Clean Energy Package in the European Parliament – A Weber Shandwick Guide

Thursday 27 April, 2017

In November 2016, the European Commission released its Clean Energy For All Package, containing 13 legislative proposals and legal acts extending the 2020 energy and climate framework, reforming the EU electricity sector, and proposing new rules to ensure good governance. Now it is up to the European Parliament and the Council of the EU to weigh in on the Commission’s proposals. 2017 therefore looks set to be the year of implementation for the Energy Union. This guide outlines how the Clean Energy Package will likely be shaped in the European Parliament in the coming months – we hope it proves useful for your advocacy efforts.