The Energy Union : A New Start?

Tuesday 17 March, 2015

On 25 February 2015, the new European Commission published its most ambitious and comprehensive policy Strategy to date. With the Energy Union Strategy, the Juncker Commission has managed to integrate energy, climate and other related policies into a truly comprehensive approach. Serving as the basis for future proposals on infrastructure, transport, energy efficiency or R&D, the follow up to the Energy Union Strategy will determine Europe’s main policy goals for the coming years.

Read Weber Shandwick’s thought piece to understand what is new in the Strategy as well as the dynamics to be expected from the renewed EU Commission!