The Commission and the European External Action Service presented a new strategy for an EU external energy engagement in May 2022, as part of the REPowerEU package.
The Commission’s strategic long-term vision for a prosperous, modern, competitive and climate-neutral economy by 2050.
The energy union will help to provide secure, affordable and clean energy for EU citizens and businesses.
The package, adopted in 2019, will help to decarbonise EU’s energy system in line with the European Green Deal objectives.
In order to meet the EU’s new energy and climate targets for 2030, Member States are required to establish a 10-year NECP for the period from 2021 to 2030.
Promoting equality and inclusion in the energy sector, from energy professionals and decision-makers to consumers.
EUSEW is the biggest event in Europe on renewables and energy efficiency, bringing together policymakers, industries and citizens.
Gathering key clean energy players to promote and strengthen cooperation on sustainable, secure and smart energy solutions.
Energy strategies adopted 2010-2014, laying the ground for current EU energy law and initiatives.
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