New rules on electricity market design are a key part of the Clean energy for all Europeans package.
EU rules that protect energy consumers and provide them with the freedom to select their energy supplier.
The EU sets rules on wholesale energy trading to foster competition in the energy market.
EU response to the surge in energy prices and implementing RePowerEU in the wake of the Russian invasion of Ukraine early 2022.
Smart grids and smart meters enable better management of energy networks and more efficient consumption.
Providing a long-term framework to help EU islands generate their own sustainable, low-cost energy.
Collective actions of citizens coming together to participate in the energy system, taking ownership of their energy consumption.
Capacity mechanisms are measures taken in support of medium and long term electricity supply security.
The impact of taxation on energy prices for EU industry and households.
A stronger role of the euro in energy transactions will help realise the energy union's key objectives.
Energy market progress reports describe the state of energy market integration and future steps to be taken.
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