The winter edition of FEDARENE Info is here. With a focus on energy security of Europe, you will read about what regions and energy agencies can do to address the energy security challenge and how this problem affects the European economy and foreign relations.
Energy demand in Europe significantly surpasses its fossil fuel reserves and the EU is highly dependent on energy from outside the Union, importing 53% of all the energy it consumes. This leads to tackling various types of conflicts influencing secure fuel supply and prices. In order to minimize this issue, several measures have been implemented at the European Union and international levels through the European Foreign Affair and the European Economy interventions to secure a stable energy supply. Nevertheless, actions are to be taken to meet our energy demand locally with the Renewable Energy Sources we have at our disposal, through a bottom-up approach:
You will find in this 41st edition of FEDARENE Info: