Global energy transition stories from World Economic Forum

The EU unveils plans to boost its shift to green energy. East Asia is on track to remain the world's top wind power production region. And more energy stories from around the world.

CRE Publication on Re-thinking the design of power markets

On the occasion of the 2022 CRE France Symposium "Beyond the Crisis" a report was published on the issues of the European electricity market reform.

Planned EU electricity market reform and its implications for the Polish power market

On March 7, 2023 the draft of the European Commission’s Market Design proposal started being circulated. It highlights amendments to the electricity market and renewable energy sources framework that are aimed at improving resilience to energy price shocks and competitiveness of businesses and industry, and securing social welfare through affordable electricity.

New EU energy efficiency directive sets 11.7% reduction target by 2030

EU lawmakers have agreed to increase the ambition of the bloc’s energy efficiency directive, making energy savings of 11.7% by 2030 mandatory in a bid to further the bloc’s climate and energy independence goals.

Global energy transition stories from World Economic Forum

Top energy news: China accelerates wind power capacity; Latin America looks to solar; Kenya deploys renewable mini-grids in remote areas.

China’s energy transition sees ‘staggering’ progress on renewables — and a coal power boom

China is recognized as the undisputable global leader in renewable energy expansion, adding new projects to the grid almost as fast as the rest of the world combined last year. A massive wave of permits for new coal-fired capacity poses a significant challenge to the country’s climate goals, with Beijing seen as “the glaring exception to the ongoing global decline in coal plant development.”

E-mobility deployment and its impact on European transmission and distribution grids

The energy and transport sectors will face important challenges in the next years as decarbonisation and pollution reductions are no longer optional

EU rewrites climate diplomacy deal to resolve nuclear sticking point

European Union countries intend to push for a global phasing out of fossil fuels among their climate diplomacy priorities this year, which the bloc hopes to approve this week after rewriting a contentious section on nuclear energy.

ERRA Research Paper: Hydrogen – A Regulatory Approach

The paper discusses production classification, hydrogen roll-out strategies with case studies, principles and challenges of H2 regulation.