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Buckle up: the impact of the Fit for 55 package for industry

Energy & Commodities

Tom White
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Three weeks after its release, industry stakeholders and policy makers are reacting to the European Commission's Fit for 55 Package. The set of proposals consists of twelve highly interlinked measures across emissions pricing, transport and energy.

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How the Fit for 55 package will impact the energy sector

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Tom White
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Two weeks after its release, industry stakeholders and policy makers have started reacting to the commission's Fit for 55 Package. The set of proposals consists of twelve highly interlinked measures across emissions pricing, transport and energy.

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Assessing the impact of the green transition

General Politics

Tom White
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Meaningful policy action on climate change entails costs and reforms for almost all economic activity, and at the European level we are starting to see what this means in practice. 

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Fit for 55 and the future of European energy companies

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Giorgio Corbetta
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The energy companies emerging from the flurry of legislation the European Commission will release on July 14th will be very different from the existing ones. As the energy sector is compelled to reduce its emissions to close to zero by 2050 to achieve the EU net-zero goal, the commission is using its executive power to forge a new model of energy business that better fits…

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'Stranded' assets and the EU's industrial strategy

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Elizabeth Beall
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Elizabeth Beall, Climate and Sustainability Practice Lead and Giorgio Corbetta, Energy Senior Associate, look at stranded assets and the EU's industrial strategy. They unpack why it's important, what you need to know, and what's the way forward for this important issue.

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A place for “stranded” assets in the EU’s dual transition

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Giorgio Corbetta
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As the EU’s commitment to carbon neutrality by 2050 is enshrined in law, a gap in the bloc’s policy agenda remains a realistic role for fossil-fuel related industries. Almost two decades on from the first use of the term “stranded investments” – investments, such as fossil fuel power generation or transmission, that have already been made but which, prior to the end of…

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Prospects of a transatlantic deal on energy and climate change

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Giorgio Corbetta
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Climate and energy policy will be a dominating feature of Biden’s cabinet. Decision-making will be more systematic but could also be complex given the high seniority of the (at least) seven cabinet members who will be involved in energy policy (all awaiting Senate confirmation except for John Kerry and Gina McCarthy). Former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm, as Energy…

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