A New EU Energy Technology Policy towards 2050: Which Way to Go?

fTOPIC 9 - Semester 5 (June 2012 - DECEMBER 2012)

led by Matthias Finger


With this report, we contributed to the DG ENER 2050 Technology Policy Communication: what do we expect to need between 2020 and 2050 regarding energy technology innovation? How to go there with no regret starting from today? (The report was mentioned as one of the few relevant documents in the context of the European Commission DG Energy’s Technology and Innovation Strategy).

 

Related Links

DG-ENER-Newsletter   This outcome was mentioned in the DG ENER newsletter of 25 April 2013

Academic Publications

Sophia Ruester, Sebastian Schwenen, Matthias Finger and Jean-Michel Glachant
“A post-2020 EU energy technology policy: Revisiting the Strategic Energy Technology Plan”, Energy Policy, Volume 66, 2014, pp. 209–217

Sophia Ruester, Sebastian Schwenen, Matthias Finger and Jean-Michel Glachant
"A Post-2020 EU Energy Technology Policy: Revisiting the Strategic Energy Technology Plan", EUI Working Papers series, Florence School of Regulation, 2013/39

Sophia Ruester, Sebastian Schwenen, Matthias Finger and Jean-Michel Glachant
“A strategic energy technology policy towards 2050: No-regret strategies for European technology push”, International Journal of Energy Technology and Policy, Volume 9, Number 2, 2013, pp. 160-17

Sophia Ruester, Sebastian Schwenen, Matthias Finger and Jean-Michel Glachant
"A Strategic Energy Technology Policy towards 2050: No-regret Strategies for European Technology Push", EUI Working Papers series, Florence School of Regulation, 2013/40

Videos


Introductory video
by Sophia Ruester & Sebastian Schwenen
       Webinar on Options for a New EU Energy Technology Policy towards 2050: What Way to Go? by Sophia Ruester


 


 

Presentations

"Options for a new EU energy technology policy towards 2050: What way to go?", Sophia Ruester – Presentation at the DG ENERGY - THINK workshop, Brussels, 14 November 2012.