Europe’s Energy Future

Under 2015 drev Fores tillsammans med den österrikiska tankesmedjan Neos-Lab och Friedrich Naumann-stiftelsens kontor i Sofia ett projekt kring europeisk energisäkerhet. Projektet finansierades av Fores europeiska samarbetsorganisation European Liberal Forum. Europe's energy future picture

Projektet bestod av tre workshops, en var i Stockholm, Sofia och Wien, där experter, akademiker, näringsliv och det offentliga diskuterade landets särskilda utmaningar kring energisäkerhet och hur europeiskt samarbete kan bidra till ökad energisäkerhet.

Projektet avslutades med en gemensam publikation med fyra kapitel.
1. Measuring European Security of Energy Supply
Chloé le Coq och Elena Paltseva, SITE Handelshögskolan

2. Case study: Austria
Ronald Pohoryles, ICCR Foundation

3. Case study: Bulgaria
Rumiana Decheva

4. Case Study: Sweden
Chloé le Coq,
SITE Handelshögskolan, Lovisa Källmark Fores

5. Concluding thoughts and way forward
Daniel Engström Stenson, Fores

Se även: Seminarium 5 oktober 2016:

Kontakt: Daniel Engström Stenson, klimatpolitisk analytiker, Fores

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The European Liberal Forum publication Europe’s Energy Future – How to combine energy security with reduced emissions is a report identifying  and summarizing a number of key issues that need to be elevated in the debate around European energy and climate policies.

Europe's energy future pictureThis project was motivated by the
observation that many of Europe’s long-term challenges are connected to the supply of energy. In 2015, the European Commission launched its communication on an Energy Union, highlighting five priorities, of which many are addressed in this project:

  • Supply security
  • Integrated energy market
  • Energy efficiency
  • Emissions reductions
  • Research, innovation and competitiveness

During 2015, the European Liberal Forum and its members Fores (Sweden), Neos-lab (Austria) and Friedrich Naumann Foundation Sofia (Bulgaria) organized three workshops to discuss Europe’s Energy Future. This publication is summarizing these workshops. It also contain four chapters covering the concept of energy security and providing case studies from Austria, Bulgaria and Sweden.

Download the report here