The European External Action Service (EEAS) works closely with Member States and the European Commission to implement an effective and coherent EU foreign policy, such as the external dimension of the Energy Union.
On February 6th, the EEAS will hold its 10th EU Energy Diplomacy Experts Group Meeting, a follow-up of the EU Energy Diplomacy Action Plan adopted on July 2015. During this meeting the Energy Diplomacy Expert Group will discuss recent updates in EU energy diplomacy, the global current situation and the implications of the energy transition.
Trinomics will present the preliminary findings of the ongoing study about energy technology dependence in Europe, carried out for the European Commission DG RTD. This is the first study that maps the import dependencies along the value chains of clean energy technologies in Europe and considers its impacts for the security of energy supply as well as the competitiveness of the European renewable energy industry. The study underlines the importance of the development of a strong EU low-carbon energy industry for reducing future energy technology dependencies.
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