The European Dimension of Germany’s Energy Transition

Opportunities and Conflicts

Alexandra Purkus (Hrsg.), Erik Gawel (Hrsg.), Paul Lehmann (Hrsg.), Sebastian Strunz (Hrsg.)

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Naturwissenschaften, Medizin, Informatik, Technik / Wärme-, Energie- und Kraftwerktechnik

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This book addresses the interactions between Germany’s energy transition and the EU’s energy policy framework. It seeks to analyze the manifold connections between the prospects of the proclaimed “Energy Union” and the future of Germany’s energy transition, and identifies relevant lessons for the transformation at the EU level that can be learned from the case of Germany, as a first-mover of transforming energy systems towards renewables. The various repercussions (political, economic and systemic) from the national transition are explored within the EU context as it responds to the German transition, taking into account both existing frictions and potential synergies between predominantly national sustainability policies and the EU’s push towards harmonized policies within a common market. The book’s overall aim is to identify the most critical issues, in order to avoid pitfalls and capitalize on opportunities.


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EU Commission, Support Policies for Renewables, EU State Aid Law, EU Climate and Energy Policy, Convergence, German Energy Transition, Electricity Market Integration