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DELIVERING THE EUROPEAN GREEN DEAL FOR SOUTHEAST EUROPE

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Photo by Dan Meyers on Unsplash

Photo by Dan Meyers on Unsplash

Southeast European countries start from a different point in the transition to the European Green Deal. They face systemic challenges both in their energy markets and in implementing the EU’s energy acquis – issues could be addressed through a more regionally focused approach, argue the authors.

 

This report looks at three countries in the region that have been sometimes seen as reluctant to embrace this transition: Bulgaria, Greece and Romania. The analysis considers the status of their wholesale and retail markets; interconnectivity and market coupling; the independence of national regulatory authorities, and the obstacles to the adopting the energy acquis.

 

Download the report here