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EU Energy Policy & the Energy Union: achieving a level European playing field and economies of scale through a common, liberalized and integrated market

In February 2015, the European Commission announced its proposal for the creation of an Energy Union built on the five dimensions of: energy security, solidarity, and trust; a fully integrated European energy market; energy efficiency; decarbonization; and research, innovation, and competitiveness. BDI supports this development and these fundamental aims, and looks forward to concrete action in 2016, which has been labeled the ‘Year of Delivery’ by EU Vice President Maros Sefcovic.

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