In 2014 Juncker presented his vision on the European Energy policy, whereas we need to pool our resources, combine our infrastructures and unite our negotiation power with third countries. He established 4 pillars for an Energy Union: creating an Energy Union by pooling resources and connecting networks; diversifying energy sources; helping Member States becoming less dependent on energy imports; and significant enhancement of energy efficiency.
As is known, the emergence of the European Coal and Steel Community can be seen as the first attempts to establish a European energy policy. This was further enhanced by the Treaties of Rome, which established …read more
Source: European Public Affairs