According to the Lisbon Treaty, EU energy policy will "ensure the functioning of the energy market", "ensure security of energy supply in the Union", "promote the interconnection of energy networks" and "promote energy efficiency and energy saving, and the development of new and renewable forms of energy". The EU energy policy has accordingly been shaped around three major strategic pillars:

- Security of supply
- Market competitiveness
- Environment protection and climate change

More recently, the theme of industrial competitiveness emerged as a fourth pillar, out of concern for the ability of EU-based large energy consumers to withstand global competition, against the background of relatively high energy prices.


Conferinta Politicile climatice ale UE- Motor al investițiilor în România, 16 iunie, Senat

Published: 8 Iunie 2017
Workshop Regional Energy Policy Cooperation in South-East Europe

Published: 2016-01-25 15:32:30
On the Energy Union Package

Published: 2016-01-25 14:24:47
By: Radu Dudau
Historic deal in Brussels: EU decides the future of its carbon market

Published: 2016-01-25 10:13:46
By: Sonja van Renssen
The European Union between climate change and economic pressure

Published: 2016-01-25 10:08:00
By: Anca Elena Mihalache
Riscul celui de-al 3-lea razboi al gazelor intre Rusia si Ucraina si coerenta raspunsului european

Published: 2016-01-24 23:03:04
By: Radu Dudau
The Moment of Truth: Securing the Internal Energy Market - Points of discussion with Prof. Giacomo Luciani

Published: 2016-01-24 23:01:15
Sanctiunile occidentale si sentintele arbitrale impotriva Rusiei

Published: 2016-01-24 22:55:35
By: Radu Dudau
South Stream's Cancellation: The End of a Saga

Published: 2016-01-24 22:54:34
By: Radu Dudau
Europa si optiunea iraniana a gazelor

Published: 2016-01-24 22:53:25
By: Laurentiu Pachiu