The climate crisis, combined with the European energy crisis, make investments and research in energy efficiency more important than ever.
An increased amount of unregulated renewable energy sources has allowed for more direct consumer participation. This, in turn, results in active consumers taking part in local energy markets.
Read SUPEERA’s brief about the EU’s transition away from fossil fuels in the context of the Ukraine war.
To succeed in implementing CCS at the scale needed to combat climate change, there needs to be a deep understanding of the related regulatory framework and its implications for CCS oversight. Fiscal metering impacts the entirety of the CCS value chain, and is critical for building trust and ensuring successful CO2 transactions between different parties.