Autors: Chankov G. G., Hinov, N. L.
Title: The energy strategy and energy policy of the european union
Keywords: Common energy policy; Electricity market; Energy efficiency; Energy strategy; European Commission; Nuclear energy, neoliberal model; Protectionism; “Green Deal”

Abstract: Energy integration is considered to play a key role in the successful development of the European Union. It is assumed that purely market-based mechanisms in this sector, according to the neo-liberal model, can secure a constant supply at low prices. This is the basis of the Union’s energy policy, launched by the European Commission (EC). The main goal of this paper is to examine the adequacy of this model and the extent to which the energy policy succeeds in achieving its objectives. There is a difficult combination of technological, economic and political factors expressed in the Union’s energy mix. In particular, the document examines the gap between neo-liberal free-market postulates and the practices of modern protectionism, assessing the sustainability of the EU’s energy strategy and policy, which often avoid taking efficiency into account. Significant attention is paid to the link between energy and national security, as well as the politically justified intervention.

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    Ikonomicheski Izsledvania, 2021, Bulgaria, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

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