Datum der Veranstaltung: 31/10/2017
A European Energy Union will ensure that Europe has secure, affordable and climate-friendly energy.
Wiser energy use while fighting climate change is both a spur for new jobs and growth and an investment in Europe's future.
The state of the Energy Union shows progress made since the Energy Union Framework Strategy was adopted to bring about the transition to a low-carbon, secure and competitive economy.
The “Clean Energy for all Europeans” package consists of several legislative proposals and three communications on the energy market, energy efficiency, renewables, eco-design and governance of the Energy Union.
MEPs debate and vote to ensure gas pipelines from non-EU countries are covered by EU rules and to create legal clarity for operators
MEPs debate and vote on new rules to create an unhindered European market for electricity and to make it cleaner, more competitive and risk-prepared
This would apply EU rules on gas market (unbundling, independence of supervision etc.) to all gas pipelines from non-EU countires, e.g. Norway, Algeria, Libya, Tunisia, Morocco, Russia and, in future, UK.
Significant investment is needed in the energy sector to help the EU achieve its ambitious climate change targets, which were agreed as part of the Paris Agreement. The Clean Energy for all Europeans package aims to set the legal framework to make this transformation possible. Live replay will be available for this event
Debate on the measures to safeguard the security of gas supply. Report on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning measures to safeguard the security of gas supply and repealing Regulation (EU) No 994/2010 and vote Rapporteur: Jerzy Buzek (A8-0310/2016)
In the annual “State of the Energy Union” debate, Commission Vice- President Maroš Šefčovič presents progress made and next steps to complete the European Energy Union. Energy efficiency, safe supply, smart and competitive pricing for industry and citizens as well as climate commitments will be at the heart of the debate.