Institutions, Policies and Challenges
Edited by Normann Witzleb, Alfonso Martínez Arranz and Pascaline Winand Winand
Chapter 10: The European Union’s energy policy: two-track development
AbstractThis chapter analyses the evolution of energy policy in the European Union (EU), contrasting its internal and external dimensions. Whilst significant integration and harmonization have occurred within the internal energy market, the same cannot be said of the external dimensions of the EU’s energy policy. In particular, the divergent interests and policy stances of Member States and the lack of a clear legal mandate have inhibited the capacity of the EU to develop and implement a fully-formed and functioning external energy policy.
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