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From Economic to Energy Transition

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This book examines energy transition issues within the Central and Eastern European (CEE) region. The European Union is aiming for an almost complete decarbonization of its energy sector by 2050. However, the path towards a carbon-free economy is full of challenges that must be solved by individual EU members. Across 18 chapters, leading researchers explore challenges related to energy transition and analyse individual EU members from Central and Eastern Europe, as well as the region as a whole. To further explore this complex issue, the volume also includes several countries from South East Europe in its analysis. As perspective members, these countries will be important contributors to the EU's mid- and long-term climate and energy goals. The focus on a variety of issues connected to energy transition and systematic analyses of the different CEE countries make it an ideal reference for anyone with a general interest in the region or European energy transition. It will also be a useful resource for students looking for an accessible overview of the field.




Matúš Mišík is Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science at Comenius University in Bratislava. His main research interests include energy security in the EU and the role of perception within EU decision-making mechanisms. He is the author of External Energy Security in the European Union (2019) and has published articles in major energy policy journals.

 Veronika Oravcová is Research Assistant at the Department of Political Science at Comenius University in Bratislava and Research Fellow at the Slovak Foreign Policy Association. Her research interests are centered on energy transition and energy security in Central and Eastern Europe. 




Auteur

Matú Miík is Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science at Comenius University in Bratislava. His main research interests include energy security in the EU and the role of perception within EU decision-making mechanisms. He is the author of External Energy Security in the European Union (2019) and has published articles in major energy policy journals.

Veronika Oravcová is Research Assistant at the Department of Political Science at Comenius University in Bratislava and Research Fellow at the Slovak Foreign Policy Association. Her research interests are centered on energy transition and energy security in Central and Eastern Europe.





Contenu
Introduction Energy transition: Central and Eastern European perspectiveMatú Miík and Veronika Oravcová

SECTION I. ENERGY CHALLENGES IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
1. Repeating what happened 50 years ago András Deák and John Szabó
2. Tunnel with No Light: The Entrapment and 'Exit' of CEE Energy Transition Pengfei Hou
3. Public attitudes to sustainable energy transitions in the Visegrad four: historical legacy & emerging trends Izabela Surwillo 4. Russian energy challenges in the CEE: structural changes in the Baltics and their reflection in Russian foreign and energy policy Tomá Vlek and Martin Jiruek
5. A framework for Energy transition in the Baltic Sea region: an overview of socio-political and legal gaps Farid Karimi and Michael Rodi
SECTION II. DIFFERENT PATHS TO ENERGY TRANSITION
6. Pathways for a low-carbon electricity system: The case of Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria and Lithuania Csaba Weiner
7. Slovenia: on a path towards carbon neutrality? Danijel Crnec
8. Energy transformation in Lithuania: aiming for the grand changes Tomas Janelinas
9. Energy Transition in CEE region the case of Hungary László Szegedi
10. The (US) Gas and the V4 Energy Transition Andrea Figulová and Donald Wertlen SECTION III. GOVERNANCE AND SOCIAL DIMENSION OF ENERGY TRANSITION
11. The energy transition in Central and Eastern Europe: social impact Armando Alvares Garcia Júnior
12. Integrating gender into energy policy design: the Bulgarian approach Mariëlle Feenstra
13. Energy Governance in Poland's electricity sector: Path dependence, state policy adjustments, and challenges for sustainability Maksymilian Zoll

SECTION IV. VIEW FROM THE NEIGHBOURHOOD
14. The Role of Caspian Gas in the Energy Transition of the South East Europe Elkhan Richard Sadik Zada and Andrea Gatto
15. Transition to renewable energy in Serbia integration with or without membership amidst inconsistent implementation of the EU standards Marko Milenkovi and Milica Pesteri
16. Renewables drivers and barriers in Croatia and Serbia Jasminka Oliveric Young
17. When the climate change is the main challenge: Energy transition in Albania Agata Beata Domachowska

Conclusion Many faces of energy transitionMatú Miík and Veronika Oravcová

Informations sur le produit

Titre: From Economic to Energy Transition
Sous-titre: Three Decades of Transitions in Central and Eastern Europe
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Code EAN: 9783030550851
Protection contre la copie numérique: Adobe DRM
Format: eBook (pdf)
Producteur: Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Autres
nombre de pages: 607
Parution: 28.09.2020
Taille de fichier: 9.7 MB