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"Clean Energy for all Europeans" Package: Implications and Opportunities for the Mediterranean
Aug 12, 2019 / Library
In this briefing on the legislative package "Clean Energy for all Europeans" - CE4ALL, we explore various options for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean countries to cooperate with European Union Member States. The focus of cooperation options is in the area of deploying renewable energy sources, interconnections and electricity market...
Summit of the Two Shores: CMI and UfM Joining Forces
[Summit of the Two Shores/Forum of the Mediterranean] Promoting Human, Economic and Sustainable Development in the Region
Jun 20, 2019 / Program
Background & Context
The Summit of the Two Shores, an initiative of French President Emmanuel Macron took place in Marseille on 24 June 2019. Building on unprecedented consultations with Mediterranean civil society, this event aims to boost cooperation between countries in the Western Mediterranean by implementing projects that support human,...
Agenda - [Summit of the Two Shores - Regional Dialogue] Shared Views on Key Issues in the Mediterranean
[Summit of the Two Shores - Regional Dialogue] Shared Views on Key Issues in the Mediterranean
May 15, 2019 / Highlight
Civil Society and Youth’s Views for an Inclusive and Sustainable Future in the Mediterranean
In collaboration with: The Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI), the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the Anna Lindh Foundation (ALF), the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and Injuve.
Morocco, France, Germany, Portugal, and Spain Agree to Foster Corporate Trade of Renewable Electricity Between Each Other
Feb 06, 2019 / Blog entry
The 5 countries have signed on December 20, 2018 in Brussels a joint declaration that lays out their plan to facilitate cross-border trade of renewable electricity from producers to corporate consumers.
At COP 22, France, Germany, Morocco, Portugal and Spain signed the SET (Sustainable Electricity Trade) Roadmap: a declaration that would...
Proceedings - Workshop: Fiscal Reforms for Low Carbon Growth in the Mediterranean
Waleed Alsuraih, World Bank - Role of Regional Trade in Supporting scale-up RES
Kurt Van Dender, Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) - Tax Policy Aspects of Decarbonisation
Jacques Percebois, Montpellier University / CREDEN / Climate Economics Chair - La promotion des énergies renouvelables: approche méthodologique
Emanuela Menichetti, Mediterranean Energy Observatory (OME) – Support Schemes in the South and East Mediterranean Countries
Mario Mansour, International Monetary Fund (IMF)- Taxation and the Environment in MENA
Mario Ragwitz, Fraunhofer-Institute for Systems and Innovation Research (ISI) – The Evolution Toward Market Mechanisms Such As Auctions in the European Union Under the New RES Directive
Paolo Verme, World Bank - The Quest for Subsidies Reforms in the Middle East and North Africa Region (2010-2014)
Thomas Flochel, World Bank - Energy Subsidies in Mediterranean Developing Countries and their Reform
Anil Markandya, Basque Centre for Climate Change - Environmental Tax Reforms: Rationale, Benefits and Pitfalls
Gabriela Mundaca, World Bank - Energy Subsidies, Economic Growth, and CO2 Emissions
Moheb Malak, Ministry of Finance, Egypt - Fiscal Reforms for a Low Carbon Energy Transition
[Workshop] Fiscal Reforms for Low Carbon Growth in the Mediterranean
Oct 08, 2018 / Highlight
In December 2017, participants at the One Planet Summit cautioned that “we are losing the battle” on climate change and we are “nowhere near” being able to contain rising temperatures to between 1.5°C to 2°C.
Altering the trajectory of carbon emissions will require operationalizing the Paris Accord’s Nationally Determined...
[Round Table] The Mediterranean at the Forefront of the Energy Transition
May 03, 2018 / Highlight
Aimed at enabling the EU to deliver on its Paris Agreement commitments and at implementing the Energy Union, the 'Clean Energy for All Europeans' (CE4ALL) Package has three main goals: putting energy efficiency first, achieving global leadership in renewable energies and providing a fair deal for consumers. By achieving these aims, the...
EU CLEAN ENERGY FOR ALL PACKAGE AND MEDITERRANEAN ELECTRICITY MARKET INTEGRATION
Designing an Electricity Wholesale Market for Significant Renewables' Penetration: Lessons from the UK
The EU's External Investment Plan: A Game Changer to Mobilise the Private Sector for Development Cooperation - Asari Jane Efiong
Jordan's 2020 Energy Strategy - Yaacoub Marar
The Proposed Electricity Directive and Regulation: Market Design for a Low-Carbon Electricity Sector - Matti Supponen
The RE Dir Proposal: The Role of Market Mechanisms and Cross-Border Exchanges in Meeting the Targets - Mario Ragwitz
Introductory Remarks - EU CLEAN ENERGY FOR ALL PACKAGE AND MEDITERRANEAN ELECTRICITY MARKET INTEGRATION