As tough global negotiations on a new climate pact kick off in Copenhagen, a key item on the policy agenda is how energy can drive the transition to a sustainable low-carbon economy.
Low-carbon energy is an area where Europe has been seeking to take the lead. Outlining a pre-Copenhagen progress report in November, Pierre Dechamps, adviser for energy and climate change at the Bureau of European Policy Advisers to the President of the European Commission, praised the EU’s achievements so far but did not deny the size of the challenge.
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