A scenario for policy process and future policies in the EU in the fields of energy generation and transport concerning energy

Kruijsen, Willibrord L. (2007) A scenario for policy process and future policies in the EU in the fields of energy generation and transport concerning energy.

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Abstract:This research has intended to answer the next question “What will be the new EU policy and the subsequent incentives to achieve the goals set in the field of energy generation and transport concerning energy?” This research developed and applied two models for explaining the European Union policy process and procedure. These models make a distinction between the different levels of playing fields in the EU and the different roles of the EU institution. Data has been collected by means of interviews with members of the European commission, European parliament, different stakeholder, and by means of secondary sources. The major findings of this thesis are that (1) the EU will make policy to ensure a better working emission trading scheme by means of new EU policies and legislation., (2) the EU intents to promote and stimulate new energy technology for generation of energy and for transport and is developing new incentive based support schemes for this purpose the usage of new techniques will be on the short notice strongly promoted with positive incentives. However, in the long run they will be replaced by negative incentives. Third, the EU will focus more on R&D and bottlenecks.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Clients:
PNO Consultants
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:88 social and public administration
Programme:European Studies MSc (69303)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/58158
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