Friends of Europe’s 2010 Energy Summit, Europe’s energy revolution: Opportunities
and constraints highlighted the challenges that Europe faces, both internally and
Sixty years since its members first started co-operating on energy, the European
Union still lacks a common energy policy and a single energy market, said Philip Lowe,
Director General for Energy at the European Commission. Yet these two elements are
needed more than ever in the face of increasing dependence on oil and gas imports
and the need to introduce more renewable energy capacity.
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