Russia’s unwavering belligerence leaves the EU with no other choice than to make plans to render Europe independent from Russian fossil fuels and reconsider its energy options. This is easier said than done for the bloc, as Russia is, to this day, the EU’s main supplier of oil, natural gas and coal.
In an online event that took place on 24 March, EU getting rid of Russian energy addiction. When, how?, organised jointly by Bruegel and the Florence School of Regulation – Energy, Jean Pisani-Ferry, Ilaria Conti, Georg Zachmann, Jean-Michel Glachant, Alex Stubb and Andris Piebalgs reflected on the steps that the EU can take now to redefine its energy future.
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