Decarbonization in the European Union: Internal Policies and by Claire Dupont, Sebastian Oberthür (eds.)

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They consider three scenarios for the future development of EU–Norway relations including one in which the EU does realize its decarbonization aspiration bolstered by strong international climate cooperation. Only in this case, the authors find it likely that Norway’s petroleum interests would be seriously challenged. EU decarbonization would thus pose the challenge of replacing petroleum trade with something else in the bilateral relationship. Both renewable energy and electricity trade, with Norway acting as a ‘green battery’ for the EU storing excess intermittent renewable energy production, provide interesting avenues, but currently do not seem to have the potential of an equivalent replacement.

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Thus, the integration of climate and energy market policy at EU level is not matched by sufficient integration of RE policies and social policy measures to address the regulatory, technological and social challenges of the energy transition process. 3. Explaining the insufficient integration of decarbonization objectives To explain the insufficient consideration of decarbonization in the EU’s internal energy market policy development, I discuss each of the four variables outlined in Chapter 1: functional overlap, political commitment, societal backing and institutional set-up.

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