The REMAP project analyzes EU Energy Union Reform and impacts on Norway's energy policy strategy.

The main research question is: How are reformed IEM/renewable energy policies likely to affect Norway’s ability to pursue its market- and trade-based energy policy strategy?

In line with this main objective for the project, three main research tasks will be conducted in parallel workstreams in the project:

  • Assess and explain the output of the IEM/renewable energy reform policies in the Clean Energy for all Europeans package, based on policy and market feedback.
  • Assess and explain energy-policy developments in selected EU member states in response to the Clean Energy for all Europeans package.
  • Analyse how the reform will impact Norway’s energy strategy.


The project offers new approaches to explaining EU energy-policy reform; and how this impacts national policies in several countries, with subsequent effects on Norway’s room for manoeuvre regarding its energy-policy strategy.

Project period: 2018-2021

 

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  • Research Council of Norway (ENERGIX programme)
  • Norwegian Energy and Water Directorate (NVE)
  • Statnett
  • Energy Norway
  • Agder Energi
  • The Norwegian Oil and Gas Association
  • NorthConnect

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