On 13 December, in an enthusiastic press release, the European Commission welcomed the political agreement reached on the same day between the European Parliament and the European Council on the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM), better known by its Irish acronym CBAM, whose principle is to tax the carbon content
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Each month, one of our experts publishes an article describing his view on a specific topic of the constant changes taking place in the energy market, with special focus on the French market.
Plan 2050 RTE: Un aperitivo gourmet
Tras la firma del Acuerdo europeo en París en diciembre de 2019, el Gobierno francés solicitó a RTE, en ejercicio de sus atribuciones, el
RTE 2050 PLAN : A gourmet appetizer
Following the signature of the European agreement in Paris in December 2019, the French government asked RTE, in the exercise of its powers, to
China’s electricity crisis: a new global pandemic pushing energy prices to unprecedented highs
What initially appeared to be some good news eventually led to the emergence of a major energy crisis in China, a crisis which spread
Alza de los precios de la electricidad: ¿Quién tiene la culpa?
Este verano he pasado mis vacaciones en la costa en el sur de España (cosa que recomiendo). Para mi sorpresa, la segunda noticia de
Soaring electricity prices: Whose fault is it?
This summer I spent my holidays on the coast in the south of Spain (something I highly recommend). To my surprise, the second biggest
Objective: Carbon neutrality
In our last article on the carbon market we explained the different phases of the ETS since its inception in 2000. In June 2021,
El horizonte de las inversiones en energía según la AIE
La lucha contra el cambio climático se ha vuelto el eje del desarrollo del sector de la energía. El objetivo de cero emisiones en
Energy investment horizon according to the IEA
The fight against climate change has become the focus of the energy sector’s development. The objective of zero emissions by 2050 is central to
De Baseload pretio in Gallia (On the price of Baseload in France)
While discussions and speculations about the Arenh, its abolition, adaptation and replacement are in full swing, it seems relevant to us to look at