The European Union (EU) energy policy focuses on achieving a balance between three main pillars: increase the security of supply, reduce the impact of climate change, and improve economic competitiveness. To accomplish these objectives, the EU has been creating competitive conditions that internalize environmental externalities, and it has also actively promoted renewable energy.
Palabras clave: Biomass; Coal; Electricity supply indutry; Energy consumption; Europe; Global warming; Government policies; Power grid; Power grids
IEEE Power and Energy Magazine. Volumen: 13 Numero: 4 Páginas: 29-40
Índice de impacto JCR y cuartil Scopus: JCR impact factor: 1.451 (2015); 4.800 (2018).
Referencia DOI: 10.1109/MPE.2015.2416111
Publicado en papel: Julio 2015. Publicado on-line: Junio 2015.
J.P. Chaves, K. Würzburg, T. Gómez, P. Linares. The green impact: how renewable sources are changing EU electricity prices. IEEE Power and Energy Magazine. vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 29-40, Julio 2015. [Online: Junio 2015]