Energy & climate

EU doet er goed aan om de relatie met Turkije op peil te houden

Rem Korteweg
16 December 2014
Rem Korteweg: "Erdogan wil van Turkije een strategische gashub maken".

Video interview on 'What should an energy union cover?'

Nick Butler
11 December 2014
With Nick Butler, visiting professor and chair of the King's Policy Institute at King's College London.

Video interview on international climate negotations

Simon Henry
21 November 2014
Stephen Tindale interviews Simon Henry, chief financial officer of Shell on what his company would like to see agreed in Paris next year.
Stephen Tindale's recent policy brief 'International climate negotiations should focus on money, not targets' can be read here.

Finnish Prime Minister calls for ‘more Europe’ on energy and climate policy

Stephen Tindale
09 October 2014
British Influence
Yesterday the CER hosted a speech by Finnish Prime Minister Alexander Stubb on “Smart and cost-effective energy and climate policy”. It was clear from his remarks and the tone of delivery that he strongly wants the UK to remain in the EU.

Could Donald Tusk use EU top job for anti-climate agenda?

Stephen Tindale
29 August 2014
Responding to Climate Change (RTCC)
Despite his pro-coal domestic agenda, Polish PM might not be a bad choice for European Council president.

Let's start a European tidal lagoon industry

Stephen Tindale
26 August 2014
Energy Post
A unique, £1 billion plan to build the world’s first tidal lagoon in Swansea Bay in Wales has won strong local support. Stephen Tindale, who is involved in the project, argues that the EU should support it and help create a new European tidal lagoon industry.

"El sector nuclear argentino tiene un impresionante historial económico, medioambiental y de seguridad"

Stephen Tindale
15 August 2014
Observatorio de la Energía Tecnología e Infraestructura para el Desarrollo
Varios países, incluidos los Estados Unidos, China, India, Rusia y algunos países europeos como Francia, Hungría, Polonia y el Reino Unido, están planeando la construcción de nuevas centrales nucleares.

Brussels is needed to clean up Britain’s air

Stephen Tindale
06 August 2014
The ENDS Report
European co-operation is necessary to improve air quality. Pollution does not stop at national frontiers. And setting environmental standards at national level would undermine the single market.

Time for Labour to lead on clean air

Stephen Tindale
11 July 2014
Fabian Society
Air pollution kills 29,000 people every year in the UK, according to Public Health England. So clean air ought to be a political priority. But it isn’t.
Fortunately, those nasty Brussels bureaucrats are trying to protect public health. In December 2013 the European Commission proposed stricter air quality standards, based...

Pour une mise à jour du récit européen

Stephen Tindale
14 May 2014
Le Temps
Stephen Tindale, membre du Centre for European Reform basé à Londres, un think tank pro-européen mais critique, donne des pistes pour redonner du souffle au projet européen, miné par la crise et la perte de confiance

Clean up act

Stephen Tindale
14 May 2014
The Economist Intelligence Unit
All clean energy sources are needed to limit global warming, argues Stephen Tindale, associate fellow at the Centre for European Reform.

Why is the coalition keeping the coal fires burning?

Stephen Tindale
25 February 2014
Green Alliance
In the 20th century, the British political party which supported the coal industry was Labour. The relationship between the Tories and the miners was confrontational.

Response to DG competition consultation - Draft guidelines on environmental and energy aid for 2014-2020

Stephen Tindale
14 February 2014
The Centre for European Reform is a think-tank based in London, working on economics, foreign policy, energy and JHA. We are pro-European, though not uncritical.

State aid rules are important for the single market, which needs to be deepened in energy. But the single market is not the...