A Partnership of unequals – Electricity exports from the eastern neighbourhood and western Balkans
Study | 7 June 2012
Cooperation in the energy sector is one of the European Union’s key priorities in its relationships with neighbouring states. Although the promotion of energy efficiency, energy savings and the use of renewable energy sources should be the primary areas of cooperation along with “energy security”, the latter receives the lion’s share of attention and in several cases also a disproportionally large amount of financial support. This can have several negative environmental and social implications as this study shows.
Theme: Energy & climate
Location: Ukraine | Georgia | Montenegro | Bosnia and Herzegovina | Croatia | Albania
Project: Hydropower development in Georgia | Khudoni hydropower plant, Georgia | Zombie reactors in Ukraine
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