The European Commission last week presented its European Industrial Strategy that aims to drive Europe’s competitiveness through its twin transitions towards climate neutrality and digital leadership.
The Strategy recognises that all carriers of energy, including electricity, gas and liquid fuels will need to be used more effectively by linking different sectors.
It emphasises the role of trans-European energy networks to support the transition to climate neutrality.
“An integrated sector coupling approach would facilitate the development of the energy system as it would capture the value generated by the gas infrastructures,” said Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE) Secretary General Boyana Achovski.
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