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October 3 2013

FEEM Re3 - "Financing the European Energy Infrastructure of the Future"



The European energy infrastructure is ageing and, in its current state, is not suited to match future demand for energy, to ensure security of supply or to support large-scale deployment of energy from renewable sources. This article by Simone Tagliapietra, FEEM and Catholic University, Milan, explores innovative tools to promote private sector financing of energy infrastructure projects.


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