Chapter 9

Analysis of Future Common Strategies Between the South and East Mediterranean Area and the EU in the Energy Sector

Pantelis Capros
Panagiotis Fragkos
Nikos Kouvaritakis    Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National Technical University of Athens, Athens, Greece


Uncontestably the south and east Mediterranean (SEM) region and the European Union (EU) will mutually benefit by sharing energy resources in view of their strategic long-term aspirations. The SEM region has great potential for energy efficiency improvements and deployment of renewables which are sufficient both to cover local needs and to release hydrocarbon resources for exportation as well as to help the EU achieve the Energy Roadmap emission reduction ...

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