The Energy Union is one of the ten priority work areas of the European Commission under the Presidency of Jean-Claude Juncker. The Energy Union strategy was launched in February 2015. The EESC has followed the Energy Union process closely. The Committee has produced as many as 22 opinions directly in response to the Energy Union initiative, ranging from general ones concerning the Energy Union construct to sectoral ones covering policy proposals in each of the five pillars. Given the direct impact of Energy Union policies on citizens, the EESC has welcomed this opportunity to facilitate a dialogue between the European institutions and Europe's organised civil society.
The Energy Union and the European Energy Dialogue. Position paper – April 2017
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