Is the EU failing on energy policy?

The EU’s failure to develop a successful energy policy was already a historical fact before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine magnified the scale of that failure. When the EU abruptly ‘discovered’ its dependence on Russian oil and especially Russian gas, the dénouement was just the latest in a long line of grand but often failed visions for European energy and great slowness in achieving those visions. If the EU wants finally to arrive at a coherent and logical energy policy, it needs to come out of its bunker and debate.

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