Research and Outlook on European Energy Interconnection

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In order to promote the development of the GEI, the Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization (GEIDCO) has undertaken systematic researches on energy interconnection schemes at world, continent, key region and country levels since 2016. The researches have included extensive and comprehensive analysis of data and information of the global economy, society, energy, power, climate and environment, with reference from relevant strategic development plans and policies of various governments, as well as research findings from international organizations, research institutions and enterprises, according to which, advanced models, methods and tools have been applied to conduct study and outlook on the visions, paths, and key issues related to the development of the GEI. A series of research results on the GEI and Energy Interconnection of all continents have been achieved. For the first time, systematic and innovative solutions and top-level designs for global energy and power transition and clean and low-carbon development have been proposed within these research series. They have filled in the gaps within the global energy and power research field and could provide strategic guidelines for the GEI development and Energy Interconnection of all continents, key regions and countries, thus make critical contribution to accelerating green energy transition, addressing climate change and realizing sustainable human development.
Table of Contents
Study Region

1 Devvelopment in Europe
1.1 Economy and Society
1.1.1 Macro Economy
1.1.2 Humanity and Society
1.1.3 Regional Cooperation
1.1.4 Development Strategy
1.2 Resources and Environment
1.2.1 Natural Resources
1.2.2 Ecological Environment
1.3 Energy and Power
1.3.1 Energy Development
1.3.2 Electric Power Development
1.3.3 Market Status

2 Challenge and Ideas of Sustainable Development
2.1 Development Challenges
2.2 Development Ideas
2.2.1 Development Concept of Global Energy Interconnection
2.2.2 European Energy Interconnection Promoting Sustainable Development in Europe
2.3 Development Priorities

3 Energy and Power Development Trends
3.1 Energy Demand
3.1.1 Overall Development
3.1.2 Energy Demand Outlook
3.2 Power Demand
3.2.1 Overall Development
3.2.2 Power Demand Outlook
3.3 Power Supply
3.3.1 Overall Development
3.3.2 Power Supply Outlook
3.4 Electricity-Carbon Trading
3.4.1 Overall Development
3.4.2 Outlook of Electricity-Carbon Market

4 Development Layout of Clean Energy Resources
5 Power Grid Interconnection
6 Comprehensive Benefits
7 Development Outlook of Achieving 1.5 ℃ Temperature Control Target

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Europe is an economically and socially developed region and is at the forefront of the global drive to promote clean energy development, address climate change and drive regional integration. The European Union (EU), along with European countries, have formulated a series of strategic targets and policy measures for energy transition, which are fundamental to secure, clean and efficient energy supply, as well as to building a united, stable, open and prosperous Europe. Europe recognizes the importance of clean, low-carbon and efficient development to its target of achieving harmonious and sustainable development of economy and society, resources and environment, and mankind and nature in Europe. The differences in population, economic growth and industrial development, technological innovation and constraints of climate and environment should be taken into consideration, as well as differences between regions and countries in terms of resources and development stage. Greater effort must be expended on the electrification and the development of an Electricity-Carbon Market. Europe will continuously lead the global transition in clean energy.

  To achieve sustainable development in Europe, the key is to develop clean energy, increase the proportion of electricity in final energy consumption, improve the power integration level and move forward with European Energy Interconnection. Europe needs to accelerate clean energy development within the region and the import of clean energy to realize safe, clean and efficient energy supply. Europe needs to improve electrification, build an electricity-centered energy structure, and establish an electricity-carbon trading mechanism to set a good example for global energy transition and climate governance to the world. Europe needs to build a platform for cooperation on energy and power between Europe and its surrounding regions, realizing large-scale resource allocation. European Energy Interconnection is clean, low-carbon, efficient, which promotes multi-energy complementarity and regional co-construction and sharing. This will help drive a new stage of the technological and industrial revolution and promote socio-economic development throughout Europe.
Research and Outlook on European Energy Interconnection