Our guest this week is Kristian Ruby, secretary-general of Eurelectric, to discuss what role the energy market can play in shutting off Russian influence, what that means for energy consumers across Europe and the energy transition
The fallout from Russia’s unprovoked and unjustified invasion of Ukraine will be felt for many years to come across all areas of society.
While the questions over Europe’s dependency on Russian oil and gas—and whether it has been a millstone around the neck of the energy transition—have been around for many years, there is now new political momentum to shut off the supply and end this dependency.
Can Europe go it alone and what does it mean for the shift to a decarbonised economy – and the economy in general?
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