Energy policy: What are the priorities for the next Commission starting in 2019? #FHYearofChange

2019 represents the Year of Change in many sectors, including energy policy.

Specialised in environmental and energy policy, Kaja Hengstenberg talks about the many priorities for the next Commission. She outlines the different discussions that will emerge regarding the Clean Energy Package, energy taxation, gas legislation and the Governance of the Energy Union.

Unfortunately, we can’t predict how these discussions will unfold. Yet, we can confirm that the EU will seek to maintain a global role and drive the energy transition towards a global green economy.

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  • Kaja Hengstenberg

    Kaja Hengstenberg is an account executive at FleishmanHillard’s Brussels office. Specialised in energy and environmental policy, she is part of the energy and utilities team. Before FleishmanHillard, Ms. Hengstenberg worked on waste, climate and energy policy for two different consultancies. She holds a dual master’s...

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