The EU is building an energy union that ensures Europe's energy supply is safe, viable and accessible to all.
In doing so, it can boost the economy, attract investments that can create new job opportunities.
Fulfilling these objectives requires wiser energy use and effective measures to fight climate change. The shows progress made on bringing about a transition to a low-carbon, secure and competitive EU economy.
The fourth report shows the progress made on the Energy Union. Building on results achieved so far, the report sets out legal rules, as well as political commitments and targets for a cleaner and greener world. It takes into account evolving global environmental, economic and competitiveness challenges.
The Energy Union aims to give consumers secure, sustainable, competitive and affordable energy. It does so by overhauling European energy and climate systems and policies, putting the EU at the forefront in addressing global renewable energy and climate change.
Check the Infographic on Energy Union, dated September 2019