Today’s political willingness to achieve more ambitious GHG emissions reduction targets by 2030, through legislative tools...
This report considers the challenges that arise in remedying ‘intermediation bias’ by vertically integrated digital platforms...
This report provides a timely contribution on how to successfully complete and manage the roll-out of electric vehicles in Europe. It presents case studies of three countries: Norway and the Netherlands – where market penetration of electric vehicles is comparatively high – as well as Luxembourg, an interesting case from a regulatory perspective.
This is a wide-ranging dossier on Europe’s energy regulation towards 2024 for the new European Parliament and Commission.
This is a wide-ranging dossier on Europe’s mobility regulation towards 2024 for the new European Parliament and Commission.
This is a wide-ranging dossier on Europe’s regulation of the digital, telecom and media sectors towards 2024....
A wide-ranging dossier on the regulation of Europe’s energy, digital, media and mobility industries towards 2024. Renowned academics from around Europe have developed nearly 50 ambitions for the new European Parliament and Commission.
The report examines new mobility services and questions the role of mobility authorities in the successful development of MaaS (Mobility as a Service) and the achievement of sustainable urban mobility. The authors have also analysed the issue of the use and management of data, a crucial element in the development of new mobility services.
La mobilité comme un service, ou « MaaS », peut faciliter la transition vers une mobilité plus durable, à condition d’être encadrée par une réglementation où ces nouveaux modèles complètent, et non remplacent, l’offre en transports publics.
This study explores the economic outlook for renewable gases and hydrogen and makes proposals for an optimal regulatory framework to help unfold their potential in light of Europe’s decarbonisation objectives.