IENE's flagship publication, the "SEE Energy Outlook 2021", on track for June launching

IENE's flagship publication, the "SEE Energy Outlook 2021", on track for June launchingMost of the 16 Chapters of the Institute's major report on SE Europe's energy status, the "SEE Energy Outlook 2020/2021", have now been completed,edited and send for peer review to top experts in various European companies,organisations and academic institutions. Contributions have been received from 25 authors from all different countries In the region.

Following proof reading the first texts will be send out for page layout before the end of April. The present Outlook report is backed by several major energy companies and organisations active in the broad energy sector in SE  Europe.

The SE Europe Energy Outlook (SEEEO) is a comprehensive study which deals with the current energy situation in the SE European region but is also concerned with its “Outlook” from now until 2030, 2040 and 2050. The study covers all 15 core countries of the region, namely Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia, Cyprus, North Macedonia, Greece, Kosovo, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Hungary, Israel and Turkey. The study also deals with a number of peripheral countries, including Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Moldova, Egypt, Lebanon, Austria, Italy, Slovakia and Syria.

This is the third time that such a major study is being undertaken by IENE. The first study was published by the Institute in 2011 and the latest in 2017. The study contains substantial comparative data, detailed sectorial analysis, estimates and projections. After a compendious introduction, in which the economic and political background of SE Europe is thoroughly presented, the study examines the impact of the regional integration process on SE Europe’s energy prospects. The advent of EU’s Energy Union is also discussed and analysed in relation to its anticipated catalytic role in accelerating energy market integration in SE Europe. The study comprises four main parts: country energy surveys, regional economic and energy analysis, sectorial analysis and an energy investment outlook.

This year’s edition focuses on the decarbonization process in SEE and the challenges faced for the implementation of European Green Deal in the region. Another area of interest is the presentation and analysis of the full range of appropriate technologies available, or in the offing, that can be used in the field as the region progresses in its Energy Transition path.

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