Energy Crisis: Opportunity or threat for the EU’s energy transition? | A data driven analytical Executive Brief
This data driven analytical executive brief, aims at facilitating banks, their customers but also other stakeholders in setting their strategies and targets, as it explores how the EU’s energy transition could be impacted by the recent crises in the short term, through the lens of the latest trends in fossil fuel
consumption, while also examining possible alternatives in the long term.
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For more information:
Denisa Avermaete, Senior Policy Adviser, Financing Sustainable Growth, email@example.com
Alexia Femia, Financing Sustainable Growth Adviser, firstname.lastname@example.org
About the EBF
The European Banking Federation is the voice of the European banking sector, bringing together 32 national banking associations in Europe that together represent a significant majority of all banking assets in Europe, with 3,500 banks – large and small, wholesale and retail, local and international – while employing approximately two million people. EBF members represent banks that make available loans to the European economy in excess of €20 trillion and that reliably handle more than 400 million payment transactions per day. Launched in 1960, the EBF is committed to a single market for financial services in the European Union and to supporting policies that foster economic growth.
Enerdata is an independent research company incorporated in 1991, headquartered in Grenoble, with a subsidiary in Singapore. The company specialises in the analysis and forecasting of energy and climate issues, at different geographic (world, country or region) or business / sector levels. Leveraging its globally recognized databases, business intelligence processes and prospective models, Enerdata assists companies, investors, and public authorities across the world in designing their policies, strategies, and business plans.