By Claire Dupont, Sebastian Oberthür (eds.)
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Breaking free of this mould will require considerable political courage. External shocks may also move policy further. Technical solutions already exist, and more are being developed and come on stream as we write. Further technological breakthroughs may ease the transition to decarbonization. Finally, throughout the chapters, it becomes clear that integrating better long-term planning for decarbonization into policy development and external relations is required. Notes 1. com/sections/eu-priorities-2020/eu-leaders-adoptﬂexible-energy-and-climate-targets-2030-309462 for early critical comments in response to the European Council’s conclusions, date accessed 5 November 2014.
Next, I explain certain loopholes in EU energy Radostina Primova 27 market development and the limited integration of climate policy in this policy ﬁeld with the help of the four main variables introduced in Chapter 1 (functional overlap; political will; societal backing; and institutional set-up). Then, I identify some current challenges on the road to decarbonization from an energy market perspective and conclude with some possible solutions and policy recommendations to combat these challenges.