Energy security in the European power system towards 2030: technology and regulatory frame for the integration of the German, French and Spanish power systems
Document typeMaster thesis
Rights accessOpen Access
The electrical system in the European Union as a whole, has suffered during the last years from several threats, both from international causes as the recent crisis in Ukraine, but also from the lack of natural resources in the continent. A common energy policy in the Union is necessary to counteract these threats and to guarantee the continental energy security. This paper has the aim of offering a perspective of how three particular countries could act in the upcoming years in order to assure access to electricity in Europe, taking into account their current electric power situation and their actual policies in a frame towards year 2030.