Energy & climate

The UK energy confusion: Good policies, shame about the politics

Stephen Tindale
29 November 2013
Energy Post
To outside observers, UK energy policy must seem to be hopelessly confused and the energy sector in a mess. Actually, the problem is not so much the policies, writes Stephen Tindale, associate fellow at the Centre for European Reform.

Building a modern European Union: What's wrong and how to fix it

21 November 2013
The GMF
On Thursday, November 21, 2013, the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) hosted a roundtable discussion with Charles Grant, the founder and director of the Centre for European Reform on the current state of the European Union.

Video interview on 'Europe should regulate to promote carbon capture and storage'

Stephen Tindale
30 October 2013
Stephen Tindale discusses his latest CER policy brief 'Europe should regulate to promote carbon capture and storage'.

The European Investment Bank's new screening and assessment criteria for energy projects

Stephen Tindale, Ingrid Holmes
17 July 2013
The European Investment Bank's new screening and assessment criteria for energy projects is welcomed as a significant step forward in moving the European Union to becoming a low carbon economy while generating sustainable growth and jobs.