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Europe’s evolving energy market needs to focus on effective mapping

The rapid scale of change in Europe's energy market poses complex challenges for regulators, policy makers, producers and consumers. The advance of renewable energy asks questions of what the right back-up power system would look like. And in many markets, said Norbert Schwieters, Global Energy, Utilities and Mining Leader, PWC, chair of the panel session on European electricity market harmonisation and the role of market designs yesterday, cleaner fuels has yet to make inroads. "In Germany, coal is the fuel of choice in the fossil fuel area, not natural gas." By 2030, Europe will have 50 percent of its power market from renewable energies, forecast Patrick Graichen, Executive Director at G

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