Interview  |  16 July 2012

Interview: Arne Mogren, Programme Director Power of the European Climate Foundation

"Everyone agrees on where we need to be in 2050, but not on how to get there"

By Sonja van Renssen

A more flexible Emission Trading Scheme (ETS), harmonised support schemes for renewable energy technologies, and much stronger EU coordination of the development of the transmission grids - that's the policy cocktail Europe needs to achieve its decarbonisation goals, says Arne Mogren, Director of the Power Programme of the European Climate Foundation (ECF) in a wide-ranging interview with EER. According to Mogren, a key official in this highly influential NGO, "everyone agrees on where we need to be in 2050", but it's not clear at all what the next steps must be. He sees tremendous opportunities for the power sector. The only problem is that these opportunities are "policy-driven" , so "you need to trust the policies".

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