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The global energy transition is only going one way. But Europe, spiritual home to renewables and a near-500GW power-plant base, is facing fundamental existential questions linked to investment, market design and climate change as it plots its way forward, writes Darius Snieckus

Europe’s energy future in the crucible

The global energy transition is only going one way. But Europe, spiritual home to renewables and a near-500GW power-plant base, is facing fundamental existential questions linked to investment, market design and climate change as it plots its way forward, writes Darius Snieckus

The global energy transition is only going one way. But Europe, spiritual home to renewables and a near-500GW power-plant base, is facing fundamental existential questions linked to investment, market design and climate change as it plots its way forward, writes Darius Snieckus