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Mapping the European Union’s Renewable Energy Transition Amidst the Russo-Ukrainian War

Author(s) Naman Raina, Brig. Anand Kumar Tewari
Country India
Abstract This research paper delves into the complex interplay between the European Union's (EU) ambitious renewable energy transition and the geopolitical backdrop of the Russo-Ukrainian War. Against the backdrop of evolving global energy dynamics and the EU's commitment to sustainability, the study aims to elucidate how the conflict has shaped and influenced the EU's pursuit of renewable energy sources. The Russo-Ukrainian War, marked by geopolitical tensions and energy security concerns, has prompted the EU to reassess its energy landscape. The paper employs a multi-faceted approach, combining geopolitical analysis, policy evaluation, and energy infrastructure mapping to understand how the conflict has impacted the EU's renewable energy strategies. It scrutinises the policy shifts, regulatory frameworks, and investment patterns in the renewable energy sector within the EU member states. Furthermore, the research investigates the role of energy diplomacy and the EU's efforts to diversify its energy sources in response to the geopolitical instability stemming from the conflict. It explores the challenges and opportunities presented by the war, such as the urgency for energy independence and the need for cohesive cross-border collaboration. By employing data-driven analyses and case studies, this paper contributes to the broader discourse on the intersection of geopolitics and renewable energy transitions. It offers insights into the dynamic relationship between regional conflicts and the imperative for sustainable energy practices, providing policymakers, scholars, and industry stakeholders with valuable perspectives on navigating the intricate landscape of renewable energy transitions in the midst of geopolitical uncertainties.
Keywords European Union, Renewable Energy Transition, Geopolitics, Russo-Ukrainian War, Energy Security
Field Sociology > Politics
Published In Volume 6, Issue 3, May-June 2024
Published On 2024-05-07
Cite This Mapping the European Union’s Renewable Energy Transition Amidst the Russo-Ukrainian War - Naman Raina, Brig. Anand Kumar Tewari - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 3, May-June 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i03.19712
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