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Studies

The studies are subject to a disclaimer and copyright. The studies have been carried out for the European Commission and express the opinions of the organisations having undertaken them. The views have not been adopted or in any way approved by the European Commission and should not be relied upon as a statement of the European Commission's views. The European Commission does not guarantee the accuracy of the information given in the studies, nor does it accept responsibility for any use made thereof.

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Annual report on the Commission's nuclear safeguards activities in 2014

Nuclear Energy
12/2015

Assessing the Employment and Social Impact of Energy Efficiency

Energy Efficiency
12/2015

Study on cost benefit analysis of smart metering systems in EU Member States

Markets and consumers
11/2015

Study supporting the impact assessment concerning rules on harmonised transmission tariff structures for Gas and allocation of new gas transmission capacity

Markets and consumers
10/2015

Savings and benefits of global regulations for energy efficient products - A ‘cost of non-world’ study

Energy Efficiency
10/2015

A report on the adequacy of national expert resources in each Member State for complying with the regulatory functions pursuant to the implementation of Directive 2013/30/EU

Oil, gas and coal
09/2015

The two stages of the report ' Research on Conditions and Design Parameters for Strengthening Offshore Safety Expertise in EU Member States provide an in depth analysis of the resourcing of Member States competent authorities to accord with the required regulatory functions within the Offshore Safety directive.

Stage 1
Stage 2

The role of gas storage in internal market and in ensuring security of supply

Funding, Markets and consumers
08/2015

Depending on the design and characteristics, gas storage increases the sources of supply in times of high demand (e.g. due to seasonal variation) and contributes to the functioning of the gas market by providing short term flexibility. The study provides an in-depth analysis targeting the potential of gas storage for supporting the security of gas supplies.

Study

Market Assessment of Directional Mains-Voltage Lamps related to stage 3 of Commission Regulation (EU) No 1194/2012

Energy Efficiency
07/2015

Algae Bioenergy Siting, Commercial Deployment and Development Analysis

Renewable energy
06/2015

ENER/C2/2012/421-1

Study

Energy poverty and vulnerable consumers in the energy sector across the EU: analysis of policies and measures

Markets and consumers
05/2015

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