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How can European Union member states ensure efficient energy usage via empowered consumers? With a looming, worldwide power crisis on the horizon, this report presents strategies that will provide hope and direction to all. getAbstract recommends this eye-opening, globally applicable report to world leaders, environmentalists and all concerned citizens.

In this summary, you will learn

  • What obstacles prevent energy consumers from actively participating in Europe’s “energy transition,”
  • How empowering energy consumers and creating smart homes will contribute toward the efficient use of energy, and
  • What roles data management and consumer protection play in ensuring effective energy transition.
 

About the Author

The European Commission is the European Union’s executive body. It represents the interests of the EU as a whole.

 

Summary

Since 2005, retail energy markets have failed to keep up with the changing European energy sector. European Union (EU) citizens are currently unable to participate actively in this “energy transition.” EU consumers must become able to self-generate energy and use smart technologies to manage their energy...

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