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EnergySource Aug 31, 2023
A Three Seas Chamber of Commerce could enhance energy diversification across Central and Eastern Europe
By Olga Khakova, Paddy Ryan, and Bailee Mathews
The Three Seas Initiative (3SI) Summit in Bucharest takes place next week. To catalyze investment and diversify away from Russian energy, the summit should establish a Three Seas Chamber of Commerce, capable of sustaining progress and unleashing the region’s full potential.
Issue Brief Aug 2, 2023
Transforming Ukraine into a European energy hub
By Richard L. Morningstar, András Simonyi, Olga Khakova, Paddy Ryan
In this issue brief, Global Energy Center experts explore the potential for Ukraine’s energy sector to strengthen European energy security and decarbonization objectives. The brief explores how Ukraine can reform its energy sector to attract investment and create new revenue streams, and how transatlantic partners in government and the private sector can support Ukraine’s clean energy transformation.
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