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Barriers to Trans-Mediterranean Trade in Solar Energy and What the European Commission Can do to Lower Them Dubai Initiative – Student Research

By Antoine Artiganave and Lukas StreiffThinking About Tomorrow, Antoine Artiganave and Lukas StreiffAntoine Artiganave and Lukas Streiff

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We would like to thank the Harvard Kennedy School and the European Commission for their interest in the topic of trans-Mediterranean cooperation on renewable energy, which led to this policy analysis. In particular, we cordially thank Peter Vis, Head of Cabinet of the European Commissioner for Climate Action Connie Hedegaard, and Ms. Eva Gerhards, Personal Assistant to the European Commissioner for Energy Günther Oettinger, for their dedication and personal availability as co-clients of this study. The Dubai Initiative of the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard University made our research in North Africa and Europe possible. Thank you for the generous support and for selecting this policy analysis for publication in the Dubai Initiative working paper series. Our sincere gratitude goes to our advisors, Professor Meghan O’Sullivan, Professor Monica Toft, and Professor Stephen Peterson, for their rich feedback, encouragement, and constant engagement with our project. Many thanks also to Professor Robert Stavins of the Harvard Kennedy School and Tim Rusche of the European Commission for their precious advice and support. We are grateful to the many individuals who agreed to interviews over the course of this project and who openly shared their expertise and insights with us. Finally, special thanks are due to Dieter Uh of Germany’s Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit i

Year: 2013
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