European energy group works to reduce reliance on Russia

Croatia is a founder member of the European Energy Community
Croatia is a founder member of the European Energy Community

The European Union and nations on its eastern borders are working together to ensure uninterrupted, affordable energy supplies in the fragmented markets of south eastern Europe and the western Balkan States. The planned Southern Gas Corridor, bringing supplies from the Caspian Sea, will help them reduce dependence on resources from Russia, which uses state-controlled Gazprom as a political instrument,

<i>Croatia is one of the founders and active supporters of the European Energy Community, established in 2005 to promote a common legal and regulatory framework for the national energy markets in the region and overcome their fragmentation and limited territorial space. Implemen...

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