While the Western countries have introduced unprecedented sanctions against Russia’s energy sector, its nuclear industry, represented by the state-owned nuclear energy monopolist Rosatom, remains an exception in the sanction policy of the EU and G7. Despite its role in seizing the occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant and virtually blackmailing Europe, Rosatom seems to be protected from the sanctions, as many countries are still dependent on the Russian nuclear industry.
Policy Paper Oleksii Romanov 03. May 2023
This policy brief gives an overview of the current state of the Ukrainian energy system and the challenges that emerged because of the war, but also the chances for the sustainable reconstruction of the energy sector. In order to modernise the economy on a sustainable basis Ukraine needs significant private investments. At the same time, the large-scale reconstruction of the energy sector offers opportunities for German and EU companies to participate in the “green” development of the Ukrainian economy.
Analysis Sergiy Petukhov 20. March 2023
Policy Paper Laure Delcour, Kataryna Wolczuk 31. January 2023
From the Media Marieluise Beck 03. August 2022
Analysis Tanja A. Börzel & Thomas Risse 13. June 2022
Press Release 04. May 2022
European values at the core of unprecedented Moldovan humanitarian efforts amidst the tragic war in Ukraine
Comment Veronika Movchan 18. October 2021
EU-Ukraine Summit 2021: What does it say about the state of EU-Ukraine relations after 7 years of the association?
The next stage of the Eastern Partnership: Priorities for the cooperation with Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova
Analysis Volodymyr Dubovyk 09. September 2021
Input Paper 09. July 2021
Essay Maria Zolkina 08. April 2021
Policy Paper 22. March 2021
LibMod-Policy Paper: INVESTMENT PLANS OF THE EU — opportunities for Ukraine in the area of the European Green Deal implementation
Analysis Volodymyr Yermolenko 25. August 2020
Policy Paper Gustav C. Gressel 22. June 2020