The European energy sector is undergoing change, marked by political risk. Traditional energy sources must be complemented with renewable alternatives, but we will need all energy production forms far into the future. The EU Commission aims at building an internal energy market in order to safeguard the availability and competitive pricing of energy. Many EU member states, however, are proceeding with purely national interest and goals in mind. Are you up to speed on the latest developments?


Energy efficiency, emission reduction targets and energy prices affect manufacturing as well as consumption. A great many energy-related political decisions are made in Brussels. We at Cocomms help companies get involved in the building of EU’s internal energy market. Our partners in Brussels and our own energy experts guide your company on the right path. We find the right means and stakeholders to make you heard.