Dans cet article publié par le Centre on Regulation in Europe (CERRE), les auteurs proposent une analyse comparée des politiques de transition énergétique (plus spécifiquement les mesures relatives au secteur électrique) mises en place en Allemagne, France et Royaume-Uni.
Résumé [en anglais] :
" [...] In sum, national governments should commit to supporting the Energy Transition with no further delay. This involves putting in place targets and policies leading to an almost carbon-free power sector by 2050. Europe's climate and energy policies are an important complement, but not a substitute for national policies in this area. To avoid damaging investors' confidence, governments should commit to regulatory stability. This is not in contradiction with the need to have rules that evolve during the transition period as long as the course of changes is clearly set and announced in advance. The road ahead is long and windy, but the stakes are high."