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International dispute settlement bodies: having credible referees to arbitrate international disputes provides additional security to investors. Further developing the actions of the Energy Charter Treaty and other supra-national bodies should be supported by the EU. • Develop dialogue to improve international stability and confidence between importing, producing and transit countries and taking into account the interest of all the involved parties. e. extending the EU-Russia dialogue also to other vital energy suppliers for Europe.
Mattucci (ENEA), T. Mennel (ZEW), H. Meinel (DaimlerChrysler), T. Mennel (ZEW), S. Mohr (Fhg-ISI), E. Molin (Deft University of Technology), H. Mostad (Hydro), B. Nykvist (Stockholm Environment Institute), E. Patay (Air Liquide), S. Peteves (EC DG JRC), A. J. Purwanto (EC DG JRC), M-M. Quemere (EDF), A. Radlmeier (DaimlerChrysler), S. Rameshol (Wuppertal Institu), W. Schade (FhG-ISI), A. Scholz (TH Karlsruhe), P. Seydel (FhG-ISI), H. Seymour (IDMEC – IST), A. Simonnet (Total), A. Stein (Hessen Agentu GmbH), C.
Also the political acceptance of using nuclear power in some countries might raise insurmountable problems. 42 4. Hydrogen corridor assessment The study analysed the potential of different corridor options covering a fairly large number of feedstock/ electricity options for the production of hydrogen. But hydrogen from ocean power or from offshore wind in North Africa cannot be excluded in the very far future. Therefore it is recommended to continue the RTD on analysing the potential production cost of different new sources.