The European Commission (Commission) recently announced a further step towards its forthcoming review of the State Aid Guidelines for Environmental Protection and Energy (EEAG) . These guidelines, that were first adopted in 2014, are a major tool for the Commission to manage how its 27 Member States will finance their energy transition towards a decarbonised energy system by 2050, while still guaranteeing security of supply. The forthcoming review of the EEAG is particularly vital given the flagship European Green Deal  has significantly stepped up the EU’s environmental ambition. A clear understanding of the process, its scope and eventual consequences is key to determine whether and how stakeholders should participate in this important review. The Commission plans to launch a
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