Filipe de Vasconcelos Fernandes (Senior Consultant) writes an article for the publication Capital Verde on the future of energy transition in the conflict scenario we live in.

"The armed conflict that persists in Ukrainian territory entails broad consequences for the functioning of the global economy. This will also be the case for the European economy, knowing in advance that the European Union (EU) has a high dependence on energy products from abroad, namely oil and natural gas.

Considering the EU's ambitious goals of decarbonisation and energy transition, it is clear that the ongoing armed conflict, requires a broad consideration of the consequences for such movement."

Read the article here.