Government Europa Quarterly 29

Government Europa Quarterly 29 focuses on developments in policy, technology and environmental initiatives.

With the EU elections now three weeks away and Brexit now almost certainly delayed until October, Government Europa Quarterly 29 looks into the impact of Brexit on border control and the IT crisis plaguing UK business; as well as the future of cybersecurity policy and the growing role of smart cities.


Bo Normark, InnoEnergy’s Thematic Leader of Smart Grids and Electrical Storage, discusses innovations in the EU’s electricity infrastructure as the transition to renewable energy takes hold.

Special features

Batteries and emission reduction – influencing policy with the European Battery Alliance and exploring retrofit hybrid bus engines with Brunel University, London; and

Rare diseases and unique conditions – European Reference Networks, the crucial role played by patient groups and the importance of raising awareness of mucopolysaccharidosis.

IT, security and smart technology

Sustainability, the environment and maritime development


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