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The future of energy

From the Net Zero Industry Act to the  Green Deal agenda, from managing the energy crisis to the acceleration of renewables – the energy sector is experiencing a pivotal moment where it could change the future of the entire planet. DeHavilland’s EU energy clients understand how to navigate this landscape and are prepared for the future and challenges of energy policy.

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DeHavilland political intelligence for energy

Track what matters

Energy continues to dominate the EU agenda and impacting different policies across EU Member States. DeHavilland’s field-tested experts give you the big picture – from the latest regulation(s), to the role of energy in the upcoming EU election – as well as tailored reports on the topics that matter to you.

Whether you need to understand the latest developments on the electricity market reform, the Critical Raw Materials Act and REPower EU, or the new green targets for 2030 and 2050 DeHavilland EU has you covered.


Map your stakeholders

Who can impact energy policies now? Who is an important player in Brussels? With the imminent 2024 EU election, there has never been a better time to forge new relationships.

DeHavilland PeoplePoint makes it easy to find the most influential stakeholders, MEPs, MEPs’ assistants, and Commission and Council staff with contact details and distribution tools to help you engage them. Plus, our consultants can support your advocacy and EU governmental strategy and provide you with the information you need for engaging with stakeholders and understand policies on EU level.

Understand EU policies for Green transition

The EU wants to gain strategic independence and several initiatives are paving the path to a zero-carbon continent. From the REPower EU Plan, the Fitfor55 files and the Green Industrial Plan the EU proposed tools for policymakers and EU countries to become more resilient.

DeHavilland EU monitors closely, analyses and answers questions for the Net Zero Industry Act, the electricity market reform proposals and the measures to support consumers against the energy crisis while keeping an eye on important updates leading to next year’s EU elections.

Track energy sentiment

The EU showed decisiveness in combatting the energy market shocks with a series of measures for the EU Member States including financial aid and legislation concerning Hydrogen, wind, solar, gas, oil and energy infrastructure and supply. DeHavilland EU has created an Energy crisis response report where updates from many EU Member States are presented in an accurate and simple way allowing our clients to gain valuable insights and perspectives on national level.

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Hattie Ireland

Hattie has been at DeHavilland for three years working across the policy and content team, and now leads our infrastructure policy team, specialising in transport policy.

She enjoys being able to work with a range of clients at the forefront of the issues of today, from recovering from the pandemic to efforts to decarbonise the sector.

Before joining DeHavilland, she graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a first class degree in History and Politics where she also spent a year abroad in Washington D.C.

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Michael Cameron – Policy Consultant

Michael joined DeHavilland in August 2022 having previously read Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Keble College, Oxford.

He looks after the housing, construction, and local government portfolio, within the wider infrastructure team. Within the housing sector, he particularly enjoys watching the ongoing debate about how and where the UK can build more homes.