And then there were six…

February 29, 2008 at 7:52 pm Leave a comment

It seems only fair that we mention the launch of the blog of Andris Piebalgs, Commissioner for Energy, today. He joins Dimas, Potocnik, Wallstrom, Spidla and Fischer Boel as Commissioners that are seeking to reach out to “internauts”(Euro-speak or just French in an English press release?).

With all the good material on energy policy out there, perhaps this Commissioner will have something interesting to say. As one post every Friday is all that is promised, it may take a few months before we see. He clearly does not have the “it’s late on Friday but I am putting off my timesheet entry until after a blog post” urges that we do. In any case if he does succeed, then perhaps Ruud Wassen in our Energy team will revise his list of favourite blogs in the field?

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