To support the European Commission, and notably its Grid Action Plan, this study proposes methodologies for Cost-Benefit Analysis and Cross-Border Cost Sharing options for offshore electricity infrastructure projects. The massive investments that are foreseen in offshore generation and grid infrastructure will create huge benefits for Europe. A fair allocation of costs and benefits across Member States can be a key enabler of such projects. Who should pay for the offshore electricity infrastructure? How does this depend on the way the benefits are shared? This study aims to provide some answers.



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