EU triple-track approach urged

Frauke Thies

Frauke Thies

The European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA) has called for a “three-target approach” towards renewables, energy efficiency and emission reductions to be a central part of the EU's 2030 objectives.

Last week, the European Commission published a Green Paper to kick-start the debate on the EU’s climate and energy policies for 2020-30. It is seeking the views of member states, the European Parliament, industry groups and non-governmental organisations in a consultation that runs until 2 July.

“Europe must now be willing to follow through on this vision for a clean and competitive energy future, showing clear political direction and enabling further investments. That means committing to new objectives for 2030, including an ambitious and legally binding target for renewable energy sources,” says EPIA policy director Frauke Log in to read complete article.

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