Opinion - 17/May/2018

European businesses ready to invest in energy efficiency

Full support for energy efficiency from EU politicians will give companies the confidence to invest in projects that will benefit the economy, the environment and society at large, says Monica Frassoni, President of the European Alliance to Save Energy

In recent years, the European Union has led by example in terms of its commitments made to meet the targets of the Paris climate agreement. Europe’s energy system is now entering a decade of deepened efficiency, decarbonisation, digitisation and decentralisation, which will completely transform the way energy is generated, distributed and consumed. In this landscape, energy efficiency is the key enabler for a decarbonised Europe and is beneficial both to businesses and consumers. ...

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