Policy - 13/July/2018

The challenge of decarbonising Europe

While EU energy experts unsurprisingly agreed the leading role renewables and energy efficiency will play in the move to a clean energy economy, speakers at a European Commission conference had widely differing views on what else should be prioritised.

Renewables and energy efficiency were unsurprisingly singled out as key to decarbonising Europe at a high-level European Commission conference. But it was also clear that agreeing a political process detailing how the region will move to a net zero emissions economy by 2050 will not be an easy task. ...

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