EU, Policy and Regulation

EU agrees to increase renewable energy target to 45%

Wind turbines spin over a solar park
The 45 per cent renewal energy target is a significant increase on the current 2030 goal of 32 per cent. (Photo: Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

The new target – a significant increase on the current goal of 32 per cent – agreed as part of the EU’s Renewable Energy Directive sends a clear message to investors over Europe’s energy transition. The European parliament and EU member states have agreed, after intense discussions, to set a ...

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