EU, Policy and Regulation

EU electricity market reform strengthens support for renewables

A worker at Systovi’s solar panel factory located near Nantes, France. The EU measures aim to promote renewables (Photo: Sebastien Salom-Gomis/AFP via Getty Images)

European Commission plans for tackling the energy crisis and boosting renewables have been broadly welcomed for providing better certainty for the sector. Proposals made yesterday by the European Commission to reform the EU electricity market will offer greater certainty for investment in renewable energies and more protection for consumers from ...

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