EU sets higher target for renewable energy by 2030

JAKARTA — The European Parliament and European Union member states have agreed to phase out palm oil from motor fuels by 2030, easing back from an initial deadline of 2021. The original call to ban palm oil, as part of the EU’s renewable energy policy, stemmed from concerns over environmental and human rights violations in the […]

EU sets higher target for renewable energy by 2030

The EU agreed Thursday to raise its consumption target from wind, solar and other renewable energy sources, aiming for 32 percent by 2030 rather than the previous 27 percent.

Thu 14 Jun 18 from Phys.org

EU Reaches Tepid 32.5% Energy Efficiency Goal & 40% GHG Emissions Target

The European Union's governing bodies have this week sealed negotiations on three separate objectives of the so-called Energy Union including the previously-reported 32% renewables target, as ...

Thu 21 Jun 18 from CleanTechnica

European Union Increases Renewable Energy Target To 32%, But Campaigners Remain Unhappy (CleanTechnica Interviews)

After last-minute overnight negotiations, the European Union has announced it is increasing its renewable energy target from 27% to 32%, a move it describes as "ambitious," but which environmental ...

Fri 15 Jun 18 from CleanTechnica

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