Think-tank calls for €100 bln EU fund to end reliance on Russian gas by 2027

Published 17:26 on March 24, 2022  /  Last updated at 17:35 on March 24, 2022  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

The EU could slash gas demand in five years by massively scaling up renewables and energy efficiency supported by a new €100 billion fund, a think-tank said on Thursday as Germany considers suspending its coal phaseout and EU leaders meet for talks on how to ramp up pressure on Moscow.

The EU could slash gas demand in five years by massively scaling up renewables and energy efficiency supported by a new €100 billion fund, a think-tank said on Thursday as Germany considers suspending its coal phaseout and EU leaders meet for talks on how to ramp up pressure on Moscow.

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