Several EU states join push for a higher 2030 renewables target

Published 18:22 on December 21, 2022  /  Last updated at 18:27 on December 21, 2022  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Several EU countries are pushing for a higher share of renewable energy sources (RES) than the goal just adopted as a position by all member states in Council, increasing the prospects of a jump in ambition in final negotiations with the European Parliament in the new year that could dampen carbon prices.

Several EU countries are pushing for a higher share of renewable energy sources (RES) than the goal just adopted as a position by all member states in Council, increasing the prospects of a jump in ambition in final negotiations with the European Parliament in the new year that could dampen carbon prices.

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