War Takes EU Climate Ambition to 'Another Level'

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The European Commission last week released documents setting out how the EU plans to reduce its dependence on Russian gas imports under its REPowerEU initiative, which aims to cut Russian gas use by two-thirds this year and end it by 2027. Below, Energy Intelligence looks at the extent to which its Brussels’ directives (and funding pot) can accelerate the policy directions of EU member states and also help industry deliver on ambitious renewables and other targets.

Policy and Regulation, Military Conflict, Low-Carbon Policy, Renewable Electricity
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