This issue paper considers climate policy development outside the EU by defining four renewable policy goals.
Energy policies in the EU
Click on the map to see data on gross final energy demand, population and GDP expectations for 2020 based on the PRIMES Reference Scenario as published in the European Commission’s Impact assessment “A policy framework for climate and energy in the period from 2020 to 2030” (COM(2014) 15 final). Additionally the map shows a possible allocation of the EU-wide 27% renewable energy target for 2030 to individual member states, applying the 2020 methodology of the European Commission for effort sharing.
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