The proposed bolstering of renewable targets for EU countries means Italy cannot afford to stand still in its efforts to transition towards a low-carbon economy.
The European Parliament’s energy committee voted on Tuesday in favour of increasing the share of renewables in gross final energy consumption in member states to 35% by 2030. While the new targets are likely to be trimmed somewhat – possibly to 30% – before member states agree, some sort of increase is expected.
Italy’s target, set at 28% just two weeks ago,...
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