MEPs have voted in favour of a proposal that would put pressure on EU countries to raise their ambitions for renewables and energy efficiency targets for 2030.
The Governance of the Energy Union paper was backed by a clear majority of MEPs in a joint vote by the European Parliament’s energy and environment committees on Thursday morning.
The proposal – if backed by member states in the Council of the EU – would oblige EU countries to submit national energy and climate plans (NECPs) to the European...
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