Baltic states to push ahead of Western EU counterparts in renewables targets

The EU has made it mandatory for all 28 member states to source 20% of their total energy outputs from renewables by 2020 – and 27% by 2030.
According to PV Europe news, the European Union report showed that the Netherlands and the United Kingdom are the least energy efficient EU member states in terms of renewables, while Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia are among over 30% of the EU countries that have already met their 2020 renewable energy targets.
Recent findings have shown that major investments by Baltic states of Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia as well as Poland have put these countries well ahead of more traditional EU member states such as the Netherlands and the UK when it comes to reaching their 2020 renewable energy objectives. ——————–***——————–
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Baltic states to push ahead of Western EU counterparts in renewables targets

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Date: Mar 09, 2019 @ 17:02

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