The increase of the EU 2030 emission reduction target to “at least 55 percent” will be introduced as an amendment to the EU climate law.
In her State of the European Union speech on 16th September 2020, the President of the EU Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, unveiled plans to relaunch Europe’s economy.
IRENA highlights how best practices can lead to a better development and use of long-term energy scenarios.
According to WindEurope, during the year 2019 wind energy has continued to grow across Europe and reached an overall installed capacity of 205 GW.
IRENA outlines how key energy-intensive transport and industry sectors – through the right plans and support – can be fully decarbonised by 2050.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) reaffirms that a greater use of clean electricity is central for the world’s decarbonization strategy.
The growth trend for the years until 2024 is expected to gain momentum again as of 2021 thanks to the ever-increasing cost-competitiveness of the technology.
Solar Power Europe shows a scenario for how to make Europe’s energy system climate-neutral by 2050.