Existing policies put Europe on track for emission cuts of at least 50% by 2030
Yesterday’s deal was unimaginable when the EU Clean Energy Package was proposed in 2016 – but it’s still not keeping pace with the Paris Agreement
Businesses are clear that changes to the ETS benchmarks are needed – to facilitate low-carbon production methods, and eliminate perverse incentives to pollute.
Launching today in Brussels – The EU Power Sector Review 2017.
On Wednesday, the European Parliament should vote for a 2050 net-zero target in line with the Paris Agreement