New EU energy efficiency directive sets 11.7% reduction target by 2030
European Commission has just published an article announcing the provisional agreement reached this morning with the European Parliament and the Council to reform and strengthen the EU Energy Efficiency Directive. This is a significant development that marks a further step in the completion of the ‘Fit for 55′ package to deliver the European Green Deal and the REPowerEU Plan.
The agreement showcases the EU’s commitment to becoming climate neutral by 2050 and demonstrates its determination to take concrete steps towards achieving this goal. The Energy Efficiency Directive is a key piece of legislation that plays a crucial role in ensuring the efficient use of energy and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. The reform and strengthening of the directive will contribute significantly to the EU’s climate objectives.
You may find it online, here.