Europe’s New Renewable Energy Target Draws Mixed Reactions (GreenTechMedia)

    European Union officials drew mixed responses from special-interest groups this week after agreeing to a binding renewable energy target of 32 percent by 2030. The target represents a step back for the European Parliament, which had originally proposed 35 percent.

    But it is still a big improvement over the European Council’s counteroffer of 27 percent. The deal includes a clause to allow for an increase in the target by 2023.

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