By Ivan Shumkov, Renewables Now
The EU Energy Council agreed to raise the 2030 EU-level target for renewable energy sources in the overall energy mix to 40% from at least 32% now and also endorsed certain sub-targets and faster permitting procedures.
The Council has agreed its position on a revised Renewable Energy Directive (RED) and Energy Efficiency Directive (EED), integrating key elements of the REPowerEU Action Plan. The agreements on the two legislative proposals pave the way for the Council to initiate negotiations with the European Parliament.
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