by Wind Europe
Energy markets are in transition structurally, geographically and in terms of regulation. These changes represent both challenges and opportunities for wind energy. Making the energy transition work to the benefit of citizens, businesses and governments requires actions today from policy makers and industry.
The direction is clear: 80% – 95% decarbonisation of the European economy by 2050. However, with a modest 27% renewable energy target in final energy demand by 2030, the EU is postponing decisive actions to the post-2030 period.
This report provides clear elements on how to make transition work in the coming decade. It provides recommendations to policymakers on how to facilitate a swift transformation of the energy system and considers the policies that will make Europe the best choice for those investing in renewables.
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