Renewables scrap over EU funding

May 2007
Utility Week;5/25/2007, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p10
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the implications of the decision of the European Union (EU) to increase the share of renewable energy in the electricity market to 20 percent by 2020 for the green power sector. The wind energy sector has claimed that it can contribute 16 percent of Europe's electricity needs by 2020. The solar power sector has called for public sector intervention to boost solar power.


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