European energy ministers set out on Monday three “milestones” that governments should follow to ensure a gradual increase through the decade to 2030 in the share of renewable energy consumed in the EU.
The interim targets – 24% in 2023, 40% in 2025 and 60% in 2027, applicable at both EU and member state levels – refer to progress towards increasing the share of renewables from the targeted 2020 level of 20% to the 27% target for 2030 supported by the EU Council.
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