Members of the European Parliament’s energy and industry committee (ITRE) face a choice between two starkly differing visions of how EU law should be used to drive down energy consumption and increase the share of renewable sources.
Weeks of backroom horse trading have led to two sets of compromise deals on proposed reforms to the 2012 Energy efficiency Directive (EED) and 2009 Renewable Energy Directive (RED) that will set the EU’s targets for 2030 and set out the rules on how the targets will be met.
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