The Netherlands is near the bottom of the EU renewable energy league table, the Dutch statistics office (CBS) has warned. The office blamed a lack of biomass energy development and relatively low government support for renewables.
In a brief report issued on 31 March, based on Eurostat figures, CBS noted that as of 2014 the Dutch share of renewable energy (5.5%) was third last of all EU countries, better only than Malta and Luxembourg.
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