Paying to meet EU green energy targets should be a ‘last resort option’

The European Commission published on Friday draft legislation establishing a Union Renewable Development Platform (URDP) which will allow EU countries to fulfil their commitments towards the EU’s 2030 renewable target by paying countries who have exceeded their national targets.

by Raquel Guerra
Renewables: transfers are among the cooperation mechanisms maintained in the recast RED II (Photo by: ARTERRA/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
Renewables: transfers are among the cooperation mechanisms maintained in the recast RED II (Photo by: ARTERRA/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

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