Commission considers 45 percent renewable energy target by 2030

The European Commission is considering whether the European Union could aim for a higher share of renewable energy by 2030 to accelerate the shift away from Russian fossil fuels. Last year, the commission proposed a 40 percent renewable energy target for 2030. Now it is looking at whether a 45 percent target would be possible.

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