To fulfil its long-term decarbonisation objectives, the EU needs to support clean and indigenous renewable energies that provide security of supply and boost economic growth and local jobs.
Meeting the EU-wide target of at least 27% renewables by 2030 is a crucial contribution to this end. As there are no post-2020 national renewable energy targets, a robust and transparent governance system with a strong legal basis will be needed to provide a stable regulatory framework and attract investment in renewables.
EHPA has developed a joint position paper with other renewable energy associations on the essential building blocks for a governance system needed to deliver the 2030 renewable energy targets in a cost-effective manner.
You can find the position paper here.