Energy security plan keeps EU hooked on fossil fuel imports, warn green groups

Will Nichols

Campaigners says package designed to reduce dependence on foreign oil and gas gives insufficient weight to indigenous clean energy sources

The EU's new energy security strategy does little to address its "addiction" to fossil fuel imports, according to green groups who have blasted the Commission's latest proposals as "a timid attempt at...

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