EU renewable energy share hits 17.5 per cent in 2017

Michael Holder
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Statistics show 11 member states have hit 2020 renewables target early, as bloc increases share of energy sourced from renewables

The European Union produced 17.5 per cent of its energy from renewable sources in 2017, with 11 member states having now achieved their binding renewable energy targets for 2020, the latest official statistics...

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