Renewables convergence?

Crampsie, Sian
April 2011
Utility Week;4/15/2011, Vol. 34 Issue 14, p9
Trade Publication
The article discusses the proposal of the European Commission to converge the renewable energy support schemes of its members to achieve its renewable energy targets in 2020. It presents the benefits that can be gained by member states in the idea of greater cooperation and in the creation of a standardized single market. Particular focus is also given to the major changes that will be brought by this proposal to the energy policies of European Union (EU).


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