Tag Archives: EU energy policies

Indirect land-use change (ILUC)

‘Indirect land-use change’ (ILUC) means that if you take a field of grain and switch the crop to biofuel, somebody somewhere will go hungry unless those missing tonnes of grain are grown elsewhere. Economics often dictates that the crops to … Continue reading

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EU RenewableTargets by 2020

Croatian Center of Renewable energy Sources EU Targets by 2020   The Directive on renewable energy sets ambitious targets for all Member States, such that the EU will reach a 20% share of energy from renewable sources by 2020 and … Continue reading

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EU energy policies

EU energy policies The EU is putting in place an ambitious energy policy in a bid to improve security of supplies and achieve bold CO2 reduction targets. But how does the EU decision-making process function on energy-related issues? And what … Continue reading

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