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EU updates its energy efficiency policy

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The European Commission adopted on 25 September three recommendations to help EU states implement the Directive on Energy Efficiency, which is one of the flagship pieces in the Clean Energy for All Europeans package, in which the EU has set the target to be at least 32.5% more energy efficient by 2030.

As putting energy efficiency first is a key objective of the Energy Union, the recommendations provide detailed guidance on the implementation of the energy savings obligation for the period 1 …

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