Less than half of EU state meet 2020 renewable targetsStaff Writer |
Energy 11 have already met their targets
Of all EU members, more than half have work to do to meet renewable energy goals and France, despite its ambition, is one of the furthest away.
Of the 28 members of the EU, 11 have already met their targets, according to the latest European data. Of those, Sweden is the clear leader with 53.8 percent of its energy coming from renewable resources, followed by Finland with 38.7 percent.
On the other end of the spectrum, the Netherlands and France are the furthest away, with 8 percent and 7 percent to go in the next two years, respectively. ■
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