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Policy Issue

Renewable Energy Directive

Policy Isssue

Renewable Energy Directive

Basic information

State of play

The European Commission’s revision proposal of the Renewable Energy Directive (RED) was published on 14 July 2021. It proposes to increase the collective target for the share of renewable energy in 2030 from 32% to 40%. The Council and Parliament adopted their positions in June and September 2022 respectively. The Council endorsed a 40% target, whereas the Parliament endorsed a 45% target.

On 18 May 2022, the Commission proposed in the REPowerEU plan to increase the target to 45%, in view of the urgent need to end dependence on Russian energy products. The Council and Parliament adopted in December 2022 additional positions on the new amendments proposed by the Commission. These will now factor into the ongoing inter-institutional negotiations on the RED file. Final adoption of the amended RED is expected to follow in early 2023.

Publications

13 July 2022
After quite a substantial delay, the European Commission, and their contracted consultants from Trinomics, Oeko-Institut, and DTU, finalised and officially published the ‘Policy support for heating and cooling decarbonisation’ study....
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09 July 2022
Last week, the energy ministers adopted the Council’s negotiating position on the Renewable Energy Directive based on the compromise texts prepared by the French Presidency.
1 min read
01 March 2022
The draft report from the lead European Parliament ITRE Committee and the draft Council amendments on the European Commission’s revision proposal on the Renewable Energy Directive (RED II) are now available.
3 min read
14 February 2022
According to Eurostat, the share of renewable energy used for heating and cooling in 2020 in the EU reached 23%. That is up from 22% in 2019 and up from 12% in 2004 when the Eurostat dataset starts.
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08 November 2021
Draft delegated Regulation amending Annex VII of Directive (EU) 2018/2001 regards a methodology for calculating the amount of renewable energy used for cooling and district cooling out for consultation until 25 November 2021.
1 min read
20 October 2021
In 2019, DG Energy commissioned a study that should lead towards the development of a draft roadmap for the decarbonisation of heating and cooling. The draft roadmap should become available by the end of 2021.
3 min read
02 August 2021
The consultants that organised the stakeholder workshop have made available their minutes of the workshop hosted on 14 July.
1 min read
23 July 2021
In addition to the notes provided earlier, the consultants have made available the minutes of the stakeholder meeting.
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