The Renewable Energy Directive sets rules for the EU to achieve its 32% renewables target by 2030.
Guidance for EU countries when designing and reforming support schemes for renewables.
The strategy will boost uptake in offshore renewable sources to create sustainable and inclusive growth in the EU.
Helping EU countries to work more closely together, hosting or contributing financially to new renewable projects.
Wind power is a renewable energy source that is a key enabler of the clean energy transition.
Oceans consist of vast renewable energy resources that can contribute to decarbonise power systems
Using biomass as an energy source can lower the EU's external energy dependence and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The use of biofuels made from biomass provides a renewable alternative to fossil fuels in the EU's transport sector.
Solar power is a safe and cost-competitive renewable energy source.
EU countries publish progress reports every two years to show how they are moving towards the EU's 2020 renewables' goals.
To simplify permitting processes for renewable energy projects, facilitate power purchase agreements and empower citizens.
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