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Renewable Energy Innovation in Eastern Europe: Report

Targets should be integrated into Member States’ NECPs to ensure that the target sits within the heart of a Member State’s energy and climate planning but remains flexible to allow for new developments and new technologies. The attached document “Innovation in Eastern European Countries” by EUREC contains a brief look at the potential of renewables (and particularly innovative renewables) in some Member States – with a focus on Eastern Europe.

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Metals for Europe’s Clean Energy Transition: Report

In the wake of supply disruptions from the COVID-19 pandemic and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Europe’s lack of resilience for its growing metals needs has become a strategic concern. This study evaluates how Europe can fulfil its goal of “achieving resource security” and “reducing strategic dependencies” for its energy transition metals, through a demand, supply, and sustainability assessment of the EU Green Deal and its resource needs.

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Europe’s Path to Clean Energy: A $5.3 Trillion Investment Opportunity

Europe builds 38% more wind and solar for power generation by 2050 in the Net Zero Scenario compared to the Economic Transition Scenario. To reach these volumes, solar and especially onshore wind capacity additions need to grow above the industry’s historical rate this decade. Over 2021-2025 alone, deployments in both scenarios need to double compared to 2016-2020, increasing a further 60-80% over 2026-2030.

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Climate neutrality: Pathways for achieving the European Green Deal objectives

The 14 research projects featured in this CORDIS Results Pack have developed a suite of tools that are able to assess the benefits, costs, risks and trade-offs of climate neutrality strategies. This provides a solid bedrock on which policymakers, business and society can make informed choices about the best route to a greener, cleaner and more equitable future for Europe.

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