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December 1, 2020

Energy infrastructure investments in the EU: EUR 1 triln are needed

The Commission presented yesterday its new strategy for a competitive, sustainable and secure energy. The Communication “Energy 2020” defines the energy priorities for the next ten years and sets the actions to be taken in order to tackle the challenges of saving energy, achieving a market with competitive prizes and secure supplies, boosting technological leadership, and effectively negotiate with our international partners, europa.eu site informs. Over the next ten years, overall energy infrastructure investments in the EU of Euro 1 trillion are needed. The Commission proposes to focus its initiatives on the two sectors with the biggest energy saving potential: transport and buildings.

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