Renewable Energy Action Plan

 

In the Directive 2009/28/EC for Renewable Energy  the European Commission specified the requirements for the member states that have to be implemented through the national action plans of the countries.

Each country has to specify explicit targets for the share of renewables in the following sectors:  

  • heating and cooling
  • electricity
  • transport

The national renewable energy action plans were supposed to be submitted by 30 June 2010. The plans are expected to describe a detailed roadmap of how each Member State expects to reach its legally binding 2020 target for the share of renewable energy in its final energy consumption.

Renewable Action Plans of EU-member countries are shown on the website of the European Commission.

Non-EU CEE-countries try to set up their national renewable energy action plans as a preparation for the intended EU-accession with support of the Energy Community.

The following countries submitted their action plan on renewable energy:

Albania
Belarus
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Croatia
Czech Republic
Estonia
Hungary
Latvia
Lithuania
Macedonia
Moldova
Montenegro
Poland
Romania
Serbia
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Turkey
Ukraine

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