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EU off track to 2020_IPM_Lisbon_eclareon

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Transcript of EU off track to 2020_IPM_Lisbon_eclareon

Short Term Measures
How to get back on track?
EU is not on track to 2020 -
What it takes to be successful
The 20-20-20 Targets
The starting point
Status Quo & 2020 Outlook
What has been achieved and
what is the perspective?
Long Term Perspective
Do the ambitions stop in 2020 ?
20%
reduction in EU greenhouse gas emissions from 1990 levels

Raising the share of EU energy consumption produced from renewable resources to
20%

A
20%
improvement in the EU's energy efficiency

enacted through the climate and energy package in 2009
The Gap
Barriers
for the achievement of
2020 targets
2012
2020
Financing
FRAMEWORK
Support Schemes
Retroactive/
Retrospective Changes
reliability
stability
spatial planning
grid infrastructure
stakeholder communication
taxation
certification
remuneration level
Market Structure
investment climate
curtailment
Grid Connection Costs
grid access
Environmental Planning

grid integration
administrative process
Long Term Strategy
NIMBY
ILUC-Factor
Stop-and-Go-Policies
market insecurity
Adopt an ambitious
binding
2030 renewable energy target,

including
binding
national targets,

alongside energy efficiency and greenhouse gas emission targets
14th Inter-Parliamentary Meeting on
Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency

Lisbon, 10/11 October 2014

Jan-Benjamin Spitzley
Deputy Head of Policy Department
eclareon GmbH

Ensure a predictable and stable legislative framework for RES at national level and avoid retroactive changes to existing support schemes
Increase focus on the RES-H&C and RES-T sector, which are strongly dependent on the existence of a supportive and comprehensive framework
Revise the guidelines on state aid for environmental protection and energy 2014-2020 to make sure they are consistent with the RES Directive and support the achievement of its objectives
Retain the focus on the removal of administrative barriers
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