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 National Renewable Energy Action Plans: Towards the EU Renewables 2020 Targets EUFORES 10 National Renewable Energy Action Plans: Towards the EU Renewables 2020 Targets EUFORES 10 th Inter-Parliamentary meeting - Madrid, 16 April 2010 3/18/2018 EUROPEAN COMMISSION Hans van Steen, Head of Unit, DG Energy, C 1

 The EU´s current energy challenges ü Green House Gas emissions; long term unabated The EU´s current energy challenges ü Green House Gas emissions; long term unabated climate change to cost up to 20% of GDP… € 234 bn in 2009 flowed out of the EU, spent on energy imports €↑↓oil price volatility strains our economies ≈ supply insecurity causes social and economic hardship 20 mill. tonnes of particulate matter polluting the air

 EU energy mix, 2007: EU energy mix, 2007:

 ”Renewable Energy Roadmap”, 2007 The contribution of renewable energy (electricity, transport and heat) ”Renewable Energy Roadmap”, 2007 The contribution of renewable energy (electricity, transport and heat) 1990 -2004 (mtoe) 60 12 50 10 40 8 30 6 RES-H RES-E (ex hydro, righthand scale) RES-T (righthand scale) 20 4 10 2 0 0 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

 Renewable Energy Growth Renewable energy growth 2004 -2007 by sector (Total 17000 ktoe) Renewable Energy Growth Renewable energy growth 2004 -2007 by sector (Total 17000 ktoe) 36% 35% 28%

 Progress towards the 2010 targets - patchy Electricity Transport (biofuels) Electricity Transport (biofuels) Progress towards the 2010 targets - patchy Electricity Transport (biofuels) Electricity Transport (biofuels) 2004 -2006 growth progress towards targets 2005 -2007 growth progress towards targets AT K L J J LV L L BE J K J L LT K L J J BU K L J J LU K K J K CY L L MT L L K J CZ K L NL J J J K DK L J K L PO K L EE K L PT J L J K FI L L K L RO L L K L FR K L J K SK J L J K DE J J SI L L K L GR J L ES K L HU J J K L SW K K J K IE J K K L UK K L IT J K L L EU J K

 BE BG CZ DK DE EE IE EL ES FR IT CY LV BE BG CZ DK DE EE IE EL ES FR IT CY LV LT LU HU MT NL AT PL PT RO SI SK FI SE UK EU-27 efforts Member States’ targets for 2020 in Renewables 2. 2% 13% 9. 4% 16% 6. 1% RES share in 200 13% 17. 0% 30% 5. 8% RES share in 202 18% 18. 0% 3. 1% 25% 16% 6. 9% 18% 20% 8. 7% 10. 3% 23% 5. 2% 17% 2. 9% 13% 32. 6% 15% 0. 9% 40% 23% 11% 4. 3% 13% 0% 10% 2. 4% 14% 23. 3% 7. 2% 34% 15% 20. 5% 17. 8% 16% 6. 7% 31% 24% 25% 14% 28. 5% 38% 39. 8% 1. 3% 15% 49%

 The renewables Directive • Mandatory national targets (overall + renewables in transport) • The renewables Directive • Mandatory national targets (overall + renewables in transport) • Flexibility between Member States • National Renewable Energy Action Plans, NREAPs • Reduction of administrative and regulatory barriers, grid issues, etc • Sustainability regime for biofuels

. . The role of the new Directive / NREAPs Setting the legal framework . . The role of the new Directive / NREAPs Setting the legal framework for renewable energy and the pathways towards the 2020 targets Critical for: Ø the necessary stability / predictability for investors Ø the Commission's ability to effectively enforce the Directive and keep Member States on track Ø transparency of RES developments in the EU |

 Flexibility Instruments / Forecast Documents . . . All Forecast Documents received by Flexibility Instruments / Forecast Documents . . . All Forecast Documents received by Febr. 2010 Detailing each Member State's intended use of cooperation mechanism, i. e. Ø estimated statististical transfers Ø potential for joint projects Conclusions: (1) EU can meet its target through domestic production of RES, (2) limited use of flexibility mechanisms envisaged.

 Summary table of intended use of co-operation mechanisms Summary table of intended use of co-operation mechanisms

 Conclusions • Renewable energy form an indispensable part of any strategy for decarbonising Conclusions • Renewable energy form an indispensable part of any strategy for decarbonising the energy sector • The Renewable Energy Directive provides a good framework for achieving and enforcing the 20% target for 2020 • Next critical step will the delivery of the National Renewable Energy Action Plans. These must be delivered on time, be complete and credible in terms of target compliance

 2021 Progress report – success! Overall RES Transport 10% 20182020 growth progress towards 2021 Progress report – success! Overall RES Transport 10% 20182020 growth progress towards targets AT J J LV J J BE J J LT J J BU J J LU J J CY J J MT J J CZ J J NL J J DK J J PO J J EE J J PT J J FI J J RO J J FR J J SK J J DE J J SI J J GR J J ES J J HU J J SW J J IE J J UK J J IT J J EU J J

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