EU rejects binding energy saving targets
The UK will not have to meet legally-binding energy-efficiency targets, after EU member states refused to include the measure in the new Energy Efficiency Directive (EED)In negotiations to agree the final wording of the EED this week, representatives from countries, including the UK, argued against the inclusion of a requirement forcing states to set mandatory nationa
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