Según informa la Agencia Europea de Medio Ambiente de al publicación de este informe anual

«Transition to renewable energy continues in the European Union (EU) but has lost some pace in the past two years. According to new European Environment Agency (EEA) estimates, renewables accounted for 86 % of the EU’s new capacity for electricity generation installed in 2016. Overall, EU Member States also continue to cut more capacity from conventional sources than they install.»

«The EEA report ‘Renewable energy in Europe — 2017 update’ provides an overview of progress in renewable energy in Europe, based on official statistics until 2015 and preliminary estimates for 2016.[1] The new report complements the Agency’s recent ‘Trends and Projections in Europe 2017 – Tracking progress towards Europe’s climate and energy targets’ assessment.»

«This report outlines the progress renewable energy sources (RES) made in 2015 in the European Union (EU) as a whole, and at country, market sector and technology level. It also provides early European Environment Agency (EEA) estimates regarding developments at all of these levels in 2016. The report confirms that the EU remains on track to reach its 20 % RES share target for 2020, despite RES growth across the EU having recently slowed.»


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