Published on March 13th, 2014 | by Zachary Shahan21
3 EU Countries Have Already Hit Their 2020 Renewable Energy Goals — You’ll Never Guess Them
March 13th, 2014 by Zachary Shahan
You might get one or two, but unless you’ve already read this story elsewhere, I’d bet plenty of cash that you can’t guess all three EU countries that have already hit their 2020 renewable energy targets. Countries that have yet to hit their targets include Germany, the UK (it’s far off), Spain, Portugal, and Denmark — countries that we write about a lot here on CleanTechnica for their clean energy progress. Check out the article below from Climate Central to find out who’s way ahead of schedule. And note that cheap wind power has been a key reason why they developed so much renewable energy so fast.
By Brian Kahn Follow @blkahn Newly released data shows that three European Union member countries have already met their renewable energy goals for 2020. A number of other members are also well on their way to meeting their benchmarks, though some countries…
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