The European Commission plans to increase its renewable energy target to 45% by 2030 Apr 29,2022.
The Russia-Ukraine conflict and the vagaries of climate change will push the European Commission to accelerate its renewable energy targets. The European Commission is analyzing whether it can meet its higher goal of getting 45 percent of its energy from renewable sources by 2030. The European Commission has previously set a target of generating 40 percent of the EU's electricity from renewable sources by 2030.

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The European commission wants eu countries to quadruple the installed capacity of wind installations and photovoltaic systems by 2030 to reduce dependence on gas supplied from Russia -- which would mean 480GW of wind installations and 420GW of photovoltaic systems.

The European Commission is considering publishing a plan in May to completely move away from Fossil fuels supplied by Russia by 2027, Mechthild Woersdoerfer, deputy director-general of the European Commission's energy department, said.
Currently, 22 percent of the EU's energy comes from renewable sources, and Russia remains the bloc's largest supplier of natural gas. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen in March urged Europe to rapidly scale up its deployment of renewable energy to achieve energy security and wean Russia off its dependence on gas.

Frans Timmermans, the EU's climate policy chief, said recently that the EU was setting more ambitious targets for a faster transition to renewable energy. This is consistent with a complete halt to gas imports from Russia by 2027.
The EU announced a 1 trillion euro green deal in January that aims to make it the world's first carbon-neutral bloc.
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