The study concludes that the final Romanian NECP must include more effective policies to untap the full potential of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Fit to Succeed? An Assessment of the Hungarian Draft Energy and Climate Plan


Briefing: Fit to Succeed? An Assessment of the Hungarian Draft Energy and Climate Plan

As part of the European Union’s 2030 climate and energy package, EU member states are required to develop energy and climate strategies to plan and to report on their 2030 climate and energy objectives. This briefing assesses the draft plan of Hungary and an overall score is provided at the end of the assessment. The study concludes that it is of paramount importance that in the final plan the commitment to the 2030 climate objectives is strengthened and involves all stakeholders in a transparent process.

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Delivering the EU-2030 and Long Term Climate Objectives in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe, with a Specific Focus on Transport

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Briefing: Fit to Succeed? An Assessment of the Spanish Draft Energy and Climate Plan

As part of the European Union’s 2030 climate and energy package, EU member states are required to develop energy and climate strategies to plan and to report on their 2030 climate and energy objectives. This briefing assesses the draft plan of Spain and an overall score is provided at the end of the assessment. The study concludes that the country should continue the direction set by the draft plan and reinforce its climate promises.

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Delivering the EU-2030 and Long Term Climate Objectives in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe, with a Specific Focus on Transport

Fit to Succeed? An Assessment of the Italian Draft Energy and Climate Plan


Briefing: Fit to Succeed? An Assessment of the Italian Draft Energy and Climate Plan

As part of the European Union’s 2030 climate and energy package, EU member states are required to develop energy and climate strategies to plan and to report on their 2030 climate and energy objectives. This briefing assesses the draft plan of Italy and an overall score is provided at the end of the assessment. The study concludes that it is paramount that the final plan addresses shortcomings and includes more effective policies that can untap the country’s full potential of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, especially in the transport and agricultural sectors.

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Delivering the EU-2030 and Long Term Climate Objectives in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe, with a Specific Focus on Transport

Fit to Succeed? An Assessment of the Polish Draft Energy and Climate Plan


Briefing: Fit to Succeed? An Assessment of the Polish Draft Energy and Climate Plan

As part of the European Union’s 2030 climate and energy package, EU member states are required to develop energy and climate strategies to plan and to report on their 2030 climate and energy objectives. This briefing assesses the draft plan of Poland and an overall score is provided at the end of the assessment. The study concludes that it is paramount that the final plan addresses shortcomings and includes more effective policies to drive the decarbonisation of the transport, buildings and agricultural sectors.

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Delivering the EU-2030 and Long Term Climate Objectives in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe, with a Specific Focus on Transport

Making the Grade? A review of eight national energy and climate plans in central and eastern Europe


Report: Making the Grade? A Review of Eight National Energy and Climate Plans in Central and Eastern Europe

In this report, the CEE Bankwatch Network evaluated national energy and climate plans (NECPs) in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). The authors examined the level of public participation and the climate action ambition on the basis of seven factors. The publication takes a critical look at the NECPs in Latvia, Romania, Estonia, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria and Poland.

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Accelerating the Energy Transformation of Central and Eastern Europe and Learning from the German Experience