Leaked EU green recovery plan targets building efficiency, hydrogen, transport, and renewables

BUSINESS GREEN | A leaked version of the European Commission's green recovery plan suggests the bloc will focus on ramping up hydrogen production and expanding renewables capacity, as well renovating Europe's housing stock and decarbonising transport systems, as its attempts to revive the bloc's coronavirus-stricken economy.


A draft document of an official plan set to be published on 27 May sheds light on what types of low-carbon investments the EU intends to prioritise through its heavily-trailed green recovery plan, as it looks to reboot the economy while moving the continent closer to its climate goals.


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