The European Commission is urging EU national governments to prioritize using EU economic recovery fund money to promote renewables, energy efficiency and clean transport, it said Sept. 17. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now The draft, Eur672.5-billion ($793 billion) EU Recovery and Resilience Facility is part of the EU’s Eur750 billion NextGenerationEU economy recovery fund intended to kick-start EU economies after the pandemic lockdowns while supporting the EU’s energy transition to becoming climate neutral by 2050. The EC has put investing in “future-proof clean technologies” and developing and using more renewables as the first priority area. The second priority area is renovating public and private buildings to improve energy efficiency. This is intended […]