28 September 2016

The European Fund for Strategic Investments was established in 2015 to power-charge post-crisis Europe and provide a much-needed impulse for de-carbonising its economies. Yet, during its first year, the fund leveraged EUR 1.5 billion for fossil fuel infrastructure, and 68% of transport investment is destined for carbon-intensive projects. This report shows why the Investment Plan for Europe does not drive the sustainable energy transition.

26 September 2016

This research demonstrates that half of all European Union citizens could be producing their own electricity by 2050, and meeting 45% of the EU's energy demand. Our energy market is switching from fossil fuels and nuclear to renewable energy, but it's also shifting from a centralised market dominated by large utilities to one in which people produce their own energy and help to manage demand. Without these "energy citizens", the  transition to a 100% renewable energy system won't be possible.

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