Estonia needs a clear decision and concrete plan for a 100% renewable energy trajectory, which is clean and affordable to all, based on energy sufficiency and energy democracy. The government has adopted the goal to cover local consumption by 100% renewable electricity by year 2030, yet plans to execute this are vague and commitment is ill-measured. NECP can be the tool to set proper decision-making processes and execution plans.
Estonia – climate action progress in figures
Check Estonia’s implementation of its National Energy and Climate Plan
Estonia has adopted the ambitious goal to produce the same amount of electricity that is annually consumed in Estonia (100%) from renewable energy sources by 2030, yet plans to achieve this are vague and no clear phase out date for using oil shale is set. The NECP update could be the tool to set proper decision-making processes and execution plans for this and other climate targets, but currently it’s only the sum of already existing strategic documents and plans.
If we were to tell you in one minute everything about EU National and Energy Climate Plans (NECPs), this is how we’d do it. Watch the video and see by yourself the links between National Energy and Climate Plans and our day-to-day European lives.