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With its European Green Deal, the European Union continues to strengthen its climate objectives. It has almost doubled its climate and renewable energy targets for 2030. With its “Fit for 55” package, the EU is strengthening and extending the price of carbon, while introducing regulations, such as the end of the sale of new combustion cars from 2035. At the same time, the EU has increased its funding to support Member States, businesses and families in making the necessary investments for the transition, including in strategic sectors such as cleantech.

 

To take these discussions forward, I4CE is beginning to assess the need for climate investments at the EU level. The Institute is also analysing European public funding, particularly the one dedicated to innovation, where the EU budget can play a decisive role. I4CE also pursues its activities at the European level, in particular on financial regulation or carbon certification.

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Thomas PELLERIN-CARLIN
Thomas PELLERIN-CARLIN
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