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Who is walking the walk on renewable energy?
The EU's renewable energy directive sets a collective, binding target that 20% of energy consumed by EU members must come from renewable sources by 2020. To achieve this, every EU country has committed to reach its own national renewables target, ranging from 10% in Malta to 49% in Sweden.
With 2020 just around the corner, we’ve taken a look at a few of these targets and how far the countries are from meeting them. As you can see, there are large differences between the targets and the rate of progress at the last measurement.