TALLINN - The government at a sitting on Thursday approved Estonia's positions on two climate neutrality strategies by the European Commission -- the state supports both the European strategy for climate neutral economy as well as the hydrogen strategy.
The EU energy system is in need of in-depth reorganization in order for the European green objectives to be met as currently, the energy system generates 75 percent of the European Union's greenhouse gas emissions. With the strategy for the integration of EU energy systems, a cross-sectoral framework will be drawn ...
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