Since the Heads of the member states agreed on ambitious EU energy and climate goals for 2050 (80-95 percent emissions reductions compared to 1990 levels), discussions on energy technologies seem to go along the same lines: Technologies are available and demonstrate their potential for CO2 emission reduction; Policymakers understand their benefits and industry is ready to deliver; Myriads of support schemes and funding programmes are available, at regional, national and European le...

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