European energy ministers met in Brussels on 24 November amid the ongoing row over the introduction of binding targets for energy efficiency as part of the EU’s  plans for a carbon-reduced Europe for 2020.

Ministers are gathering in the European Council to present a set of progress reports on how member states can best meet the challenge of reducing energy use by the end of the decade. Energy efficiency, one one of the key parts of the EU’s 20-20-20 plans for a carbon-red...

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