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EU Commission recommends Bulgaria and Poland to raise NECP ambitions

The European Commission has recommended to Bulgaria and Poland to raise their ambitions in line with the agreed EU targets for 2030 after assessing their draft updated National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs). The EU Commission has closed the infringement procedures that were opened against Bulgaria and Poland in December 2023 for their failure to present their NECPs and has advised them to raise their targets after considering that the aggregated impact of all the EU member’s draft NECPs was not yet sufficient to reduce net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030, as required under the 'Fit for 55' legislation. 

NECPs are key instruments to deliver on our 2030 energy and climate goals, outlining national contributions and key measures to be taken at national level so that EU countries can meet their commitments under recently agreed legislation to achieve the European Green Deal. EU countries are required to submit their final updated NECPs by 30 June 2024, considering the Commission's recommendations and individual assessments; Austria remains the only EU country not yet having submitted its draft updated NECP.

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