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Wednesday, 04 May 2011

Energy ministers discuss carbon-free Europe

Energy policies of Member States will have to be harmonised, even after the implementation of the EU’s Energy Strategy 2020; therefore the objectives should be identified until 2030, and then to 2050, stressed National Development Minister, Tamás Fellegi, during the informal meeting of EU Energy Ministers, held in Gödöllő, on 3 May 2011. The meeting was focused on Energy Roadmap 2050, which aimed at the establishment of a low carbon energy system, and the EU’s external energy relations. Tamás Fellegi pointed out during the meeting that, “During the term of the Hungarian Presidency, discussions started on the documents, which could possibly determine the possible directions and the system  needed in the energy policy for decades to come.”  In addition to Commissioner Günther Oettinger attendance, the meeting was also joined by CEO of the International Energy Agency (IEA), Nobuo Tanaka, and representatives of several non-EU Member States of Europe.

Source: Hungarian Presidency