EU members reach renewable targets early

Three members of the European Union have already achieved their renewable energy goals for 2020. 

EU member states are obligated to use renewable resources for 20 percent of their energy consumption by 2020. Eurostat reported Bulgaria, Estonia and Sweden reached their targets five years ahead of schedule.

Eurostat said Sweden had the highest share of energy from renewable resources, while Luxembourg had the lowest.
 

UPI

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