EU urging Slovenia to step up its energy and climate targets

Brussels, 18 June - The EU Commission released on Tuesday the results of its assessment of member states' draft plans to implement national energy and climate strategies by 2030. It noted there was still room for improvement across the board and urged EU countries, including Slovenia, to be more ambitious in setting their targets.

TEŠ, the Šoštanj coal-fired power station, in the Savinja-Šalek region.
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