EU’s Green Deal Industrial Plan: Energy storage left out but trade group EASE optimistic
The European Union’s Green Deal Industrial Plan has been welcomed by the European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE), although more detailed pledges of support for energy storage included in a leaked draft seen by the industry group were absent from the final publication. The Green Deal Industrial Plan, to boost the bloc’s industrial competitiveness and support its path to carbon neutrality, was unveiled yesterday by the European Commission (EC), following commission president Ursula von der Leyen’s announcement of it at January’s World Economic Forum.
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