Europe has become increasingly dependent from foreign fuel supply. At the same time, support of renewable energy development programs has been declining in recent years and hence makes Europe more vulnerable to foreign influence. Furthermore, latest reports show that exploitation of fossil fuels becomes more and more challenging and expensive. We need a new energy roadmap for Europe that acknowledges changing conditions of external suppliers in terms of political reliance as well as upcoming shortages in fossil fuels due to scarce resources.
The aim of EuroSEF-2014 is to find the answers on how to reduce energy dependency, to create a business platform for meetings, negotiations, discussions and space for innovative ideas on how to solve the energy issue by switching to the renewables.
Today, on EuroSEF-2014 we put on table the question of speed development of renewables in Europe again. The EU should not stop at achieving 20% of renewable energy in energy balance until 2020.
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