The National Energy and Climate (ENCP) Plan is a national document following the EU's regulation EU/2018/1999 aiming to outline national targets in line with the bloc's greenhouse gases emissions targets. This plan covers all five dimensions of the EU regulation: decarbonisation, energy efficiency, energy security, internal energy markets and research, innovation and competitiveness.
The plan is based on the the multi-year energy programme and in the national low-carbon strategy. The plan brings quantitative targets: reduction of GHG emissions by 39,5 % compared to 1990; reduction of final energy consumption by 17% compared to 2012; reduction in primary fossil energy consumption by 36% compared to 2012; and 33% increase in the consumption of energy from renewable sources relative to 2020.
- 1Name: Share of renewables (%)Value: 30Base year: -Target year: 2030Comments: Gross final energy consumption
- 2Name: Share of renewables (%)Value: 55Base year: -Target year: 2030Comments: -
- 3Name: GHG emissions reduction (%)Value: 60Base year: -Target year: 2030Comments: Target reference is Baseline scenario
- 4Name: Share of renewables (%)Value: 65Base year: -Target year: 2030Comments: Gross electricity consumption