Italy’s Recovery plan might allocate €10 billion of EU funding to tax credits that favor fossil gas heating systems in buildings.
Slovakian draft Recovery plan would allocate €3 billion for green, climate-friendly investment. But it can still do much better on energy efficiency, transport and participation.
While one third of primary energy consumption in Hungary takes place in residential buildings, EU-funded programs leave more than 95% of homes without any meaningful contribution to boost their [...]
In Latvia, the current draft of the Recovery Plan presents a low level of ambition on energy efficiency, despite the urgent need to renovate the buildings stock.
A well-funded support plan in favour of rural sustainable development can play a decisive role in ensuring a genuine just and ecological transition in Spain’s rural areas.
Bulgaria will allocate some Recovery money to the modernisation of its buildings stock. But the proposed renovation measures go without much needed reforms and are far off targets.
In the Estonian region of Ida-Virumaa, a well-designed Just Transition Plan will phase out shale oil and replace it with greener and more efficient heating solutions.