The European Commission has announced that it will allocate up to €2.4 billion obtained from the CO₂ emissions trading (ET) market in a total of 31 energy projects in Romania, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Poland, Croatia, Latvia and Lithuania . The funds will be used to plan actions that reduce greenhouse gases in sectors as varied as energy or transport, as well as to build energy efficiency projects.

The aim is to reduce these member states’ dependence on Russian fossil fuels while helping them achieve their 2030 climate and energy goals.

More details on the website of La Información.