Plan to interconnect Europe's electricity grids could be scrapped

A plan to link up 15 percent of Europe's electricity networks is now at risk of being scrapped as several EU member countries are opposed.

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Last year, the EU set a target that 15 percent of Europe's electricity grids must be interconnected by 2020 in order to reach the EU's 2030 renewables target and fulfill the ambition of an energy union.

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