Denmark was 44 votes from potential biomass collapse

The EU Parliament wants biomass to play a larger role as a renewable energy source, with conditions similar to Denmark's. However, the industry is not completely thrilled with certain legislative amendments.

Wednesday was a day of jubilation for the EU renewables sector. With broad support, the EU Parliament adopted a negotiation position for a 35 percent renewables target by 2030. However, it remains to be formally adopted, as the EU Council only adopted a 27 percent target as its negotiation position last month.

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