- EU clean-energy transition might see 'investment risks' from Covid-19, power sector group warns
- Ministerial meeting
MLex: EU utilities are facing the ‘twin challenge’ of lower demand and revenues due to governments’ moratoria on electricity bills amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis and will thus see their capacity to invest in the EU-driven clean-energy transition reduced, the chief of power sector group Eurelectric told MLex. The warning comes as the impact of the pandemic on the energy sector will be discussed in an informal videoconference of EU ministers expected on April 28, MLex understands.
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