EU energy-saving law hit by amendments avalanche

Reuters: Plans to improve the European Union's record on energy saving risk stalling over hundreds of highly technical amendments, including one that could be good for Germany and its giant utilities, but bad for poorer nations. Denmark has made moving towards a political deal on the EU's Energy Efficiency Directive a priority for its six-month tenure as president of the 27-member bloc. It argues saving energy through measures such as better building insulation would create jobs and help to reduce reliance......

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