10 May 2024

Government 2035 Commitment Tracker

The Government 2035 Commitment Tracker monitors commitments made by European governments to end their reliance on burning fossil fuels to produce electricity and shift to a fair and sustainable power system based on renewable energy.

Our tracker assesses political commitments made by governments based on their alignment with the need to phase out fossil fuels from the European power sector and replace them with renewables by 2035. Coal needs to be phased out by 2030.

This tool does not monitor or assess the implementation of these commitments.

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