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Renewable energy –Creating lasting benefits (B-Roll)


The EU remains committed to generating 20% of its energy from renewable sources by 2020. On the occasion of the EU’s flagship event for sustainable energy, the EU Sustainable Energy Week, new audiovisual material is now available. The B-Roll shows three examples of projects that use renewable energy solutions to generate economic benefit for businesses, local communities and citizens.

Type: Shots   Reference: I-079875   Date: 26/06/2013   Duration: 20:02 Location: Belgium,Germany,Spain  
Languages: ORIGINAL,
© European Commission, 2015   /   Source: EC - EACI   /   Producer: Mostra
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