June 10, 2020 – press release: German Associations Demand Removal of Regulatory Hurdles to Achieve the EU’s Climate Targets

In December 2019, the European Union has published a roadmap for fighting climate change and environmental degradation. This European Green Deal contains concrete climate goals for making the EU’s economy sustainable.

In July 2020, Germany took over the presidency of the European Council and has the position to initiate impactful legislative and regulatory changes. German associations are increasing the pressure on national politics to bring initiatives for climate protection on the way.

Electrochaea supports the demands of the German Energy Storage Systems Association (BVES) for regulatory changes to strengthen the role of energy storage companies. Those are substantial to reach the EU’s climate goals […]


Read the full press release in English or German to find out more.