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The European Union is helping these islands to go renewable
by James Ellsmoor, Contributor
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11 March 2019
On 11 March 2019 Forbes reported:
With an aim to help make islands more self-sufficient, prosperous and sustainable, the European Union has recently launched its Clean Energy for EU Islands project. Twenty-six islands across 10 European nations have been selected due to their potential to successfully establish a high-quality energy transition and as a result of their varying geographical locations. Phase one of the project will see the first six islands -- the Aran Islands (Ireland), Cres-Losinj (Croatia), Sifnos (Greece), Culatra (Portugal), Salina (Italy), and La Palma (Spain).
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of science and government, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
The progress made on these islands will be used as the blueprint for future development of the other 2,200 inhabited islands that are part of the EU as well as help shape policy on the mainland.
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