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European Commission considers raising renewable energy targets for 2030

To this end, it discusses the possibility of faster authorization rules for new projects and a solar strategy that could make solar panels mandatory on the ceilings of all new buildings.

Portugal no longer produces electricity from coal since the closure of the thermoelectric production of the Pego plant in 2021

The Environment Minister assured that the Government has no intention of recovering electricity production from coal and considered that "retreating into coal" is "retreating to insecurity".

Portuguese factories are the second most polluting in Europe

The data are from Pordata, whose director speaks of a "very polluting" industry and which also has "a long way to go". 

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