Luxembourg's integrated National Energy and Climate Plan for 2021-2030
The plan establishes the following central objectives:
1) Decarbonisation: reduction of GHG emissions, increase the share of renewable energy in the gross final energy consumption by cooperating with other EU Member States;
2) Energy efficiency: new fossil-free single-purpose and residential buildings, developing renewable heating networks, preventing traffic through massive expansion of public transport and electromobility;
3) Energy security: reduce dependence on electricity imports by expanding renewable energy, intensify regional cooperation in the field of security of electricity and gas supply;
4) Internal energy market: no further development of national gas infrastructure, combining the sectors of electricity, heat and transport by means of sector coupling;
5) Research, innovation and competitiveness: implementation of a nationwide energy transition 'zero carbon', promote resilient urban and spatial development in conjunction with urban/spatial planning, Luxembourg to become an attractive location for climate solutions providers and start-up, introduction of a carbon tax increase, etc.
To increase the energy efficiency by 40-44% compared to the EU PRIMES model (2007).
To increase by25% the share of renewable energy in the gross final energy consumption.
To reduce GHG emissions by 55% compared to 2005.