Decarbonizing Europe – Estonia

What are Estonia’s plans to become more sustainable?
Find out in our project Decarbonizing Europe

Estonia’s advanced level of digitalization is proven by the fact that all public services are available online. The same can’t be said for the amount of green energy used. According to IEA, coal was the major energy supplier in 2020. The European Commission is giving Estonia € 936.9 million for its Recovery and Resilience Plan. 42 percent of this budget is going for climate goals. Several investments target the introduction of more sustainable technologies in companies. These measures should help with reaching 50 percent of renewable energy consumed in the country by 2030. Green mobility is also one of the areas the plan is focusing on, with investments targeting the country’s railway network. Are you curious about how Estonia is planning to decarbonize? Read more in our stories below.

How much did Estonia emit in 2019?


Greenhouse gas emissions per capita in the EU


More greenhouse gas emissions per capita than the EU average

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All the stories about Estonia in this project: