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Bulgaria - Draft updated NECP 2021-2030
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2024.01.15
Bulgaria’s long-term climate change mitigation strategy to 2050 (Long-term Strategy) has been developed as part of a project to provide technical support financed by the European Union through the Structural Reform Support Programme 2020-2017 and is implemented by a consortium led by Deloitte in cooperation with the European Commission’s Structural Reform Support Service (SRSS).
The European Union (EU) sets itself high climate and energy targets for 2030 in line with the principles of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. In relation to the post-2030 climate and energy development plans, the European Commission presented and adopted its strategic vision for a low-carbon Europe by 2050. This strategic vision outlines possible avenues for Member States to present their national long-term strategies.
The two EU climate targets of climate neutrality by 2050 and at least a 55 % reduction in Union greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 compared to 1990 levels, as well as the need for contributions from all sectors, were enshrined in Union legislation with the adoption on 5 May of the so-called European Climate Law Regulation, a framework act ensuring the involvement of all sectors in achieving the targets.