By Joe McNamee, ESPN Staff WriterIn an effort to curb rising greenhouse gas emissions from the power sector, the European Union has launched a new green energy formula that requires consumers to pay extra for the right to access energy from green mountain sources.
The European Commission said the new formula will make it easier for consumers to access and use renewable energy and will increase the cost of energy consumption.
The formula will also allow for more flexibility when it comes to energy use, according to a statement by the European Commission.
The Commission will also encourage companies to increase the efficiency of the energy sector by using green energy, as well as make it easy for consumers and communities to switch energy sources.
“Green Mountain Energy is the first step towards the European Green Climate Fund,” said the Commission’s chief executive, Jean-Claude Juncker, in the statement.
“The Fund will help countries to achieve a strong and sustainable transition to renewable energy, including the transition to clean and renewable energy.”
The European Union is one of several countries that are investing in green energy technologies to reduce greenhouse gas pollution.
The United States has also launched a pilot program to provide energy assistance to businesses that have solar panels installed on their roofs.
The green mountain formula is being piloted in the EU, but it will apply to energy consumption by consumers in all 27 member states.
The formula will require consumers to have a smart energy bill, including smart meters that measure the use of energy.
The Green Mountain Energy Formula, announced Tuesday, is designed to help consumers understand the costs and benefits of green energy.
It will allow consumers to opt for renewable energy if they choose.
It is part of the Commissions ambitious goal to bring green energy production to 75% of the EU’s energy mix by 2030.
Green Mountain sources of electricity include solar panels, wind turbines, and geothermal plants.
The energy-efficient plants are made of solar panels and wind turbines.
The renewable energy comes from renewable energy sources like wind, solar and geophysical power.
Energy from green sources such as wind, water, and bioenergy can be cheaper than conventional sources such a coal-fired power plant.
But it also comes with risks.
Green energy has higher carbon dioxide emissions than conventional energy, and its use can produce toxic air pollution, and more carbon dioxide than conventional power.
The EUs Green Mountain Fuel, which has a green-energy content of up to 10%, can be used to make biodiesel, a blend of renewable and conventional fuels.
In addition, green-fueled vehicles can provide a low-carbon transportation option.
The Commission is encouraging consumers to take advantage of the new fuel and the green energy benefits of renewable energy.
“This new formula provides an affordable and easy-to-access solution to consumers, as it is a significant step towards increasing the energy efficiency of all energy sources,” Juncker said in the Commission statement.
“By implementing this fuel-efficient fuel, the Commission is strengthening the European economy by reducing the need for investment in fossil fuel and energy intensive sectors.”
Juncker said that the new green formula will allow the Commission to work towards creating a European energy strategy that is “based on sound science and the rule of law.”
The new formula also offers incentives for businesses and individuals to reduce energy use.
The fuel-efficiency fuel will cost up to 3.3 euros per kilowatt-hour per year.
The Fuel is also being made available through a pilot project that provides energy assistance for businesses that are transitioning to green energy from conventional sources.
The Fuel is an energy-saving fuel that can reduce CO2 emissions by 5 percent.
The fuel has been developed by German renewable energy company ABB.