ePURE joins 18 other EU associations representing important and innovative economic sectors in reacting to the European Commission's recent report on defining sustainable investments, the so-called 'Taxonomy Regulation'.
"A more solid and coherent approach is now required to provide the clarity, objectivity and predictability needed in order to accelerate investments in sustainable solutions, guarantee affordable financing, safeguard energy supply security at acceptable cost, but also boost innovation and competitiveness in Europe," the statement reads.
The statement calls on the Commission to apply some key principles. Going forward, the future Taxonomy:
To download the full statement, click here.