The Energy System Digitization Action Plan, which will be unveiled by the European Commission next week, will require €565 billion in infrastructure investment by the end of the decade to implement environmental plans and end dependence on Russian fossil fuels.
The purpose of the initiative, the newspaper notes, is to increase the flexibility of the energy markets of European countries.
In particular, this will allow solar panels and electric vehicles to return energy to the grid.
The plan calls for solar panels to be installed on the roofs of all commercial and public buildings by 2027 in the EU.
In addition, the initiative aims to build up to 30 million zero-emission vehicles by 2030.
Earlier, Alexander Frolov, Deputy General Director of the National Energy Institute, commented on the situation with gas in Europe in an interview with the Economics Today FBA.