BRUSSELS, March 24 (Reuters) - European Union leaders gave a push to renewable energy on Friday, eyeing tougher targets for sources like wind and solar power as the 25-nation bloc tries to reduce its dependence on foreign energy suppliers. An EU official said a summit of EU leaders called on the executive European Commission to study raising the share of renewables to 15 percent of energy consumed in the EU by 2015 from a target of 12 percent by 2010. Written conclusions from the summit ...
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