When analysing the data from different perspectives, the picture changes. For energy investment per capita (Figure 2), the average is €202, with six Member States exceeding €300: Greece (€705), Italy (€467), Bulgaria (€427), Portugal (€357), Slovakia (€349) and Croatia (€302). In absolute amounts (Figure 3), Italy (€27.9 billion), Spain (€11.6 billion), France (€8.8 billion), Poland (€8.2 billion) and Greece (€7.6 billion) have the largest allocations devoted to energy, with these five NRRPs jointly investing 72.4 % of relevant resources.
NRRP energy investment per capita across the EU (€)
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