The much-heralded climate and energy package for 2030 has just been put forward by the European Commission. On greenhouse gases, the Commission proposes a 40% reduction. On renewable energy there is a 27% EU-wide target with no national-specific goals. This, however, is only the first step towards a new framework for 2030. Detailed proposals will follow, subject to the support of all Member States. Although it is a carefully crafted compromise, the EU is divided over energy and climate policy. For Poland, it will be very difficult to find allies on even less ambitious climate goals.