While modern district heating systems can significantly contribute to the integration of renewable energy in order to decarbonise our energy system, many of the existing systems in Central and Eastern Europe are still highly inefficient and heavily reliant on fossil fuels, such as oil, fossil gas or coal.
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The Hungarian government confirmed the closure of the coal units at Matra, thereby bringing forward the country's coal phase-out by 5 years.
Hungary is the sixth European country to bring forward its coal phase out plan, announcing that it will shut its last coal plant in 2025.
Hungary is now the sixth European country to bring forward its coal phase out plan, announcing closure of last remaining plant in 2025.
The Greek Prime Minister and Hungarian President have just announced that they will phase out all coal-powered electricity production by 2028 and 2030.
The Greek Prime Minister and Hungarian President have announced that their countries will phase out all coal-powered electricity production by […]
‘Sky-rocketing’ EU carbon prices could mean Hungary is the first country in eastern Europe to set an exit date for […]