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Central Europe Must Use the Coal Crisis to Fuel the Green Energy Transition ⋆ Visegrad Insight

With the cold winter at our doorsteps, we cannot allow populists to shackle the CEE to cheap Russian fossil fuels.

After the Russian invasion of Ukraine and sanctions imposed over the warmongering of Putin’s regime, most energy resources — gas, oil, coal and even uranium for some of the nuclear power plants — come from the east, and its flow is coming to a halt.

Editor’s Pick: Climate Change Denial — The Soft Underbelly of Europe

The crisis sparked by the Russian war could speed up the region’s energy transition and strengthen the CEE’s energy independence. Now, with the modern carbon-neutral technologies and European Union funding, energy sustainability and independence are closer than ever.

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2022-09-20 02:49:31

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