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Negotiations finished at 2:00 a.m. this morning in Brussels, where the European Council was working on getting all EU Member States to form a joint position on making Europe’s economy carbon-free by 2050.
Süli told the Budapest Energy Summit that climate policy goals cannot be fulfilled without nuclear energy and nuclear plants are capable of providing non-stop power for both the industrial sector and consumers
The prime minister pointed out that Fidesz supports nuclear energy and renewable energy sources equally. However, the Hungarian people cannot pay the additional costs of renewable energy sources, and it now appears that nuclear energy will be the cheapest solution