According to the best-case scenario, commercial gas deliveries from the south would be sufficient for Hungary to manage the heating season up until sometime in March.
Hungary ranked 13th out of 32 countries in terms of measures to reduce CO2 emissions.
The project, worth a total 2 billion dollars and scheduled to be complete by 2025, will facilitate fast shipping of Chinese goods to Europe via Greek ports.
Minister Palkovics said Hungary had decided to manufacture military hardware domestically with the inclusion of foreign technological partners.
László Palkovics said using development opportunities offered by strong ties in car manufacturing and research and development were especially important in the Hungarian economy.
László Palkovics discussed using hydrogen as a source of energy and opportunities for energy cooperation between Hungary and Serbia.
The transformation of Hungary’s waste management system will help the government develop a circular economy and recycle an increasing proportion of waste.
“The government aims for Hungary’s economy to be Hungarian, green and high tech,” László Palkovics said.
László Palkovics outlined the government’s healthcare goals for the new parliament at a Semmelweis Day celebration at the ZalaZONe Test Track Conference Center in Zalaegerszeg on Thursday.
Hungary’s technology and industry minister provided an update on the country’s energy situation following talks with the EU’s energy commissioner in Luxembourg.
Minister Palkovics said the Hungarian government would consider the system of Germany’s “nine-euro” public transport pass.
László Palkovics said that strengthening Hungary's energy independence, ensuring affordable energy to meet increasing demand, and promoting sustainability and environmental goals are the government's top priorities.