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Ljubljana – Slovenia is counting on nuclear in its energy transition since renewable sources alone will not suffice to cover the production shortfall once coal is phased out given that the country has missed many opportunities already, Infrastructure Minister Jernej Vrtovec said on Tuesday. “There is potential for more photovoltaic plants and four hydro power plants.
Greece will introduce legislation on renewables in order to become one of the main generators of offshore wind power in the Mediterranean
The EU must use nuclear energy to ensure its energy independence, only alternative sources will not be enough. This was announced on Tuesday in Luxembourg by the Slovenian Minister of Infrastructure Ernej Vartovec, who is chairing an extraordinary meeting of the EU Council at the level of energy ministers, convened to discuss the energy crisis, TASS reports.
The reduction of 1.1 billion euros in electricity bills of all consumers will be brought about in the next 4 years through the electricity interconnection of the islands and the consequent reduction of the cost of Utilities, according to the data presented today by the Minister of Environment and Energy Costas Skrekas speaking to energypress conference on renewables and energy storage.