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    Hungary : Incoming energy minister supports wind energy in Hungary


    November 17, 2022 - TendersInfo - News

     

      Csaba Lantos, who has been tapped to head the new independent energy ministry to be set up by the government, is a vocal supporter of increasing the role of wind energy in Hungary.

      Gergely Gulyas, Head of the Prime Minister's Office, said Csaba Lantos, who has been tapped to head the new independent energy ministry to be set up by the government, is a vocal supporter of increasing the role of wind energy in Hungary, so his appointment is in line with recently prepared legislation to change the regulation of wind turbines.

      The government proceeded with that independently from the change of ministers, as part of its effort to access European Union recovery funding in the sector, Gulyas said. Lantos is an economist with excellent management skills, and renowned for his work as the leader of the natural gas trader MET group, Gulyas said.

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