Gerse, Pál
October 2015
Budapest Business Journal;10/30/2015, Vol. 23 Issue 20, p7
The author discusses the changes in the power generation of Hungary. Changes include altering the market conditions for traditional power generation, the mandatory purchase of energy from renewable energy sources (RES), and the plan to change the state of fossil-fueled generation portfolio in the country.


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