Hungary is planning to phase out coal-fired electricity generation by 2030 to help reduce emissions and tackle climate change. The country's main strategy to meet the growing need of power is to reduce the energy dependency by use of renewable and nuclear sources.
South Koreaʼs Bumchun Precision plans to build a HUF13.3bn (EUR41m) plant supplying parts for electric cars in northern Hungary. The Hungarian government will provide HUF2.65bn for the construction of the plant, which will create 200 jobs.
Deputy Minister of the Environment Slawomir Mazurek said the government would be hard on illegal incineration of waste in Poland. Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki even threatened to ban the import of waste until the system was adapted to achieve its goals.