The Ukraine as a possible European Energy Hub?

Ukraine has the potential to be an energy leader in Europe, assisting the continent in diversifying its energy supply and supporting its climate efforts. While Ukraine still relies on coal for 30 percent of its energy mix, a quarter of its energy comes from nuclear power. In addition to having expertise in nuclear energy to share with its European neighbors, Ukraine is also developing markets and know-how in wind, solar, and hydropower. These growing industries can lay the foundation for clean energy exports within a common European framework for decades to come. Ukraine is already sending electrons to Moldova and […]

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