With the merger of PKN Orlen and PGNiG, Poland’s newly formed energy giant will use nuclear, hydrogen, and other green investments to move the country towards a zero-emission future. The new company will not only control the oil and gas market but will lead the way in terms of hydrogen-based energy. In addition, the merged […]
The environment ministers of the European Union agreed on a 35 percent reduction on carbon dioxide emissions from cars and vans until the year 2030. Visegrad states suggested 30 percent, after lengthy negotiations a compromise was made.
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