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41. South Korea to increase solar power generation by five times by 203020.12.2017   17:23 
South Korea said it plans to increase its solar-generated power by five times current amounts by 2030 to boost use of renewable sources in the nation’s energy mix, Reuters reported.   Since President Moon Jae-in came to power in May on a platform of cutting South Korea’s reliance on
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42. Baseload power will continue to have an essential role for many decades19.12.2017    
The interview is published in the November issue of the UTILITIES Magazine What is the current status of nuclear energy globally and in Europe – especially after COP21 and the Clean Energy package proposal? Do you expect a transition from "green energy policy" to "low
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43. France will not follow Germany’s example by phasing out nuclear energy, Macron says18.12.2017   16:42 
French President Emmanuel Macron said he would not follow Germany’s example by phasing out nuclear energy in France because his priority was to cut carbon emissions and shut down polluting coal-fired production, Reuters reported as referred to an interview of French President for
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44. Hungary Plans Big Boost in Solar Power Generation15.12.2017   11:53 
Hungary will relax rules on the construction of small solar power plants and subsidize loans to landowners as part of efforts to promote renewable energy, Reuters reported.    The country’s sole nuclear power plant currently provides over half of Hungary’s electricity,
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