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Why is Hungary switching from gas to geothermal energy?

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Why is Hungary switching from gas to geothermal energy?

Why is Hungary switching from gas to geothermal energy?

The Hungarian city of Szeged is partially reliant on Russian gas despite a recent shift to geothermal energy solutions.

Nevertheless, the transition is ongoing, Tamas Medgyes from the District Heating Company of Szeged told Euronews that other cities can do the same.


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