LMP Re-Submits Proposal on Wind Energy


The opposition LMP has again submitted its proposal on permitting the use of wind energy to parliament, the party’s co-leader told an online press briefing.


The move “is giving the government a chance to take action,” Máté Kanász-Nagy said. If sustainable energy is as important to the cabinet as they profess, they will support the initiative, he added. Kanász-Nagy called government communication on the matter “muddled”, with Prime Minister Viktor Orbán saying “he would personally ban the use of renewable energy even as outgoing [technology and industry] minister László Palkovics talked about utilising it.” Csaba Lantos, who is slated to lead the energy ministry from Dec. 1, has said wind turbines could be set up if local communities allowed them, he added.





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