Watch: Hungary Sees Demand for Solar Energy Reach All-Time High

  • 24 Nov 2022 1:13 PM
Watch: Hungary Sees Demand for Solar Energy Reach All-Time High
Europe's energy crisis is shining a light on the need to invest in renewable energy sources.

In Hungary, the demand for solar power systems in homes reached an all-time high this year.

Gabor Tarai, Deputy CEO of EU Solar, and Andras Sebok, Managing Director of Platio explain why they think solar power is the fastest and most effective way to achieve energy independence.

MTI Photo: Péter Lendvai

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