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Renewables in Hungary’s district heating sector and their roadblocksUploaded: 4 of January, 2022

Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research (REKK) estimates that to meet its DH decarbonisation goals by 2030, Hungary would need to increase the share of renewables in the sector by 100 megawatts of thermal capacity per year. The Centre also suggests that while both geothermal and biomass carry a great economic potential for Hungary, the existing regulatory framework creates barriers that discourage potential investments in the expansion of geothermal and biomass.

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