Lantos: Energy Supply Secure

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In terms of both electricity and gas supply, there is security of supply in Hungary, stated Minister of Energy Csaba Lantos at the round table discussion on this topic organized by the 32nd Bálványosi Summer Free University and Student Camp, according to business daily Világgazdaság.

The minister explained that the high-voltage power line system has been built over the past 12-13 years, and the energy supply is continuously guaranteed.

Lantos also touched on the fact that there are periods when solar panels can supply Hungary with electricity, and there are hours when the country is completely carbon-free.

In relation to the gas supply, he emphasized that Hungary has a stable and robust gas network and is connected to all neighboring countries except Slovenia by two-way compressors and pipelines, which provide opportunities for both import and export.

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