Ukraine's Pivot to Clean Energy Underscores Wider Shift

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Many policymakers around the world have said the energy crisis creates urgency to move toward renewables and away from fossil fuels, even if fossil fuels have seen some temporary upticks to keep the lights on. Perhaps the most powerful example of this shift in thinking comes from Ukraine itself, which is planning a major revamp of its energy mix. War damage and desperate times are forcing the country to use more fossil fuels this winter, including coal, but in the medium-to-long term Kiev is determined to become a significant green energy producer and even export production to neighboring markets in Europe, Ukrainian business leaders Energy Intelligence.

Renewable Electricity , Biofuels (incl. SAF), Hydrogen, Low-Carbon Policy, Policy and Regulation, Nuclear Policy
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