Energy Transition

Southeast Europe Doubles Down on Low-Carbon Goals

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The energy crisis exacerbated by Russia’s war in Ukraine isn't stopping southeastern Europe from pursuing long-term goals to decarbonize and integrate their energy networks with the rest of the continent, delegates of the Belgrade Energy Forum said earlier in May.

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