May 2012
Global Energy Market Research: Slovakia;May2012, p22
Market Research Report
The article discusses the developments in the energy industries and the investment plans for energy projects. It states that Slovakia plans to invest 13.5 billion euros in electricity production by 2030. It highlights developments in nuclear energy, gas and renewable energy sectors. It cites the development of a project for a gas pipeline between Hungary and Slovakia.


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