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Nuclear Power

In Hungary, nuclear energy plays a decisive role in the national energy mix, While in 2006, only 38 percent of the country’s electricity came from nuclear fission, by 2014 that proportion had risen to over 53 percent. It is predicted that a rate of around 50 percent will be permanent in the near future.

Hydro Power

Hydroelectricity is not prevalent in Hungary due to unsuitable geographical conditions and civil resentment. The country’s capacity of hydroelectricity was 57 MWs in 2015.

Wind Power

The installed capacity of wind power in Hungary was 329 MW as of April 2011. Most of wind farms are in the Kisalföld region. As of 1 April 2011, there were 39 operational wind farms in Hungary, with 172 turbines and 329 MW of installed capacity.

Solar Power

Hungary currently has a capacity of 2 gigawatts (GW) solar capacity and the government aims to achieve a three-fold increase by 2030.

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