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Unused Potential: Renewable Energy Sources in Ukraine

The crisis in the East of Europe has highlighted a number of weaknesses of the Ukrainian energy sector: excessive dependence on Russia, grid instability, economic inefficiency and lack of flexibility. Paradoxically, renewable energy sources, discussed until recently in terms of unnecessary luxury, can become part of the solution of the Ukrainian energy equation - writes Zuzanna Nowak

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