Hungarian Conservative

Tag: fossil fuels

Weeks of farmers’ protests across Europe seem to have broken Brussels, with the European Commission making significant concessions to disgruntled farmers. However, quick symptomatic treatments will not resolve the deep-rooted
The two-hundredth aircraft has arrived at Wizz Air, reducing the average age of the airline’s fleet to 4.2 years. The new Airbus A321neo model is joining the London–Luton airport base,
Palkovics emphasized that approximately 20 per cent of Hungary’s energy mix is consumed in the transport sector, primarily relying on fossil fuels. This dependence poses a considerable challenge to transitioning
The statement quoted Wizz Air CEO József Váradi as commenting that receiving the CAPA international sustainability award for the second consecutive year is a great honour. The recognition confirms
According to the calculations of a study commissioned by two EP groups and those of the Hungarian Makronóm Institute show that the European Union’s energy policy is fundamentally flawed, and
Wizz Air announced a partnership with Firefly Green Fuels. Firefly produces sustainable aviation fuel from sewage sludge. The aim of the partnership is to further decrease the carbon footprint of
America went from being a net energy importer to a net energy exporter. Today, US energy sources are more diversified and abundant than ever before.