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The average per household cost of electricity is 4-5 percent in Germany of overall outgoings and in Poland about 10 percent.


20 years ago it was nearly 100 percent. Last year it was 55 percent, and now it is even less. This year, for the first time in the history Ankara’s dependence on supplies of Russian gas has dropped below 50 percent.


Solar power capacity in Europe, for example, is already 4 times bigger than in the US; it's almost half of the world's total.


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The wind power industry is growing fast, and already employs some 300,000 Europeans.


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Italy - energy independence at the level of 25 - 23%, Poland - energy independence at the level of 74-75%


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The global value of investment in renewable energy has decreased in the third quarter by 43% compared with 2015, and amounted to USD 42.4 billion.


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Funding from ECA supports national export of goods and services by providing foreign customers with long-term loans of up to 85% of a nuclear project, with very favorable interest rates.


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Sweden has recently resigned from a penalty tax on producing nuclear energy. This led to a decision by the Swedish energy suppliers to extend the life of currently operating reactors, in order to maintain this environment safe energy source.


Since Germany began to decommission reactors, an increase in CO2 emission has been observed. Alongside, the Germans saw an rise in the prices of electricity, as well as greater volatility in electrical grid.


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