Slovenia supports carbon neutrality for EU by 2050, PM says
Brussels, 12 December - Slovenia wants the EU to have a carbon-neutral footprint by 2050, the country's Prime Minister Marjan Šarec said as he arrived in Brussels for an EU summit on Thursday. He added that Slovenia would not be able to reach this goal without shutting down the Šoštanj thermal power plant, which covers 25% of the country's energy needs.
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