EU approves Hungary to expand Poksh nuclear power plant
On March 6, European regulators approved Hungary to expand the Poksh nuclear power plant, which will expand Russia's influence on other countries' energy policies. Russia has been actively promoting its interests in the EU. EU state aid regulators say the planned government measures will ensure that their operators do not receive over-compensation or take an unfair advantage over other energy suppliers. The EU's approval removes the last major obstacle to site upgrades. The site's power generation accounts for more than half of the country's electricity generation.