Law on climate protection
The law is based on a bill that aimed at declaring national emergency over the climate crisis. Instead, it sets targets of GHG emission reductions and a climate neutrality goal for 2050.
During the same parliamentary session, a provision allowing municipalities to regulate emergency incineration by decree was repealed. The provision also determines that the National Climate Protection Authority has access to the National Environmental Information System for its tasks related to the EU ETS.
90% carbon free electricity production by 2030.
Only e-buses will be newly deployed from 2022
The share of renewable energy sources in the country's gross final energy consumption will be at least 21 percent by 2030
Net zero - Hungary will reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by at least 40 percent by 2030 compared to 1990. Hungary will achieve complete climate neutrality by 2050.