MEPs have backed Maroš Šefcovic as the European Commission’s vice-president for energy union after what they deemed a confident performance at his European Parliament hearing.
On Monday night, Mr Šefcovic outlined his plan for a European energy union resting on five pillars, the first of which should be energy security and the need to reduce the EU’s energy bill of €400bn per year.
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