Portugal’s energy transition in turmoil as PM resigns over ‘green’ projects

The announcement of investigations into alleged corruption at two lithium mining projects, a green hydrogen project and a green data centre led to the resignation on Tuesday of prime minister António Costa, throwing Portugal’s energy transition programme into turmoil.

by Richard Weyndling

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