While the most used words in 2020 were pandemic and coronavirus, the main driver of 2021 will be recovery. After summarising the most important events of last year in CEE, let's have a look at what to expect from the year that has just started.
The start of LNG supply from the Krk terminal in Croatia open a new age in Hungary’s natural gas supply, as underlined by MVM whose subsidiary MFGK started to be involved at the Krk terminal after the docking of the carrier Tristar Ruby.
Geopolitics has always been intertwined with energy. Pulitzer Prize-winning author Daniel Yergin explained it clearly in his latest book "The New Map: Energy, Climate and the Clash of Nations".
The government of Albania will launch the first tender for the construction of wind power plants and Prime Minister Edi Rama spoke about the ongoing transformation of the energy sector, which will transform Albania into an electricity exporter.
Gender inequalities are reflected in differential vulnerability and exposure to the hazards posed by climate change and addressing them is key to increase the adaptive capacities of societies.
The Transmission System Operators of the Baltic Sea Region agreed to start the preparation work for the establishment of a cooperation for the Baltic Sea offshore grid.
New Zealand’s prime minister Jacinda Ardern has declared a climate change emergency and launched a major new initiative which requires the public sector to achieve carbon neutrality by 2025.
GIE has welcomed the Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy: the EU gas infrastructure will be a key lever of the establishment of a clean, sustainable and affordable EU mobility system.