Jakub Groszkowski, Executive Director of CEEP reflects on the hydrogen and decarbonised gas market package which came in a very specific time making the energy security and resilience of the gas sector an important part of the package, especially concerning CEE.
Iurie Dolghier, Director of Moldovatransgaz writes about the main goals for the company which include the alignment with the Third Energy Package and securing the natural gas transmission for domestic consumers as well as for transit.
Miroslav Lopour, business economist at Deloitte is looking back at 2021 assessing the energy sector: one may say that future looks bright, however, at a close look, this argument does not stand, at least in the CEE region.
Europe’s power market: acceptable energy costs and long term security of supply needs today’s rules reshaped
Eryk Kłossowski, Artur Świętanowski and Maciej Jakubik from PSE write about Europe’s current exposure and vulnerability which should be blamed mainly on the current power market design.
Angelin Tsatchev, Executive Director and a member of the Management Board of the Electricity System Operator writes about his clear vision for solving the urgent tasks facing our energy transformation.
The energy sector occupies a critical role in the overall economy of Georgia as the largest receiver of FDIs. Georgia is also a net energy importer with a large hydropower endowment but untapped potential for other RES.
Ádám Karakas, Principal at Boston Consulting Group (BCG) writes about Germany which has pledged serious decarbonisation goals, serving as a close-to-home example for CEE.
Marcin Szczudło, Vice President of PGNiG Retail Branch speaks about the potential of LNG bunkering in Poland and beyond and the use of CNG and LNG in the transport sector.
Politicians and experts have listed various causes for the extreme price volatility. Tibor Fehér, Head of the Department of Foreign Affairs at MVM Group highlights only two, which are politically sensitive and interrelated: the role of Russia and the role of the EU energy and climate policy.
Fit-for-55 Package ambitions in light of prospects of decarbonising the Hungarian heavy-duty transport sector
Lajos Veér, Manager of Operations and Energy Procurement at EUROWAG writes about the lack of improvement towards decarbonising the heavy-duty transport sector and the uncertainties posed by the Fit-for-55 package.
Torben Brabo, GIE President speaks about the advantages of using LNG to reach the decarbonisation targets and the role played by other gaseous fuels and hydrogen.