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Powering equality – Q&A with Andrea Istenesné Solti, Country Chair of Shell Hungary

Andrea Istenesné Solti, Country Chair of Shell Hungary shares how a major international company like Shell coped with the challenges of the pandemic, speaking also about the ambitious plans and strategies that will drive its sustainability agenda.

Hungary’s transition towards a green and circular economy – interview with State Secretary Attila Steiner

State Secretary for climate change Attila Steiner about how Hungary will complete the transition towards a green and circular economy, with a focus on the coal phase-out and the transformation of the Mátra Power Plant.

Powering equality – Q&A with Laura Janssen, Senior Associate of Dentons

Laura Janssen, Senior Associate of global law firm Dentons speaks about the various opportunities of the ongoing energy transition, which offers many potential benefits for players in the energy sector who can and wish to rethink their operations in light of our climate ambitions.

Powering equality – Q&A with Barbara Botos, Hungary’s Deputy State Secretary for Climate Policy

Barbara Botos, Hungary’s Deputy State Secretary responsible for Climate Policy at the Ministry for Innovation and Technology says that the pandemic could be a unique opportunity for decisive action towards a greener and more sustainable economy.

Hungary needs a smart electricity grid – interview with Zsolt Bertalan, President of the Smart Future Innovation Cluster

Zsolt Bertalan, President of the Smart Future Innovation Cluster, speaks about the role consumers can have in the decarbonisation of the energy system and what is needed to change in the CEE region for grids to become “smart”.

Powering equality – Q&A with Arijeta Pajaziti Qerimi, Executive Director of AWESK

Arijeta Pajaziti Qerimi, Executive Director of the Association of Women in Energy Sector of Kosovo speaks about the transforming energy sector of her country and the importance of unlocking the vital and dynamic force of women to spark this change.

Lithuania’s road to carbon neutrality – interview with Vice-Minister of Energy Daiva Garbaliauskaitė

Daiva Garbaliauskaitė, Lithuania’s Deputy Minister of Energy responsible for the development of renewable energy speaks about the country’s energy transition strategy and the role of different sources in the energy mix.

A successful decarbonisation for the V4 – interview with Matúš Mišík from the Slovak Foreign Policy Association

Matúš Mišík, Associate Research Fellow at the Slovak Foreign Policy Association highlights the challenges and the potentials of full decarbonisation for the V4 countries.

Powering equality – Q&A with Krisztina Petrényiné Szabó, Group Downstream Business Development Director at MOL Group

Krisztina Petrényiné Szabó, Group Downstream Business Development Director at MOL Group shares how the COVID-19 outbreak impacted the operations of MOL Group, including the progress of strategic projects and the transformation of the Downstream segment.

Powering Equality – Q&A with Andrea Pánczél, Chair of Women in Energy Association

Andrea Pánczél, Chair and Co-founder of Women in Energy Association (WONY) speaks about the changing face of the energy industry and the crucial role of women in shaping the future of this traditionally male-dominated sector.

What’s next for TSOs on the road towards a new power system – interview with MAVIR CEO András Biczók

András Biczók, CEO of the Hungarian Transmission System Operator MAVIR speaks about the different tasks and responsibilities of the TSOs in this fast-changing environemnt, the role of renewables in the electricity sector and what to expect from 2021.

Powering equality – Q&A with Mahdjouba Belaifa, Head, Gas Market Analysis Department of GECF

Mahdjouba Belaifa Head of the Gas Market Analysis Department of GECF shares her insights about the outlook for the gas industry and also how women can take an active role in shaping the future of this traditionally male-dominated sector.

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