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Gas storage to play a key role in the future energy industry – interview with MFGT CEO Ákos Kriston

Ákos Kriston, CEO of Hungary’s Gas Storage (MFGT) speaks about the company’s decarbonisation’s efforts, including the deployment of hydrogen technologies and the important role of gas storage in the future energy industry.

On the road to making Europe climate neutral – interview with European Commissioner for Energy Kadri Simson

European Commissioner for Energy Kadri Simson speaks about the strategies adopted by the EU and the role played by alternative fuels and renewables to increase countries’ energy diversification while decreasing their energy dependence.

European gas puzzle: the TurkStream project – interview with Deputy CEO of construction, Erich Jurdik

Dr Erich Jurdik, Deputy CEO of construction of TurkStream speaks about the state of the TurkStream project and its impact on the region’s energy security as well as the future role of gas in Europe’s ongoing energy transition.

CEE: a very exciting region that may provide global leadership – interview with NEA Director-General William D. Magwood

William D. Magwood IV, Director-General of the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) speaks about the importance of nuclear to reach carbon neutrality by 2050 and the CEE region as one of the most exciting regions in the world.

Hungary calls for climate convergence – interview with State Secretary for Energy and Climate Péter Kaderják

Péter Kaderják, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Policy at the Hungarian Ministry for Innovation and Technology speaks about the country’s future energy mix and the social aspect of the energy transition.

A clear wind of change that might be turning East – interview with European Commission’s VP Frans Timmermans

Frans Timmermans, Vice President of the European Commission speaks about what the Commission has in store to reach the new emission reduction target and the importance of energy transition for Central and Eastern European countries.

The importance to have cleaner energy in the retail business – interview with Shell Retail’s Executive VP István Kapitány

István Kapitány, Global Executive Vice President for Shell's Retail business, speaks about the company’s journey through the energy transition and how, especially in the retail area, it is important to have cleaner energy.

We must prepare for the new world – interview with MET Group CEO Benjamin Lakatos

Benjamin Lakatos, CEO of MET Group, speaks about the importance of energy diversification and the role that both natural gas and renewables will play in the company’s future.

Tesco’s sustainable and business goals in CEE – interview with Matt Simister, CEO of Tesco Central Europe

Matt Simister, CEO of Tesco Central Europe speaks about the company’s support to local communities during the coronavirus of crisis as well as the sustainable and business goals of the Group.

A digital and sustainable champion – interview with Attila Kiss, CEO of E.ON Hungária

Attila Kiss, Chairman and CEO of E.ON Hungária, speaks about what does it mean for the company to act sustainably and how are they preparing for the challenges of the 21st century.

Debunking the myth around sustainable investments – interview with Marcel Janssen

Marcel Janssen, Partner at Dentons, speaks about the future directions of green finance and the company’s efforts to address sustainable transformation.

Scale-up investments and innovation key to energy transition – interview with IEA’s László Varró

László Varró, Chief Economist of the International Energy Agency, speaks about the challenges and opportunities of the energy transition and the renewable future of our continent.

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McKinsey: demand for fossil fuels will not return to pre-COVID growth path

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