New ambitions in biomethane, greater flexibility in LNG supplies – interview with PGNiG PKN ORLEN’s Central Branch Director
We sat down with PGNiG PKN ORLEN's Central Branch Director, Iwona Waksmundzka-Olejniczak to discuss the ORLEN Group's new 2030 strategy and the company's existing and future LNG suppliers.
Leveraging EU funds in the global battery value chain – interview with President of PSPA, Maciej Mazur
We sat down with the President of PSPA, Maciej Mazur to hear more about the key findings from a recent report on the regional electromobility industry.
Managing the energy crisis, introducing a clean transport zone, investing in hydrogen – interview with Mayor of Wrocław, Jacek Sutryk
We sat down with Wrocław's Mayor, Jacek Sutryk to get an insight into the city's response to the recent energy crisis and plans for sustainable development going forward.
How Romania can be ahead of the curve of the green transition – interview with Lara Tassan Zanin, head of the EIB Group in...
We spoke with Lara Tassan Zanin, Head of the EIB Group office in Romania about the sectors that were more attractive, the challenges of bringing more private investments and the role of the State in changing people’s mindset towards the green energy transition.
Hungary set for hydrogen-powered railway system pilot project – interview with Gáspár Balázs, Alstom Hungary’s CEO and Managing Director
On the sidelines of this year’s Budapest Hydrogen Summit, we sat down with the CEO and Managing Director of Alstom Hungary to talk about the company’s role in Hungary’s green transition - with a particular focus on hydrogen and its future in railway transportation.
Q&A with Csaba Lantos, Hungary’s Minister of Energy
Only a few months after he took office, we spoke with Hungary's Energy Minister Csaba Lantos about the challenges he is facing, the role of gas and renewables like solar and wind in Hungary's future energy mix and the potential of geothermal energy as a contributor to the country’s energy sovereignty.
Big regulatory changes on the horizon for European EVs – interview with Kinstellar
Ahead of the Automative & Battery Forum, we discussed the European electromobility market and upcoming developments in the legislative realm with two senior officials from Kinstellar.
Q&A with Thomas de Boer, Vice President, Shell Commercial Road Transport
Thomas de Boer, Vice President, Shell Commercial Road Transport shares his views on the main challenges to overcome to decarbonise the transport sector, the role of LNG and bio-LNG in reducing emissions of heavy-duty trucks and what long-term policies are needed to support innovative low-carbon transport solutions.
Interview with Arno Büx, Chief Commercial Officer at Fluxys & President of GLE
We spoke with Arno Büx, Chief Commercial Officer of Fluxys and President of Gas LNG Europe (GLE), about the role of LNG in helping ensure the security of supply, our continent’s competitiveness compared to other markets and the potential of LNG when coupled with renewables and, especially with hydrogen.
War-time operations, Ukraine’s renewable gases, plans for 2023 – interview with GTSOU’s Olga Bielkova
On the sidelines of the Budapest LNG Summit, we spoke to Olga Bielkova, Director of Government and International Affairs at Ukraine's Gas Transmission System Operator.
CEE in ‘exciting’ position for green hydrogen transition – interview with the Messer Group
We sat down with two senior executives from the German industrial gases company, the Messer Group: Tim Evison, Senior Vice President for Clean Hydrogen and Sustainability and Zsolt Bohner, Managing Director at Messer Hungarogáz.
How soon can hydrogen turn into a concrete market – interview with Ákos Hegedüs, Managing Director of Linde Gas Hungary
We spoke with Ákos Hegedüs, Managing Director of Linde Gas Hungary about the challenges still present in the country and in the CEE region for a full upscale of the hydrogen economy and how Linde is driving innovation in this field.