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The increasing importance of Slovenia’s transmission network – interview with ELES’ CEO Aleksander Mervar

Aleksander Mervar, CEO of ELES, speaks about the company’s current projects and the importance of increasing connectivity with neighbouring countries.

Huge opportunities for green investments – interview with EBRD’s Harry Boyd-Carpenter

Harry Boyd-Carpenter, Director, Head of Energy EMEA, at the EBRD speaks about the major trends in the region and the most appropriate tools for the EU’s post-COVID economic recovery efforts.

A new era for gas diversification – interview with Pál Ságvári, Hungary’s Ambassador-at-Large for Energy Security

Pál Ságvári, Hungary's Ambassador-at-Large for Energy Security, speaks about the most recent developments in the LNG European industry and the future of energy diversification.

The key role of gaseous energy – interview with GIE’s Secretary General Boyana Achovski

Boyana Achovski, Secretary General of GIE speaks about the role gas will play in creating a sustainable low-carbon economy.

Hydropower: the only renewable solution for energy storage – interview with GE’s Hydro CEO Pascal Radue

Pascal Radue, President and CEO of GE's Hydro Solutions for GE Renewable Energy speaks about the role that hydropower will play in terms of energy supplier and storage, with a special focus on Turkey.

Postponing the coal-phase out would come at a higher economic cost – interview with László Szabó

László Szabó, Director of REKK, speaks about the future of coal, based on the results of a recently published report on the state of lignite phase-out in Bulgaria, Greece and Romania.

Lithuania’s green growth – interview with Vice Minister Rytis Kėvelaitis

Rytis Kėvelaitis, Vice Minister at the Ministry of Energy of Lithuania, speaks about the importance of renewables, investments in infrastructure and the country’s future energy mix.

Romgaz plans an ambitious investment program – interview with the CEO Adrian Volintiru

Romgaz CEO Adrian Volintiru speaks about the company’s future investments that will not only help Romgaz but the entire Romanian economy.

The solar industry is ready to contribute to a green recovery – interview with Walburga Hemetsberger

Walburga Hemetsberger, CEO of SolarPower Europe, speaks about the role that renewables will play in helping Europe to reach climate neutrality before 2050, continuing to champion solar as the best energy source.

First interview with Hrvoje Krhen, new director of LNG Croatia

Hrvoje Krhen has been recently appointed as the new Managing Director of the Krk LNG terminal. In his first interview, he speaks about his priorities as director and the future of the energy diversification in the region.

Keep up the LNG momentum in Klaipėda – interview with Arūnas Molis

Arūnas Molis, KN Klaipėda LNG director, speaks about the current economic situation, the ongoing cooperation with Poland and how to keep up the LNG momentum.

NOVATEK’s greatest achievements and the future of LNG – interview with Mark Gyetvay

Mark Gyetvay, Chief Financial Officer and Deputy Chairman of the Management Board of NOVATEK, speaks about the great achievements of the company and the future of the LNG industry in the region.

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Polish government signs letter of intent for the development of offshore wind power

Representatives of the Polish government and entrepreneurs from the offshore wind industry signed a Letter of Intent on cooperation for the development of offshore wind power.

Amber Grid completes construction of the gas pipeline under the Neris River

The construction of the gas pipeline under the Neris River, part of the Gas Interconnection Poland–Lithuania (GIPL) project, has been successfully completed.

A second chance for coal regions in the energy transition

The EU launched the Just Transition Platform (JTP), to help Member States accessing over 150 billion euros of funds. Coal regions don’t have to die but they can play an active role in the energy transition.

Companies race to become net-zero

Getting to net-zero by 2050 will require tremendous effort from the private sector to make timely and sufficient steps towards decarbonisation. Each industry faces different obstacles, therefore the path they choose may also diverge.