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Looking for a niche while contributing to a hydrogen economy – interview with Arkadiusz Sekściński, VP of PGNiG Management Board

Arkadiusz Sekściński, Vice-President of the Management Board of PGNiG for Development speaks about the company's plan for the next 2-3 years to create a coherent chain of hydrogen competencies that will allow to meet the challenges of the European Green Deal.

A tectonic shift of capital is just beginning

For BCG, the private sector can act as a powerful agent in solving global problems. Larry Fink, chairman and CEO of BlackRock is putting this theory of change into action, investing in companies that integrate sustainability into their business strategy.

Low-carbon liquid fuels will contribute to the decarbonisation of all transport modes – interview with FuelsEurope Director Alessandro Bartelloni

Alessandro Bartelloni, FuelsEurope Director speaks about the main advantages of low-carbon liquid fuels, what to expect from the upcoming EU directives' revisions and the importance of taking into account the social aspect of the transition.

Connecting the Krk LNG terminal to the transmission system – interview with Dragica Bago, Head of National Dispatching Centre at Plinacro

Dragica Bago, Head of National Dispatching Centre of Plinacro speaks about the challenges of connecting the Krk LNG terminal to the transmission system and the impact it had on its management.

Renewables opportunities in North Macedonia – interview with CMS Partner Marija Filipovska

Marija Filipovska, Partner of the CMS Law Firm speaks about the country’s underdeveloped market of renewable energy and the main opportunities, and risks, for investors.

Hungary envisions stepwise gas market integration with Croatia – interview with Pál Ságvári, Vice President of Hungary’s HEA

Pál Ságvári, Vice President of the Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority (HEA) speaks about Hungary’s vision of extending the reach of the Krk Terminal, possible new gas supply routes in the region and the road to get there.

Ukraine puts energy into making Central Europe a bulwark of European energy security – Q&A with Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba

As the European energy market is going through significant changes, Ukraine is about to redefine its role in European energy security. Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba speaks about the opportunities and challenges of the transforming energy landscape of CEE.

Promising renewable energy projects in Georgia – interview with Giorgi Chikovani, CEO of GEDF

Georgia has tremendous potential for the utilisation of renewable energy and it could reach a 100% renewable future, thanks to its resources in hydro, wind and solar. Giorgi Chikovani, the CEO of Georgian Energy Development Fund explained the current state of these projects and how to attract more investments.

Leading the offshore wind industry – interview with Wojciech Dąbrowski, CEO of PGE Capital Group

Wojciech Dąbrowski, CEO of PGE Capital Group speaks about how the company intends to carry out the investments in offshore wind farms, as well as Poland’s strategy to reach carbon neutrality, the role of the Recovery Fund and the main challenges for further development of offshore wind.

Energy Community at a crossroads – interview with Karolina Cegir, Gas Expert of the EnC Secretariat

Karolina Cegir, Gas Expert from the Energy Community Secretariat speaks about the status of the NECPs in the Energy Community, their expected outcomes and the future of gas in the region in light of accelerated decarbonisation efforts.

CEE countries need better water policies – interview with Konstantin Ivanov, Regional Coordinator at GWP CEE

Konstantin Ivanov, Regional Coordinator at the Global Water Partnerships (GWP) CEE speaks about the importance of investing in water that supports sustainable development, boost the economy and create new jobs and opportunities.

Powering equality – Q&A with Zsófia Beck, Partner at BCG

Zsófia Beck, Partner at the Boston Consulting Group speaks about the post-pandemic energy sector and the challenges of preserving stability and flexibility in a decarbonised energy system, explaining how the CEE region should prepare for the future ahead.

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