Hungary's State Secretary for Energy and Climate Policy, Attila Steiner said that although recent infrastructure developments granted access to alternative gas supplies, Hungary is still largely dependent on Russian gas. However, the government is tabling a "masterplan" that aims to provide secure, sustainable and affordable energy to Hungary, a project list worth 16 billion euros is already on the table.
The European Commission has approved a second Important Project of Common European Interest to support research and innovation, the first industrial deployment and construction of relevant infrastructure in the hydrogen value chain.
A tripartite cooperation agreement for the development of a biomethane pilot project with injection into the national natural gas transmission system was signed by DESFA and the companies Polyeco and Ergoplanning.
The II. Hungarian Battery Day will be organised on 20 October 2022 in Hotel Marriott Budapest, by the Hungarian Battery Alliance in cooperation with White Paper Consulting to review the opportunities and challenges of the fast-developing Hungarian battery industry. The conference will be organised under the honorary patronage of H.E. Mr Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary, who will open the event.
The European Commission has approved a Romanian scheme to partially compensate energy-intensive companies for higher electricity prices resulting from indirect emission costs under the EU Emission Trading System.
Lithuania's Minister of Energy, Dainius Kreivys and US Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm signed a historic MoU on enhanced cooperation to help achieve Lithuania’s goals of energy security and the transition to a climate-neutral energy sector.
'Chapter Zero Ukraine and Caucasus' has been launched under the umbrella of the Climate Governance Initiative. Board members and executives of financial and non-financial corporations from Ukraine, Georgia and Armenia will now be able to join a global network promoting the adoption of effective climate governance.
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