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.
Demand for short-haul service increased by 20% from Slovakia and five times from Poland. However, it is a pity that Slovakia does not yet see the benefits of introducing a single virtual interconnection point.
Primary energy consumption in the EU declined by 0.7% in 2018. A positive development, but a considerable acceleration in this reduction is needed if the 2020 target for energy efficiency is to be achieved.
Europe’s top renewable energy organisations launched the Renewable Hydrogen Coalition to position Europe as the world leader in renewable hydrogen, produced via electrolysis and based on 100% renewable electricity.
László Örlős, Managing Director of Hungary’s Western Balkans Green Centre writes about the Western Balkans in which, despite the strong commitment to increase their renewable energy quota, fossil-fired plants continue to play a key role.
The Hungarian Energy and Public Utilities Regulatory Authority issued the construction permit for the Paks II nuclear power plant which will play a key role in the country’s carbon-free energy production.
BIF IV Europe Holdings in cooperation with Mansa Investments, intend to launch a tender offer for 100% of the shares in Polenergia, advised by Dentons, in a move to delist the company from the Warsaw Stock Exchange.