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On 1 December the leader of the energy industry will come together at the third Budapest Energy Summit to review how the sector has coped so far with the challenges of the fast-moving coronavirus situation and adjusted to the new normal. Secure your place now to receive updates about the conference!
The Executive Director of the International Energy Agency Dr Fatih Birol revealed that if Europe is able to follow through on the net-zero goal, within five years of time, solar will be the number one electricity capacity.
Achieving energy security is at the top of the authorities’ agenda for many countries in the region. Indeed, the Black Sea untapped energy potential could actually serve as a bridge between today’s use of resources and a future based on renewables.
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.