Veronika Czakó, Socio-Economic Analyst, Energy Technology Innovation at the European Commission writes about the importance of a twin transition: one to a clean energy system and the digital transformation of the economy and society.
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.
Walburga Hemetsberger, CEO of SolarPower Europe writes about the clear trend emerged this year: solar and renewables have offered predictability, resilience and security while other energy sources have failed.
Michał Motylewski from Dentons writes about how CEE countries made insufficient use of the National Energy and Climate Plans. Where policies today are fragmented, they need to be aligned and supplemented.
Maciej Jakubik, former executive director of Central Europe Energy Partners, writes about the energy transition., currently on top of the political agenda. However, disparities among Member States still persist. Is the European Commission’s plan fair also for CEE and the Baltics?
Mahdjouba Belaifa, Head of Gas Market Analysis Department at the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) and Sandy Singh, Research Assistant in the Gas Market Analysis Department, examine how natural gas and LNG prices reacted to an oversupplied LNG market, combined with the COVID-19.
Tamás Kozma, head of the Asian and African Relations Department of the Antall József Knowledge Centre, writes about the recent tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean. Although the pursuit of natural gas wealth can be identified as a central motif, the present situation has exceeded the framework of an energy resource conflict.