Clean Energy Summit 2017

2017.05.16

Topics:

  • What opportunities does the project Paks 2 offer to Hungarian companies? Presentation of Valeriy Zorya, Head of department for Nuclear Power Construction in Europe at ASE Group
  • Changing strategies and climate change – The fossil fuel industry on new roads
  • Clean energy in public services – From the power plant to the consumer – The role of utilities and energy traders in energy supply
  • The number one favourite – Can the triumph of solar energy continue?
  • The value of nuclear energy increased – The contribution of nuclear power plants to the achievement of climate targets
  • Electric power industry and system in transformation
  • Approaching 2020: Regulation, aids and climate policy in the EU and Hungary

Portfolio is to organise its investment-focused energy conference for the eighth time in Hungary this year. Somewhat unconventionally, the spotlight will be on clean energy sources this time. Just like at its previous events, Portfolio is once again lining up renowned local and international experts to address the key issues affecting the energy market. The participants, among other things, can find out about the supplier possibilities of the Paks 2 project in Hungary, from Valeriy Zorya, Head of department for Nuclear Power Construction in Europe at ASE Group
 

An earth-shattering transformation is taking place in the global energy economy, which is mainly bringing the so-called clean energy sources to the fore. This process is fuelled not only by world’s increasing energy hunger, but also by ever louder calls for action against climate change, while prices, of course, remain a key factor. The phenomenon of energy transition headed towards carbon free economy is manifested in more and more areas of life, offering radically new possibilities not just for consumers, but also for the participants of economic life, thus for investors as well.

Among a host of other issues the speakers will tackle the most important local and global developments in the field of solar, geothermal and nuclear energy. They will talk about the transformation of the electric power industry, fossil fuel companies turning towards renewables, the role and higher recognition of nuclear energy, the financial side of the transition to clear energy sources, and also about what to expect in Hungary after it has practically met the 2020 target number regarding the share of renewable energy sources.

 

OUR SPEAKERS WERE:

  • Valeriy Zorya, Head of department for Nuclear Power Construction in Europe at ASE Group
  • Dr. Csaba Nemes, Head of Department, Ministry of National Development, Department of Green Economy Development
  • Michael Keroulle, GE Chief Commercial Officer, Steam Power Systems
  • Jana Kubinova, Customer Business Manager specialising in the nuclear I&C area (CEE and Russia), Rolls-Royce
  • Kamilla Csomai, CEO, Mavir Zrt.
  • Sándor Fasimon, MOL Hungary COO
  • Dr. Attila Aszódi, Government Commissioner for the maintenance of the capacity of the Paks Nuclear Power Plant, Prime Minister’s Office
  • Dr. Péter Grabner, Vice-President, Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority
  • ifj. Attila Chikán, CEO, ALTEO Group
  • Henrik Domanovszky, Chairman, Hungarian Gas Transport Cluster Association (MGKKE), coordinator of PAN-LNG Project
  • Ernő Kiss, President, Hungarian PV and Solar Collector Association
  • András Tompos PhD, Senior Research Fellow, Director, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Materials and Environmental Chemistry, Renewable Energy Research Group
  • Attila Holoda, Managing Director, Aurora Energy Kft.
  • Ákos Lukács, Senior Manager, Deloitte Zrt.
  • Tamás Móró, Head of Strategy, Concorde Értékpapír Zrt.
  • Zoltán Vígh, Public Affairs Executive, Jedlik Ányos Klaszter
  • Csaba Mező, partner, Deloitte Zrt.
  • Ágnes Törőcsik, programigazgató, REKK Alapítvány
  • István Németh, Director, ING Wholesale Banking Hungary, Structured Finance and Advisory
  • dr. Kristóf Ferenczi , Partner, Andrékó Kinstellar

 

PARTICIPANTS OF THE CLEAN ENERGY SUMMIT 2017 CONFERENCE:

AGMI Anyagvizsgáló és Minőségellenőrző Zrt., AH, Algeco Kft., ALTEO Group, Andrékó Kinstellar, ASZE cégcsoport Európai Atomerőmű Építési Osztály, Atomenergiainfo, Atomforum Association, ATOMIX Kft., Aurora Energy Kft., Bilfinger IT Hungary Kft, Black Page Consulting, Brit Nagykövetség, Budapesti Erőmű Zrt., CEEGEX Zrt., Concorde Értékpapír Zrt., Corweld Kft., Current powered by GE, Deloitte Zrt., Dunamenti Tűzvédelem Zrt., Energetikai Szakkollégium, EU-Solar Zrt., Ex Libris Consulting, Faludi Wolf Theiss Ügyvédi Iroda, FGSZ Zrt., GE Energy Zrt., GE Steam Power Systems, Graphisoft SE, Hilti (Hungária) Szolgáltató Kft., HUPX Zrt., HVCA, ING Bank NV. Magyarországi Fióktelepe, ING Wholesale Banking Magyarország, Strukturált finanszírozás és Tanácsadás, Invitech Solutions , Jedlik Ányos Klaszter, Korax Gépgyár Kft., Kotimex PR Ltd., KPMG Tanácsadó Kft., Lakatos, Köves és Társai Ügyvédi Iroda, Magyar Energetikai és Közmű-szabályozási Hivatal, Magyar Földgázkereskedő Zrt., Magyar Gáz Tranzit Zrt., Magyar Gázüzemű Közlekedés Klaszter Egyesület, a PAN-LNG Project koordinátora, Magyar Napelem Napkollektor Szövetség, Magyar Tudományos Akadémia, Anyag és Környezetkémiai Intézet, Megújuló Energia Kutatócsoport, MANAP Iparági Egyesület, Manitu Solar Kft., Mátrai Erőmű Zrt., MAVIR Zrt., Miniszterelnökség, MKB Bank Zrt., MOL Magyarország, MVM PAKS II. Atomerőmű Fejlesztő Zrt., MVM Paks NPP PC, Nemzeti Fejlesztési Minisztérium, NYIAEP, Országos Atomenergia Hivatal, Ostorházi Bevonattechnika Kft., OT Industries Fővállalkozó Zrt., OT Industries Tervező Zrt., Paks II. Kormánybiztosság, Paks II. Zrt., Pöyry Erőterv, Premier Communications, REKK Alapítvány, Rolls-Royce, Rosatom Central Europe s.r.o. Magyarországi Fióktelepe, Rosatom International Network, Saltem Kft., Schneider Electric Hungária Zrt., SGS, Siemens Wind Power Kft., State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom, Szikszói Ipari Park, Takarékbank, UniCredit Bank Hungary Zrt., Uniper Hungary Energetikai Kft., Venterfor Kft., Veolia Energia Magyarország Zrt., Vertis Zrt., Viraldi Consulting...

 

THE EVENT:

DATE: 16th May 2017, Tuesday (Registration: 08.30 - 09.00, professional programme: 09.00 - 16.30)

PLACE: Hotel Sofitel Budapest Chainbridge, Szechenyi Istvan ter 2, 1051 Budapest 

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COST:  74.900 Ft + VAT / person or 242 EUR + VAT / person

DISCOUNTS:

  • 20% on 5 or more registrations

Discounts cannot be combined!

Fee includes: conference documentation, full lunch and coffee breaks.The conference is bilingual with English-Hungarian simultaneous interpretation.

 


Our conference is expected not only to provide an opportunity to expand the participants’ knowledge base, but also to create an excellent forum for high-level networking and the forging of new professional relations. Our goal is more than just to organise another cut an dry event; we strive to make this conference a regular, interactive and international forum that keeps its finger on the pulse of the market.

The Portfolio conferences are highly renowned for their great opportunities of networking and building business relationships, merely not just giving new professional knowledge. Our aim is not to have a one time occasion event, but creating a yearly international interactive forum about the changes of the market.


Who should attend?


The conference may provide essential information to
  • Energy companies
  • Banks
  • Lawyers
  • Industrial customers
  • Regulatory and supervisory bodies
  • Consultants
  • Investors and investment funds, venture capital companies
  • Professional associations
  • Contractors
Nearly 150 participants attended the Portfolio Clean Energy Summit 2017

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Program:
András Major , analyst, E-mail: major.andras@portfolio.hu

Sponsorship:
Sándor Nyiri , Key-Account Manager, Phone: +36 30 501 9755, E-mail: nyiri@portfolio.hu

Organisation, general questions:

Clean Energy Summit 2017

2017.05.16

Moderators:

Ágnes Törőcsik

Program Director, REKK Alapítvány

Ágnes Törőcsik is a research associate at REKK Foundation. Her main areas of research are enhancing regulatory conditions of renewable heat and feasibility studies for different energy market business plans. She teaches tariff systems at the ERRA courses. Previously she worked on regulatory strategies, impact assessment of remedies and regulatory cost accounting. Ágnes has an M.A. in Economics from the Corvinus University of Budapest.

Zoltán Vígh

Public Affairs Executive, Jedlik Ányos Klaszter

Vígh Zoltán 2009 és 2014 között dolgozott Brüsszelben a Magyar Televízió tudósítójaként, illetve később az EU közösségi politikáinak elemzőjeként. Az uniós energia- és közlekedéspolitikán belül az elektromobilitás szakértője. Tanulmányait a moszkvai Nemzetközi Kapcsolatok Egyetemén és az ELTÉ-n végezte. 1990-től MTA-ösztöndíjas és oktató az ELTE BTK Kelet-Európa Tanszékén. 1994 és 2009 között a Magyar Televízió, illetve a tv2 hírműsorainak vezető külpolitikai szerkesztője, majd az MTV nemzetközi rovatának vezetője. Kutatói, majd szakújságírói tevékenységében kiemelten foglalkozott az európai biztonság- és védelempolitika, illetve az energiaellátás kérdéseivel. 2015 októberében a Jedlik Ányos Klaszter egyik ügyvezetőjének választotta, majd 2016 januárjától a JÁK nemzetközi és közkapcsolatainak irányításával foglalkozik.

Speakers:

dr. Attila Aszódi

Government Commissioner for the maintenance of the capacity of the Paks Nuclear Power Plant, Prime Minister’s Office

Dr. Attila Aszódi holds the position of government commissioner for the maintenance of the capacity of the Paks Nuclear Power Plant. He also works as a professor of the Institute of Nuclear Techniques at Budapest University of Technology and Economics. He took part in several projects of the International Atomic Energy Agency. His scientific work has been honored six times. He has more than 300 published scientific articles and holds one patent. He speaks English and German fluently.

ifj. Attila Chikán

CEO, ALTEO Group

Attila Chikán Jr. is the executive director of ALTEO Zrt. since 2008 March. Earlier, for five years he was the director of investment of EETEK Holding, where he directed the implementation of investment of over 10 billion HUF value, which included, among others, 30 MW small power plant investment. Earlier on, he worked as financial and investment analyst in a variety of positions. He received his degrees from the University of Economics Budapest and the School of International Commerce.

Kamilla Csomai

CEO, MAVIR Zrt.

Kamilla CSOMAI is the CEO and a member of the Board of MAVIR Hungarian Independent Transmission Operator Company Ltd., as well as a member of the Board of ENTSO-E (European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity) encompassing 43 transmission system operators of 36 countries. She exercises proprietary rights over HUPX Ltd. (Hungarian Power Exchange Company), KOM Central Smart Metering Ltd, JAO (Joint Allocation Office) and TSCNET (TSO Security Cooperation). MAVIR is the transmission operator of the Hungarian electricity system as well as the owner and operator of the high voltage transmission network. The company’s main tasks are the provision of a reliable, efficient and secure operation of the Hungarian electricity system including required reserve capacities of generation and transmission. In addition, it ensures an undisturbed operation and further extension of the electricity market and the balance group system supporting the market, furthermore it synchronises the operation of the Hungarian electricity system with the neighbouring systems. Within this complex system, Kamilla’s task covers the operative and strategic management of the company, i.e. ensuring an efficient, secure and economical operation of company. Furthermore, she actively participates in international cooperation initiatives so as to represent the interests of the company and those of the Hungarian electricity system. She has been working for MAVIR since 2010 in various positions. She has substantial professional and managerial experience within the industry which she could also gain earlier as deputy CEO for Economic and Market Operations of MAVIR, chief financial officer for MVM OVIT National Power Line Company Ltd. and also as a primary leader in sectors of telecommunications and investment. Kamilla is an engineer, certified public auditor, whereas she received her MBA degree at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.

Henrik Domanovszky

Chairman, Hungarian Gas Transport Cluster Association (MGKKE), coordinator of PAN-LNG Project

Elnök, Magyar Gázüzemű Közlekedés Klaszter Egyesület, a PAN-LNG Project koordinátora A Budapesti Műszaki Egyetemen Közlekedésmérnöki karán végzett 1994-ben. Először autós szakújságíróként tevékenykedett, majd német ipari cégek képviseletét látta el, import-nagykereskedői tevékenységgel egybekötve. 2008-tól kutatásaiban a közlekedés energetikájával és emisszió csökkentésének lehetőségével foglalkozik behatóan és e terület szakértőjévé vált. 2009-ben vált az NGVA-Europe tagjává és 2011-re sikerült elérnie, hogy Magyarországon is megalakulhasson egy, a gázüzemű közlekedést támogató szakmai szervezet, a Magyar Gázüzemű Közlekedés Klaszter Egyesület. Vezetése alatt az Egyesület elérte, hogy a CNG-hajtás több városban jelentős szerepet kaphasson, valamint útjára indulhasson Magyarországon első ízben egy Európai Uniós támogatású közlekedésenergetikai projekt, a PAN-LNG Project.

Sándor Fasimon

COO, MOL Hungary

A szakember 2005-2006-ban - a földgázüzlet vezetésével párhuzamosan - a MOL Kutatás-termelés portfolió-fejlesztés vezetője volt, majd a MOL oroszországi tevékenységének irányításával bízták meg. 2009 júliusától ügyvezető igazgatóként a MOL-csoport kőolajbeszerzéséért, energia portfolió fejlesztéséért, a trading platform működéséért, valamint a földgáz- és energiakereskedelméért felelt. 2011 júniusában vette át a MOL-csoport Kutatás-termelés ügyvezető igazgatói pozícióját, és ugyanezen időponttól tagja a MOL-csoport Ügyvezető Testületének (Executive Board) is. Fasimon Sándor elnöki tanácsadóként a Független Államok Közössége (FÁK) és Közel-Kelet régió kapcsolatokért is felel.

dr. Kristóf Ferenczi

Partner, Andrékó Kinstellar

Kristóf Ferenczi Dr. is the partner of Kinstellar and the head of its praxis related to energy rights. He participated in numerous transactions related to energy industry, including transactions made in the sectors of electricity, natural gas and district heating, significant power plant investment, the implementation of project utilizing renewable energy sources, furthermore, legislative consultancy in issues regarding the Hungarian and European energy legislations. He has significant experiences regarding company acquisitions and privatization transactions as well. He is the arbitrator of the Permanent Arbitration Court of Energetics. Besides his Hungarian mother tongue, he speaks English, French and Italian as well. He acquired his legal degree on the Faculty of Laws at ELTE, after which, he studied postgraduate studies law at the Robert Schuman University in Strasbourg. He is a member of the Budapest Bar Association.

Dr. Péter Grabner

Vice-President, Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority

1993: Graduation from Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics of Budapest University of Technology, majoring in High Voltage Current, at Electricity Section. 1994-1997: Doctoral studies at the same faculty. 1998: Graduation from Finance and Accounting College as engineer with certificate in economics. 2000: defended doctoral dissertation and obtained PhD.

Work Experience:

1998-2001: different companies of Deloitte & Touche Consulting Group. 2001-2012: Hungarian Energy Office. 2003-2011: head of Department of Electricity Licensing and Supervision. 2011-2012: Vice President of the Office. 2012-2014: energy expert, provided companies with consultancy services, including CEO of FŐMTERV Mérnöki Tervező Zrt. 2013: senior energy consultant of the President of the Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority. From December 2014: Vice President for Energy at the Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority.

Public mandates:

Guest lecturer at Department of Electric Power Engineering of Budapest University of Technology and Economics and at the International and Regional Studies Institute of University of Szeged. Main research areas: energy policy, reliability of electricity systems, operation of ancillary services and of electricity market. Author of numerous domestic and international professional publications.

Attila Holoda

Managing Director, Aurora Energy Kft.

Attila Holoda received his Master of Science Degree as a mining engineer from the Faculty of Petroleum Engineering at the Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in Moscow in 1989. He started his career in 1989 at the Hajdúszoboszló Mining Plant of MOL’s legal predecessor, the Hungarian Great Plain Crude Oil and Natural Gas Production Company, where he occupied a number of managerial positions till 1999. Between 1999 and 2012, he managed the Domestic Production, Domestic Exploration and Production, and then the Central European and Eurasian Exploration and Production organisations, in numerous middle and senior managerial positions. From August 2012 for 3 months he was the Deputy State Secretary for Energy of the Ministry of National Development. Presently he is a Managing Director of Aurora Energy Kft. which is an independent advisory Company with main profile includes consultancy services in such sectors as energetics and mining (and in particular oil mining).

Michael Keroulle

GE Chief Commercial Officer, Steam Power Systems

Ernő Kiss

President, Hungarian PV and Solar Collector Association

President of the Hungarian Pv and Solar Collector Association, which was founded in 2010 which is the biggest professional hungarian solar association. Furthermore manager of Greentechnic Hungary Kft., which managed solar pv parks planning ,construting and operating. Foreign trader and Father of two children.

Jana Kubinova

Customer Business Manager specialising in the nuclear I&C area (CEE and Russia), Rolls-Royce

Jana K. worked for Dukovany Nuclear Power Plant (Czech Republic, CEZ utility) for 14 years in nuclear operations department, then in Schneider Electric as the Energy market manager. In 2003 Schneider Electric nuclear division became Data Systems & Solutions, she continued her role as CEE Energy market manager and as on site manager for Dukovany NPP I&C modernization project. From 2009 she works with Rolls-Royce, Prague, Czech Republic as a Customer Business Manager specialising in the nuclear I&C area, responsible for CEE and Russia.

Ákos Lukács

Senior Manager, Deloitte Zrt.

Csaba Mező

Partner, Deloitte Zrt.

Mező Csaba a Deloitte energiaszektorának vezetője. Csaba komoly iparági tapasztalattal rendelkezik, amelyet műszaki igazgatóként szerzett különféle energiaipari szolgáltató cégeknél. Munkája során több stratégiai és szervezetfejlesztési projektet is levezényelt, melyek célja a költségcsökkentés, a szolgáltatás minőségének fejlesztése, a folyamatfejlesztés, illetve az IT rendszerek kialakítása volt Magyarországon és különféle közép-európai országokban.

Tamás Móró

Chief Strategist, Concorde Értékpapír Zrt.

Dr. Csaba Nemes

Head of Department, Ministry of National Development, Department of Green Economy Development

Dr. Csaba Nemes is the head of the Green Economic Development Department in the Ministry of National Development. He finished his studies at the Eötvös Lóránd University, Faculty of Natural Sciences, he also obtained his doctor degree there in meteorology and climatology. Currently he is responsible for policy making and the conceptual and legislative tasks related to energy efficiency and renewable energies, and furthermore for some specific topics about supporting programs as well (Otthon Melege Program, KEHOP, GINOP, TOP). In the last 30 years he was occupied with the preparation and co-ordination of implementation of the enviromental planning, policy and comprehensive development strategic planning documents in the administration in different positions. He played a key role in the renewal of the government strategic management system and in the development of related methods and rules. He delt with international cases, he represented Hungary in the UN, and in the OECD where he was the wise-president of the OECD EPOC “global and structural politics” working team for 4 years. He published over 200 scientific and other informative articles.

István Németh

Director, ING Wholesale Banking Hungary, Structured Finance and Advisory

Since April, 2015, Director, ING Bank N.V. Hungary Branch, Structured finance and corporate finance (M&A) deal origination and execution. Client relationship management, April, 2009 – March 2015 , Senior Manager, ING Bank N.V. Hungary Branch, Structured finance and corporate finance (M&A) deal execution. Client relationship management April, 2007 – April, 2009, Manager, ING Bank Zrt.

Ádám Szolnoki

Chairman, MANAP Industry Association

András Tompos PhD

Director, Senior Research Fellow, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Materials and Environmental Chemistry, Renewable Energy Research Group

Valerij Zorja

Head of Department, Nuclear Power Construction in Europe at ASE Group

Dr. Valeriy V. Zorya is the head of the Division for NPP construction in Europe of JSC ASE EC. Dr. Zorya was the Project leader of the Chernobyl NPP and Ignalina NPP European Union Decommissioning, the Vietnamese Center of Nuclear Science and Technology Creation Projects and before that headed the Russian Coordination Office of the Russian – American Consortium for Fuel Cells (RAFCO). Speaks English and German.

Clean Energy Summit 2017

2017.05.16
2017.05.16

Registration: 08:30 - 08:55

Section I: Transforming energy economy, changing strategies – Clean energy trends in energy supply and consumption

08:55 - 09:00

Opening

09:00 - 09:25

The support of clean energy sources in government policy and in national energy strategy

Speaker:
Dr. Csaba Nemes, Head of Department, Ministry of National Development, Department of Green Economy Development

09:25 - 09:50

Disruptive trends in the energy industry

Speaker:
Csaba Mező, Partner, Deloitte Zrt.

09:50 - 10:15

Mol is on a new path

Speaker:
Sándor Fasimon, COO, MOL Hungary

10:15 - 10:40

From the power plant to the consumer – the role of clean energy in energy transition

Speaker:
ifj. Attila Chikán, CEO, ALTEO Group

10:40 - 11:00

Challenges of integrating renewable power generation into the power system

Speaker:
Kamilla Csomai, CEO, MAVIR Zrt.

11:00 - 11:40

Panel discussion: Towards a carbonless economy and energy mix

  • Can the energy transition be successful? Can the objective of the Paris Climate Convention be reached?
  • Are all renewable energy sources also clean (biomass)? 
  • How do the fossil fuel companies take part in the energy transition?
  • Apples to oranges – How to regulate and integrate?
  • Where is the electric power industry heading? 
  • Can clean and traditional energy sources coexist in the electric power system? 
  • How long can the triumph of solar energy last? 
  • Can energy storage solutions transform energy production, -supply, and -consumption? 
  • The challenges of clean energy sources and the electric power system
  • The conclusions of Germany’s energy transition
     

Moderator: Ágnes Törőcsik, Program Director, REKK Alapítvány

Conversation participants :
Henrik Domanovszky, Chairman, Hungarian Gas Transport Cluster Association (MGKKE), coordinator of PAN-LNG Project
Ernő Kiss, President, Hungarian PV and Solar Collector Association
Ákos Lukács, Senior Manager, Deloitte Zrt.
András Tompos PhD, Director, Senior Research Fellow, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Materials and Environmental Chemistry, Renewable Energy Research Group

11:40 - 12:00

Coffee break

Section II: Clean energy and security of supply - The role of Paks 2 in the Hungarian energy sector

12:00 - 12:25

Paks 2 - in the light of European energy trends

Speaker:
dr. Attila Aszódi, Government Commissioner for the maintenance of the capacity of the Paks Nuclear Power Plant, Prime Minister’s Office

12:25 - 12:50

What opportunities does the project Paks 2 offer to Hungarian companies?

Speaker:
Valerij Zorja, Head of Department, Nuclear Power Construction in Europe at ASE Group

Section III: The nuclear power plant as a major project - Supplier experiences in the nuclear industry

12:50 - 13:15

GE Steam Power Systems – Global and Local Nuclear Expertise for Paks II

Speaker:
Michael Keroulle, GE Chief Commercial Officer, Steam Power Systems

13:15 - 13:40

Rolls-Royce Capabilities for the Nuclear New Build Market

Speaker:
Jana Kubinova, Customer Business Manager specialising in the nuclear I&C area (CEE and Russia), Rolls-Royce

13:40 - 14:40

Lunch break

Section IV: Who will foot the bill? – The financing side of energy transition

14:40 - 15:00

The subsidization of renewable energy in Hungary

Speaker:
Dr. Péter Grabner, Vice-President, Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority

15:00 - 15:20

Legal aspects of supporting the deployment of renewables in Hungary in light of the EU Clean Energy Package, also having regard to the practical aspects

Speaker:
dr. Kristóf Ferenczi, Partner, Andrékó Kinstellar

15:20 - 15:40

Renewable Energy Based Electricity Production – A financier’s approach

Speaker:
István Németh, Director, ING Wholesale Banking Hungary, Structured Finance and Advisory

15:40 - 16:20

Panel discussion: The common role of consumers, politics and the financial market in energy transition – different aspects of return

  • Clean energy sources as a business opportunity and their return
  • How can the competitiveness of clean energy sources develop? 
  • The impact of politics, changing consumer attitudes and behaviour on the energy economy and the market
  • Is there or can there be at all a level playing field on the market of (clean) energy sources?

Moderator: Zoltán Vígh, Public Affairs Executive, Jedlik Ányos Klaszter

Conversation participants :
Attila Holoda, Managing Director, Aurora Energy Kft.
Tamás Móró, Chief Strategist, Concorde Értékpapír Zrt.
István Németh, Director, ING Wholesale Banking Hungary, Structured Finance and Advisory
Ádám Szolnoki, Chairman, MANAP Industry Association

16:20

Closing remarks

Clean Energy Summit 2017

2017.05.16
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