In many respects, we had an unprecedented couple of months. This goes for energy as well, as the pandemic led to major fluctuations in oil, gas, electricity or CO2 quota prices, while energy companies had to adapt not just to the new operating environment but also to the pandemic situation. But what are the main lesson we have learned? How will the operations of energy companies change? What future awaits us once the coronavirus pandemic ends?
The central topics of this year's Energy Investment Forum, Hungary's definitive energy conference, will be the energy transition, decarbonisation and security of supply. Representatives of domestic and foreign energy companies will talk about the 'new normal' after the pandemic, how digitalisation permeates the operation of businesses, and how sustainability and profitability can be realised. Based on presentations and panel discussions, the audience will also be able to get a precise picture on the future role of natural gas and nuclear plants in energy transition, how infrastructure for alternative energy sources could be built in Hungary and in the region, how climate neutrality goals may be met, and what creating a cyclical economy will require from corporations and politicians.