Kövesse LinkedIn és Facebook oldalunkat!
Tájékozódjon eseményeinkről 6 iparágban: Offline és Online konferenciák

Energy Investment Forum 2015

Date: 5th November 2015  

Location: Hotel Sofitel Budapest


  • Roundtable of CEOs – Orientations and possibilities on the domestic energy sector
  • Development of the national utility services
  • The framework is changing – Network codes and what is behind them
  • New paths of the European Union’s energy policy – Practical effects of the regulatory changes
  • Paks II: what is the project’s state of progress?
  • The future of domestic renewable energy consumption and electricity production
  • The oil market on a rollercoaster

Our speakers among others

All speakers
speaker image
Prof. Dr. Aszódi Attila
Budapest University of Technology and Economics Institute of Nuclear Techniques
speaker image
Bács Zalán
Rosatom Central Europe (Hungary)
speaker image
dr. Barócsi Zoltán
Deputy CEO, Chief Executive for Generation
MVM Magyar Villamos Művek Zrt.
speaker image
ifj. Chikán Attila
speaker image
Csürös Csanád
Property Forum
speaker image
dr. Eric Depluet
E.ON Hungária (to be confirmed)
speaker image
Fasimon Sándor
MOL Hungary
speaker image
Felfalusi Péter
speaker image
Fernezelyi Ferenc
Commercial and Marketing Director
Veolia Hungary
speaker image
Dr. Grabner Péter
Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority
speaker image
dr. Kelemen Hajnalka
legal expert
speaker image
Kovács Csaba
speaker image
Dr. Michael LaBelle
Central European University and Jean Monnet Chair in Energy and Innovation Strategies
speaker image
Laczkó Márk
Managing Director
Logistical Data Solutions
speaker image
Madarász András
sales director
GoodWill Consulting Kft.
speaker image
Mezősi András
senior research associate
Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research (REKK)
speaker image
Németh Lászlóné
Prime Minister's Office
speaker image
dr. Rajkai Szonja
deputy head of department
Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Authority
speaker image
Ságodi Attila
Lead Partner
EY-Parthenon and EY Energy Sector
speaker image
Dr. Sepsey Balázs
Partner, Attorney-at-law
Kinstellar Budapest
speaker image
Tóth András István
Solution sales director
E.ON Hungária Csoport
speaker image
Vargha Péter Simon
chief analyst
MOL Nyrt.
speaker image
Vígh Zoltán
Managing Director
Jedlik Ányos Klaszter
speaker image
Vinkovits András
Managing Director
Energiabörze Kft.

Why you should come?

This year, it is the sixth time that Portfolio organizes its energy conference, unique in Hungary for its focus on investment, where renowned international and domestic speakers will discuss the most important topics concerning the energy market, just like during the previous events organized by the company. The conference aims at summarizing the most important events of the year with the help of the opinion makers of the country and the region, the experts of the sector, and the best domestic professional, and seeking solutions to the challenges before the industry.

Download the Portfolio Events mobile app where you can find Portfolio’s professional events in one app, personalised for you. You can access the event’s detailed programme, the list of participants, and your conference ticket, among other things. We even offer a virtual business card exchange. How? The QR code on the badge is your personalised online business card - scan each other's QR codes and you can keep in touch after the conference. Profession, experience, networking. Install with QR-code from desktop >>

Who we recommend

  • Energy companies
  • Banks
  • Lawyers
  • Large consumers
  • Regulatory and supervisory bodies
  • Consultants
  • Investors
  • Investment funds
  • Venture capital companies
  • Professional associations
  • Contractors

Our Sponsors



Section Sponsor

Academic partner

In association with

This year’s event of the Energy Investment Forum wishes to discuss the future of the Hungarian energy market in detail, the new paths of the European Union’s energy policy, the evolution of the domestic electricity production, the expansion of using renewable energies, and the changes of the oil market. How can increasing state involvement alter local conditions? What could state-owned companies bring to the table that has been missing from the domestic market? Paks II: what is the project’s state of progress? What does the Energy Union mean? What are the practical effects of the European Union's regulatory changes that will be felt even domestically?


  • Lászlóné Németh, Undersecretary, Prime Minister's Office
  • Dr. Attila Aszódi, Government Commissioner for maintaining of performance, Paks nuclear power plant
  • Dr. Eric Depluet, CEO, E.ON Hungária
  • dr. Péter Grabner, Vice-President of Energetics, Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority
  • Sándor Fasimon, COO (Hungary), MOL Group
  • Zalán Bács, director, Rosatom Central Europe (Hungary)
  • dr. Michael LaBelle, professor, Central European University Business School and in the Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy
  • dr. Zoltán Barócsi Zoltán, Deputy CEO, Chief Executive for Generation, MVM
  • dr. Hajnalka Kelemen, legal expert, MAVIR Zrt.
  • András István Tóth, Head of Power Procurement, E.ON Energiakereskedelmi Kft.
  • ifj. Attila Chikán, CEO, ALTEO Energiaszolgáltató Nyrt.
  • András Vinkovits, Managing Director, Energiabörze Kft.
  • dr. Szonja Rajkai, deputy head of department, Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Authority
  • Attila Ságodi, Partner, Head of Sector Government, Infrastructure, Energy & Utilities, KPMG
  • Zoltán Vígh, Managing Director, Jedlik Ányos Klaszter
  • Csaba Kovács, Partner, KPMG Energy and Utilities Advisory Services
  • Ferenc Fernezelyi, Sales and Marketing Director, Veolia Hungary
  • Péter Simon Vargha, chief analyst, MOL Nyrt.
  • Dr. Sepsey Balázs, Lawyer, Andrékó Kinstellar Ügyvédi Iroda
  • Péter Felfalusi, CEO, Chairman, Intrum Justitia Zrt., MAKISZ
  • András Madarász, sales director, GoodWill Consulting Kft.
  • András Mezősi, senior research associate, Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research (REKK)
  • Márk Laczkó, Managing director, Mosaic Energy Kft.


DATE: November 5, 2015, (9:00-16:30)

PLACE: SOFITEL Budapest Hotel (1051 Budapest, Széchenyi tér 2., former Roosevelt tér 2.)
Hotel Information, Map & Location

COST: 84,900 HUF + VAT /person

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

- 20% discount is available for 2 registrations,
- 30% on 3 or more.

Discounts cannot be combined!

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.

Our goal is to create a forum where decision makers, experts, market players and corporate leaders can discuss these issues ogether, evaluate the situation and have a debate on what short-termand long-term solutions they find best.


Portfolio Conferences are organized by NET Media Inc, member of Central European Media and Publishing Group. Our events cover 7 different industries and attract more than 8000 participants annually and 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. Find out more on www.portfolio.hu/en or conference@portfolio.hu (e-mail).


GALLERY | 28 pictures
Energy Investment Forum 2015



Csilla Kiss
  • Csilla Kiss
  • Phone: +36 20 287 3256
  • Email:


Csanád Csűrös
  • Csanád Csűrös
  • Business Development Director
  • Phone: 428-9098
  • Email:
Sing up for our exclusive event notification!

First-hand news, event offers

Clicking on the Subscribe button I accept the  Privacy Policy 
and the GTC
I'm over 16.