“The Clean Energy Package and the national energy and climate plans - Outlook for Renewable Energies in Hungary”

Hungarian Parliament, Budapest, 1st March 2019

 

                                             

 

In cooperation with the Hungarian Parliament, EUFORES is organising a workshop focused on the EU Clean Energy Package and its implications and challenges for Hungary.

Members of the Hungarian Parliament gathered to discuss the Hungarian energy strategy with Members of the European Parliament, government officials, representatives of the European Commission and experts in the field. 

Please find the agenda of the event here:

 

 Presentations

Péter Kaderják: "Renewables in the Draft National Energy and Climate Plan for Hungary

Benedek Jávor: "The role of European legislation for Hungarian RES policies"

Eva Hoos: "The impact of EU's Clean Energy Package on Hungary's energy transition"

Lukas Liebmann: "Status quo and opportunities for Hungarian RES policies"

Diana Urge-Vorsatz: "The role of renewable energies in capping global warming at 1.5C- Insights from the IPCC's 2018 Special Report"

László Szabó: "Funding Renewable Energy"

Péter Bacsfay: "Photovoltaic Power Plant Financing"

 

 

Picture by the Office of the Hungarian National Assembly

 

 


Picture by the Office of the Hungarian National Assembly

In cooperation with the Hungarian National Assembly

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