Host of the Summit: Kata Jaksity
László Palkovics, Minister for Innovation and Technology
Frans Timmermans, Executive Vice-President of the European Commission responsible for the European Green Deal
John Murton, COP26 Envoy of the UK Government
Matt Simister, Central European CEO, TESCO
Csaba Kiss, Deputy CEO, Chief Technical Officer at MVM Hungarian Electricity Ltd
Corporate stakeholders from a variety of sectors discuss the challenges and opportunities of implementing green strategies to achieve a more sustainable business model.
Balázs Felsmann, Senior Research Associate, Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research (REKK)
Andreas Klugescheid, Head Governmental Affairs and External Relation Europe, Middle East and Africa, BMW
The future of transportation. How can we manage to reduce the harmful environmental impacts of the transportation sector which accounts for almost one-third of the European carbon emissions?
Zoltán Vígh, Executive Director of JÁK Hungarian E-Mobility Cluster and Board Member of the Hungarian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association
Pál Kovács, State Secretary for the maintenance of capacity of the Paks Nuclear Power Plant
Tarek Hegazy, CEO and Creative Director, Living Design, Stockholm
Alberto Ninio, Director-General, Asian Infrastructure Bank (AIIB)
Experts from the financial sector discuss the role of sustainable investments in accelerating the green transition and climate change mitigation.
László Örlős, Managing Director, Western Balkans Green Center
Jan Bondaruk, Deputy Director for Environmental Engineering, Central Mining Institute, (Poland)
Péter Kaderják, Minister of State for Energy and Climate Policy, Ministry for Innovation and Technology
Terhi Lehtonen, State Secretary at Ministry for the Environment (Finland)
On their way to developing a smart city ecosystem, city leaders share their experience and insights on the transformation of urban areas with sustainable solutions in local mobility; integrated infrastructure; logistics and public services.
Claudia Patricolo, Editor-in-Chief, CEENERGYNEWS
Alastair Marke, Director General, Blockchain and Climate Institute (UK)