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Energy in Central Europe

Thirty years after the fall of the Soviet Union, Central European countries are facing new energy challenges. This rapidly growing part of the EU has come a long way in its energy transition, but the region still lacks critical infrastructure and remains heavily dependent on Russia for energy resources. What role will alternative energy technologies and natural gas imported from outside of Europe and Russia play in Central Europe’s ongoing energy transition?

At this event, officials from Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia discussed their countries’ current energy landscapes and prospects for future development. This event was sponsored by the Baker Institute Center for Energy Studies. Follow @CES_Baker_Inst on Twitter and join the conversation online with #BakerEnergy





Featured Speakers

Paweł Kotowski
Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of Poland

His Excellency Hynek Kmoníček
Czech Ambassador to the United States

His Excellency László Szabó, M.D.
Hungarian Ambassador to the United States

His Excellency Ivan Korčok
Slovak Ambassador to the United States 



Tue, Nov. 19, 2019
10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central


James A. Baker III Hall, Rice University
6100 Main St.
Houston, Texas 77005

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