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DISCUSSION "Energy crisis today and tomorrow"

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Is the energy crisis only caused by the conflict in Ukraine? How can it be solved immediately, the so-called short-term measures and what are the long-term measures to ensure that we as Europe are resistant to the lack of energy commodities in the future. What about new energy sources?

PETER BALÁŽ, HUAWEI: "How to quickly and effectively reduce dependence on the public source of electricity and at the same time contribute to green commitments."

Peter Blaškovitš, Národná vodíková asociácia
Martin Dudák, SPP
Michal Chudý, ITAS
Peter Baláž, HUAWEI
Martin Dudák, SPP


Peter Blaškovitš

Národná vodíková asociácia Slovenska
He is a member of the Executive Committee of the National Hydrogen Association of Slovakia. He has held various prominent positions in both the private and public sectors. He has served on many advisory bodies such as the Government Council for Science , Technology and Innovation. He was a member of the Monitoring Committee for the Operational Programme Environmental Quality. He was also a member of the Executive Committee of TAFTIE (European Network of Innovation Agencies). He is co-author of the National Hydrogen Strategy adopted by the Slovak Government. He has significantly reformed the system of renewable energy allowances for households, which has contributed to an improved and more efficient use of EU funds and more targeted suppo…
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Peter Baláž

Peter Baláž has been working at Huawei Technologies since 2013, where he held various positions. In 2020, he was appointed to the position of vice-director for the delivery and service division, where he is in charge of managing and developing projects in Slovakia. He is currently focused on the development of projects in the field of renewable energy sources, not only in the ICT segment, but also in the segment of energy services in the industrial sector.
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Martin Dudák

Martin Dudák is a graduate of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, SVŠT (Slovak University of Technology). Since 2019, he has been working as the director of the transaction management and strategy department of SPP and is also the deputy director of the Business Development Division. He has long-term experience in mergers, acquisitions, management of key consulting and privatization projects, which he gained during his many years of work in the banking sector. He also worked at the Slovak Academy of Sciences at the Institute of Technical Cybernetics.     
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