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Energy Forum


he previous editions of the fo- rum were attended inter alia by the President of Hungary, the Prime Ministers of the Czech Re- public and Hungary, and a Special Envoy in Charge of Energy at the U.S. Department of State, as well as nu- merous representatives of European governments and parliaments. The starting point of the Fifth Forum was the presentation of the Report by KPMG entitled Prospects for the Central and Eastern European Elec- tricity Market. Its authors highlighted the fact that the Central and Eastern European region needs up to a €144 billion investment in the power sec- tor. Such actions will be necessary to meet demand over the next decade, which is expected to increase by 25%. T Richard Morningstar, Ambassador and Special Envoy for Eurasian Energ , Department of State, USA

he problem’s importance was stressed by the former Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, Mirek Topolanek, who, during the opening session entitled Energy Policy in Europe – Business and Politics, stated that Europe is facing the necessity to develop strategic solutions to the problems of the energy sector. The extended programme of the forum included 11 debates focusing on numerous vital issues of delivery safety, cooperation and international challenges, new tech- nologies and renewable energy sources. Energy and its carriers can be a weapon in a new war, but also an important component to build proper and healthy economic relationships in Europe. We aim at making energy build peace and the well-being of Europe. T

Reinhard Mitschek, Managing Directo , Nabucco Gas Pipeline International GmbH, Austria Mirosław Bieliński, President of the Board, ENERGA, Poland

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