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The Embassy of Hungary in Helsinki organised a seminar to discuss the future of Europe in the context of sustainability. During the keynote speeches and panel discussion not only the environmental, but the social and economic aspects of sustainability were discussed. Participants emphasised the role of nuclear energy and gas during the green transition, and mentioned the difficulties around the EU Taxonomy. Experts agreed the important role of hydrogen in the future of energy storage.
Bem rakpart 47, Budapest, 1027 Hungary
Event reportEmbassy of Hungary in Helsinki organised a seminar to discuss the future of Europe in the context of sustainability. State Secretary László György in his keynote speech talked about the sustainability in a wider context, including demographic, economic, social and financial sustainability. He also underlined that the EU can only be strong if its member states are strong and a successful Europe needs economic success stories. Leading Specialist of the Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra Mr Mika Sulkinoja emphasized the importance of circular economy in his keynote speech. During a panel discussion former Minister of Justice, and Cabinet of Chief of Minister of Environment Hannele Pokka, Research Associate of Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research, Enikő Kácsor and Mika Sulkinoja talked about several aspects of sustainability, and answered the questions of participants who were mainly business people and researchers. Panellists discussed the role of nuclear energy and gas in the transition period in context of EU Taxonomy. Experts agreed the important role of hydrogen in the future of energy storage, and one of the possible solution to reduce carbon emission of transport.
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