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  • Title: Second Regional Energy Forum
    Descriptive info: .. Introduction.. About the Forum.. Partners.. Full Program.. Social Event.. Forum Fees.. Location & Transport.. Hotels & Travel.. Press Room.. FAQ.. Registration.. Delegate sign-in.. Username:.. Password:.. As interdependence in the world continues to grow, the critical challenges relating to energy sustainability, consumption and the environment, and their impact on competitiveness, should not be addressed on a national level but rather at a regional level.. Continue  ...   Forum summary and outcomes.. Details regarding forum speakers and topics.. The forum venue and how to get there.. Press Releases.. Hotels Travel.. News from the organizers and partners.. Details regarding the evening reception.. Information for delegates travelling from abroad.. Photos Videos.. Archive for journalists and media.. Details regarding fees and available discounts.. The forum's corporate and strategic partners.. 2007-2008 AmCham Hungary.. Terms of use.. Privacy policy..

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  • Title: Second Regional Energy Forum
    Descriptive info: Global Challenges Regional Actions.. More importantly, these challenges, if addressed jointly, present the region with a unique opporunity to generate a leapfrog effect that will allow it to bring the competitiveness of the region to new heights.. These were the conclusions drawn during the First Regional Energy Forum, held in 2007, and provides the foundation for the Second Regional Energy Forum to be held on October 7-8, 2008 in Budapest, Hungary.. Along with the organizers, the American Chambers of Commerce (AmCham) in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Ukraine, and AmCham EU; the forum s initiating partner GE; the forum s corporate partners; and the government of the Republic of Hungary, the Second Regional Energy Forum aims to foster a fruitful and positive dialogue on the global energy challenges facing Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).. In doing so, we seek to highlight concrete solutions and promote a more unified, collaborative approach and a common vision for the region s future.. We  ...   groups such as the private, public, civic, government and media sectors in CEE.. Together, we will address issues critical to the region including:.. What are the implications of the EU s 20-20-20 regulation in the face of CEE s increasing demand for energy?.. What are the efficiency, security and sustainability implications of the fragmented nature of the region s energy market, and what are the obstacles to and the benefits of a regional energy market?.. What are the efficiency and security implications of the fragmented nature of the region s energy network, and what are the obstacles to and the benefits of a regional energy market?.. Which strategies can the region leverage to better attract and coordinate financing for projects that effectively address energy deficits and ensure supply sustainability?.. We hope that we will be able to involve you in this dialogue.. We look forward to welcoming you to the Second Regional Energy Forum in Budapest, Hungary.. Laszlo Steiner.. Chairman.. Regional Energy Forum..

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  • Title: Second Regional Energy Forum
    Descriptive info: The Regional Energy Forum is a joint initiative between the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovak Republic, Ukraine and AmCham EU, and the forum's initiating partner GE with the mission:.. to promote multi-stakeholder cross-border co-operations in order to identify and implement effective solutions to global energy challenges in Central and Eastern Europe and thereby enhance the competitiveness of the region in the global market.. Brochure.. For more information about the Regional Energy Forum, please click on the image to download the forum brochure.. (PDF, 900 KB).. Who Should Attend.. The Second Regional Energy Forum is a must for senior representatives from all stakeholder groups dealing with or affected by energy issues in CEE and wishing to update and share their knowledge on critical global and regional trends.. More importantly, the forum is for leaders who want to make a difference and are convinced that global challenges, through a series of dialogues and the promotion of long-term regional cooperations and partnerships, can be turned into a unique opportunity for CEE in the global marketplace.. The First Regional Energy Forum -.. Today s Needs Sustainable Business Answers.. The First Regional Energy Forum, held in Budapest, Hungary on 11-12 October 2007, brought together 230 high-level stakeholders from the business, government and NGO sectors as well as 65 media from 8 countries, reaching a population of 140 million inhabitants, to lay the foundation for a new and innovative approach to resolving cirital energy issues in CEE.. Among the keynote speakers addressing the issues of energy challenges were:.. Ferenc Gyurcsany, Prime Minister of the Republic of Hungary;.. George Soros, Chairman, Soros Fund Management.. Nani Beccalli, President and CEO, GE International.. Monika Michaliszyn, Commissioner of the Polish Prime Minister for the Regional Energy Cooperation for Baltic States.. György Mosonyi, CEO, MOL.. Peter Kiss, Partner, Energy and Utilities Advisory Services, KPMG in Central and Eastern Europe.. Kevin T.. Connor, Global Partner, Erõs Ügyvédi Iroda / Squire, Sanders Dempsey LLP.. Summary of Key Takeaways.. The First Regional Energy forum resulted in a first shortlist of issues on which CEE countries could possibly cooperate.. 1.. Energy efficiency.. All countries in the region have the same history of energy-inefficient communist industries and housing schemes and the devastating effect that cheap subsidized energy had on the mentality of the consumer.. CEE is far behind Western European countries in this respect, which means there is an enormous scope for improvement and learning from each others experiences.. 2.. Renewable energy.. There is, also for historic reasons, a large gap between Western Europe and the CEE region in this field, too, and the gap is growing.. Countries could cooperate in developing regulation to encourage production and use of renewable energies.. 3.. Nuclear energy.. Many countries in the region have nuclear power stations and many have plans to enlarge their nuclear capacity.. It would be wise to coordinate these developments, while at the same time try and cooperate on the very burning issue of nuclear waste.. 4.. Diversification of input.. Independence from gas and oil deliveries from Russia is an important, though complicated geopolitical issue for all countries in the region.. 5.. Securing financing.. The EBRD (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development) is already developing special funds for energy and environmental investment in CEE, but financial institutions such as pension funds in Western Europe are increasingly interested in investing in green targets and a common approach may help getting them to invest more in the region.. 6.. Regional Market.. The overall feeling at the Forum was also that the creation of a regional energy market as a step towards or as part of a much-needed pan-European energy  ...   pushes the price of renewable sources of energy way up.. It increases the complexity, it increases the risk, and investors fundamentally don't like it.. So if the region wants to get hold of the opportunity, that I think is under exploited today, then one way or another they have to figure out a mean to create a more consistent set of market rules.. It would take forever for 27 countries in Europe to get their act together and come up with a consistent approach to renewable.. Maybe this region could go from being a bit of a laggard to leapfrogging and becoming a bit of a leader by getting their act together as kind of the new member states of the European Union and showing the rest of us how to do it.. That would be a great triumph.. György Mosonyi, CEO, MOL:.. Climate change is the biggest challenge concerning sustainable development.. If we cannot find a solution, we will not have a sustainable energy industry in the future.. To handle this, we must look beyond incremental changes in technology, and to a revolution in technology.. That's the challenge of today.. Where I see a real opportunity is to leverage university base and using the knowledge base that the region has.. It needs coordination and concentration of resources because if we fragment the available resources we cannot achieve the necessary breakthrough performance.. Peter Kiss, Partner with Energy and Utilities Advisory Services KPMG in Central and Eastern Europe:.. We are proud to be the part of this excellent initiative.. The First Regional Energy Forum is a unique opportunity to recognize the importance of strengthening partnerships between the CEE countries, to pool their resources and to team up to secure a reliable and sustainable source of energy for CEE in the long run.. Connor, Global Partner with Erõs Ügyvédi Iroda / Squire, Sanders Dempsey LLP.. :.. One of the benefits of this forum is to try to do things that we can as all the stakeholders to ( ) create broader regulatory consistency across the region, whether it s on interconnection, transmission, rates, whatever it might be.. Konrad Kreuzer, Chairman of the Board of Directors, E.. ON Hungary.. CEE power demand grows with more than 3% per year.. On top of the existing power capacity, CEE will need to build 25,000 megawatt by 2050.. Renewables are high on the agenda, but nuclear energy is a must, too.. Dr.. János Zlinszky, Senior Advisor, Regional Environment Center; Professor, Pázmány Péter University:.. The lines of communication between the business and NGO sector needs to be improved and strengthened.. A forum like this can very much demonstrate the willingness and the ability of the business sector to contribute to solving issues such as a widespread technology shift, energy scarcity, and climate change.. This is very, very important because there is a widespread suspicion and doubt in the NGO community as to whether such a commitment actually exists on the business side.. Monika Michaliszyn, Commissioner of the Polish Prime Minister for the Regional Energy Cooperation for Baltic States:.. The example of the Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant project demonstrates that it is possible to build the necessary mutual trust ( ).. Working on the project we realized that we had hardly known each other.. Now we have closer contact not only with Lithuania but also with Latvia and Estonia.. (.. ) Now we have a common aim.. Try to realize what we can do after one year at the next Forum.. Even if we can only start by small projects, maybe between Poland and Hungary, or any other countries in Central Europe, each will make our region stronger..

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  • Title: Second Regional Energy Forum
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  • Title: Second Regional Energy Forum
    Descriptive info: Day 1 - Tuesday, 7 October 2008:.. 12:00 - 13:00.. Registration Buffet Lunch.. 13:00 - 13:05.. Welcoming Address.. by Dr.. Gusztav Bienerth, President, AmCham Hungary.. 13:05 - 14:25.. Global Challenges in a Regional Scope.. 13:05 - 13:25.. Opening Keynote Address.. by Ferenc Gyurcsany, Prime Minister, the Republic of Hungary.. 13:25 - 13:40.. György Mosonyi, GCEO, MOL.. 13:40 - 13:55.. Peter Kiss, Head of Sector, Energy, KPMG in Central and Eastern Europe.. 13:55 - 14:10.. Connor, Global Partner, Erõs Ügyvédi Iroda / Squire, Sanders Dempsey.. 14:10 - 14:25.. Q A.. facilitated by Andras Patko, President, AP International Finance Corporation.. 14:25 - 15:00.. Coffee Break.. 15:00 - 17:00.. Strategic Breakout Sessions.. A.. Meeting EU's 20-20-20 Regulation.. Session Moderator:.. Edit Herczog, Hungarian Member of the European Parliament (Socialist Platform/ MSZP).. Session Experts:.. Mike Baunton, Member of the Executive Council of AmCham EU, Vice President EAME Operations, Caterpillar.. Alessandro Profili, Director European Affairs, Alcoa.. Robert Bell, Group Director - Operations, AEA.. Carlos Härtel, Managing Director, GE Global Research Center Europe.. Olivier Silla, Policy Co-ordinator, Directorate General for Energy and Transport, Eurpean Commission.. B.. Supply Sustainability: Solutions in Sources and Technologies.. Markus Becker, European Energy Policy Executive.. GE Energy.. Session Experts:.. Urszula Gacek, Polish Member of European Parliament (Civic Platform/EPP).. Pawel Skowronski, Director of Business Development, Vattenfall.. Petr Bodnar, Vice President for Investments and Development, CEZ.. Peter Evans, General Manager of Global Strategy and Planning, GE Energy.. George Babcoke, President, U.. S.. Steel Kosice and Global Chair, Corporate Steering Team of Energy Intensity and Reduction of Greenhouse Gases (CGCMT).. Zoltan Kövesdi, Member of the Board, Elmû (Budapest Electricity).. Derek Taylor, Advisor, Directorate General for Energy and Transport, Eurpean Commission.. Gábor Magyar, CEO, WWF Hungary.. C.. Network Interconnectivity in  ...   Registration Breakfast.. 09:00 - 09:05.. Welcoming Remarks.. Gusztav Bienerth, President of AmCham Hungary.. 09:05 - 10:20.. Regional Answers to Global Energy Challenges.. 09:05 - 09:20.. John G.. Rice, Vice Chairman, GE and President CEO, GE Technology Infrastructure.. 09:20 - 09:35.. Gabor Szorenyi, Chairman, European Regulators Regional Association (ERRA).. 09:35 - 09:50.. Marta Bonifert Szigeti, Executive Director, Regional Environmental Center (REC).. 09:50 - 10:05.. Gunnar Boye Olesen, European Coordinator, International Network for Sustainable Energy (INFORSE).. 10:05 - 10:20.. László Steiner, Founding Partner, Hungarian Interim Management (HIM) and Chairman, Regional Energy Forum.. 10:20 - 11:20.. Strategic Session Reports.. 10:20 - 10:40.. by Jerome Bandry, Member of AmCham EU, Manager EU Government Affairs, Caterpillar.. 10:40 - 11:00.. by Igor Muszynski, Executive Partner, Chadbourne Parke Warsaw Office.. 11:00 - 11:20.. by Krisztián Orbán Managing Director, Oriens Investment Management.. 11:20 - 11:35.. 11:35 - 12:35.. Financing the Solutions to Energy Challenges.. Panel Moderator:.. Christopher Dinsdale, Senior Manager, KPMG`s Energy Utilities Centre of Excellence, Budapest.. Panel Experts:.. Christopher Hurst, Director of the Energy and Transport Department, European Investment Bank (EIB).. Alin Giurgiu, Director Special Projects, Enterprise Capital.. Samuele Furfari, Deputy-Head of Unit, Regulatory Policy and Promotion of New Renewable Energies and Energy Efficiency, Directorate General for Energy and Transport, Eurpean Commission.. Allan Walmsley, Managing Director, Atel Power Generation Central Europe.. Balázs Felsmann, Partner, Force Motrice.. 12:35 - 13:30.. Roundtable on Common Energy Vision.. Panel Facilitator:.. András Patkó, President, AP International Finance Corporation.. With governmental representatives of nations in Central and Eastern Europe.. 13:30 - 13:35.. 13:35 - 14:35.. Buffet Lunch.. Translation.. The language of the forum is English.. Translation into other languages will not be available.. Disclaimer:.. The organizers reserve the right to make changes to the program where necessary..

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  • Title: Second Regional Energy Forum
    Descriptive info: Evening Reception: Tuesday, 7 October 2008 - 19:30 22:30.. The organizers of the Second Regional Energy Forum are pleased to host forum delegates during an evening reception with a buffet dinner at the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest.. Bus transfers to the museum will be made available from the Budapest Marriott Hotel and will leave from 19:00 and return at 22:30.. About the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest.. Located next to Budapest s Heroes Square, the Museum of Fine Arts Budapest is regarded as one of Europe's most significant museums.. The versatility of its permanent exhibitions, its historical continuity, and the wide array of masterpieces has made it a truly unique establishment.. The museum was commissioned by the millennium act of 1896, which aimed to unite all existing collections in Hungary under one roof.. The building was designed by Albert Schickendanz and Fülöp Herzog, whose neo-classical  ...   Europe, illustrating the age of the pharaohs with more than 4000 items.. Antique Collection: a collection of more than 5,000 marble statuettes, clay, glass, and textile items spanning the entire era of antiquities.. Old Gallery: 3,000 paintings portraying the periods of European art from the 13th to the end of the 18th century.. Old Sculpture Collection: A collection of 600 figures illustrate the history of European sculpting up to the 19th century.. Graphics Collection: History of European graphics and art via 10,000 drawings and 100,000 engravings.. Modern Collection: discover almost 1,000 paintings and sculptures, among them many world-renowned works, from the 1800's to today.. Among the world-famous works found in the museum are a black-figure amphora by Exekias, Raphael's Esterházy Madonna, pictures by El Greco, Velázquez and Goya, Dürer's Portrait of a Youth, Leonardo's Equestrian Statue, Manet's Lady with a Fan, and Chagall's Village in Blue..

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  • Title: Second Regional Energy Forum
    Descriptive info: AmCham Member.. Non-AmCham Member.. Standard Fee.. EUR 550.. EUR 650.. Group Discounts.. Two persons from one organization.. after 17 August 2008.. EUR 500.. EUR 600.. Three or more persons from one organization after 17 August 2008.. EUR 450.. Prices are per person and exclude 20% Hungarian VAT.. Discounts cannot be combined.. The registration fee for the forum covers the attendance of the registered person during the Second Regional Energy Forum on 7-8 October 2008 including full documentation, refreshments, lunches and participation at the evening reception in the Museum of Fine Arts on 7 October 2008.. Upon receipt of registration, the American Chamber of Commerce in Hungary will send a letter of confirmation, including an invoice.. Registrations are only confirmed based on the settlement of the invoice issued prior to the event.. Registrations may be submitted up to 5 working days before the forum.. Participants will only be admitted to the forum if payment has been received in advance and in full.. In the event that payment has not been received when the forum commences, participants will be asked to provide a credit card to allow their registration to  ...   refunded.. If the cancellation notice is NOT received at least 5 working days prior to the day of the forum, the participation fee will NOT be refunded.. Terms and conditions.. The organizers reserve the right to make changes to the program and speakers where necessary.. The registration fee does not include participant's travel or accommodation expenses.. Participants are requested to enquire with their travel agent to find out if it is necessary to obtain a visa to the hosting country.. The organizers reserve the right to accept or reject participants at their own discretion.. Should, for any reason outside the control of the organizers, the venue or speakers change, or the event be cancelled due to an act of terrorism, war or medical emergency, extreme weather conditions or industrial action, the client hereby indemnifies and holds the organizers harmless for any and all costs, damages and expenses, including legal fees, which are incurred by the client.. The construction, validity and performance of this agreement shall be governed in all respects by the laws of Hungary to the exclusive jurisdiction of whose Courts the Parties hereby agree to submit..

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  • Title: Second Regional Energy Forum
    Descriptive info: Conference Location.. Budapest, the capital city and cultural center of Hungary is located on both banks of the Danube river.. It is known as one of the most beautiful cities in Central and Eastern Europe and a natural bridge between East and West thanks to its exceptional, central location on the continent.. The Second Regional Energy Forum will be held at the Magyar Telekom Tõlösi Conference Center, a modern fully equipment conference facility located 10 minutes from the city centre.. Address.. Magyar Telekom.. Tölösi Conference Center.. Krisztina körút 55.. 1013 Budapest.. Hungary.. Transport.. Courtesy buses.. Courtesy buses to and from the forum and the social event will be made available from the Budapest Marriott Hotel.. Taxi.. Taxis have the word Taxi written on them and have yellow registration plates.. It is compulsory for them to use a taximeter that can also give a receipt.. The price chargeable is calculated according to the distance travelled but will also include a fixed booking fee and (if  ...   1 200-0000.. Tele 5 Taxi: +36 1 355-5555.. Rádiótaxi: +36 1 377-7777.. 6x6 Taxi: +36 1 266-6666.. Avoid hailing cabs in the street, instead ask your hotel to order you a taxi from a reliable company, or call them by phone instead.. Public transport.. Budapest s network of public transport services includes buses, trolleybuses, trams, underground trains (Metró) and over ground suburban trains (HÉV).. Buses, trams and trolleybuses run daily from 4:30 a.. m.. until 11:00 p.. Single-, transfer-, discount coupon- and metro tickets must be purchased before boarding; you cannot buy them from the driver and there are no conductors.. Tickets are available at Underground stations and from vending machines at many bus and tram stops in the city centre.. The venue of the Second Regional Energy Forum (the Magyar Telekom Tölösi Conference Center) is a 5 minutes walk from the Southern Railway Station, Déli pályaudvar, the railhead of M2 Metro.. For more about Budapest's public transport services, please visit.. www.. bkv.. hu..

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  • Title: Second Regional Energy Forum
    Descriptive info: Recommended Hotels.. Sofitel Budapest.. Address:.. 1051 Budapest,.. Roosevelt tér 1.. Location:.. City center.. Four Seasons Gresham.. Palace Budapest.. Roosevelt tér 5-6.. Boscolo New York Palace Budapest.. 1073 Budapest,.. Erzsébet krt.. 9-11.. City center.. Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest.. Erzsébet tér 7-8.. Corinthia Grand Hotel Rolyal.. 1071 Budapest,.. 43-49.. Le Meridien Budapest.. Erzsébet tér 9-10.. City Center.. Ramada Plaza Budapest.. 1036 Budapest,.. Árpád fejedelem útja 94.. Green belt.. Queens Court Hotel.. 1072 Budapest,.. Dob u.. 63.. Travel.. By plane.. Budapest (Ferihegy) International Airport.. is sixteen kilometers south-east of the city centre.. It has two terminals:.. Terminal One is reopened for low-cost airlines in September 2005;.. Terminal Two is divided into two, with Terminal 2A the departure and arrival point for flights of Malév Hungarian Airlines and Terminal 2B hosting all international carriers flights, including some of the budget airlines.. The airport s central telephone number for information is (+36-1) 296-9696, and flight information is available on (+36-1) 296-7000.. Luggage services can be contacted on (+36-1) 296-8108 and (+36-1) 296-7217 in connection with flights into and out of Terminal 2A, and (+36-1) 295-3480 and (+36-1) 296-7948 for Terminal 2B.. All major car rental companies have offices in the arrivals hall of Budapest Ferihegy Airport.. For those not driving, the.. Airport Minibus.. will carry passengers to and from any part of Budapest.. It is very popular and provides excellent value for money.. The one-way fare is HUF 2,990 and the return fare is just HUF 4,990.. A taxi to the centre of  ...   on the Blue (Number 3) line.. For more information about train schedules, please visit.. elvira.. By car.. All Hungary s motorways and most of the main roads radiate out from the capital.. The M1, M3, M5 and M7 are all toll motorways, and you must pay the appropriate toll (either at the border or at larger petrol stations).. Road signs conform to continental standards.. The wearing of a seatbelt is compulsory in both the front and back seats, and only mobile phones fitted with loudspeaker or handsfree microphone may be used whilst the vehicle is in motion.. It is recommended that drivers making or receiving a call pull over to the side of the road in a safe area.. A word of caution: as of January 2008, drivers caught drinking ANY alcohol will have their driver's licences confiscated on the spot, regardless of whether the driver is a local or a foreigner.. Speed limits are 50 km/hour (31 mph) in built-up areas and 90 km/hour (56 mph) elsewhere, except on dual carriageways (110 km/hour, 68 mph) and motorways (130 km/hour, 80 mph).. The horn can only be used in built-up areas in an emergency.. 24-hour roadside assistance is available from the Magyar Autóklub (Tel.. : (+36-1) 345-1755), and emergency roadside help can also be called for by dialling 188.. Hungarian Automobile Club (Magyar Autóklub) 24 hour helpline: (+36-1)345-1755.. Roadside breakdown service: 188.. Information on roadworks in progress, diversions, motorway vignette prices and other useful information:.. motorway.. Source:.. budapestinfo..

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  • Title: Second Regional Energy Forum
    Descriptive info: For press and media enquiries, please contact:.. Zsolt Makai.. Regional Energy Forum Secretariate / The American Chamber of Commerce in Hungary.. Tel: 00 36 1 266 9880 ext.. 319.. E-mail:.. zsolt.. makai@energycee.. László Fekete.. Heart Communications.. Tel: 00 36 1 302 5354.. laszlo.. fekete@heartcom.. Pre-event press release.. Beharangozó sajtóközlemény.. Download (en/hu).. On-site press release.. Helyszíni sajtóközlemény.. Post-event press release.. Utólagos sajtóközlemény.. Summary press release.. Összefoglaló sajtóközlemény.. Download (en).. Photos.. Second Regional Energy Forum.. First Regional Energy Forum.. Videos.. Organizing AmChams.. AmCham Bulgaria.. AmCham Czech Republic.. AmCham EU.. AmCham Hungary.. AmCham Poland.. AmCham Romania.. AmCham Slovakia.. AmCham Ukraine.. GE.. Studies Reports.. KPMG CEE Nuclear Energy  ...   MB).. KPMG CEE Electricity Outlook 2008.. 26 MB).. Summary Report.. Second Regional Energy Forum Summary Report.. (1.. 00 MB).. NEW.. News Flash.. #6 - Regional Energy Summit in Budapest.. #5 - Involving the entire society.. #4 - The need to develop a sustainable regional energy model.. #3 - Ensuring a more secure gas supply.. #2 - Cooperation leads to common benefits.. #1 - Acting as a Region Makes us Stronger.. Program Details.. Full program of the Second Regional Energy Forum.. Speakers Bios.. Partners' Details.. MOL.. KPMG.. MAVIR.. Squire, Sanders Dempsey.. ELMÛ.. AES.. U.. Steel Kosice.. GKI Energy Research and Consulting.. Regional Environmental Centre (REC)..

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    Descriptive info: General.. Q:.. What is the language of the forum, and is translation available?.. A:.. All presentations given in other languages will be translated via simultaneous translation into English.. Translation into other languages is not available.. Q:.. What is the dress code for the evening reception on 7 October 2008?.. A:.. Due to the different international rules and traditions concerning proper attire, the organizers of the Regional Energy Forum  ...   cocktail dress.. Gentlemen may wear black tie, a dark suit or jacket and tie.. Can partners attend the evening reception on 7 October 2008?.. Participation at the evening reception on 7 October 2008 is for forum delegates only.. What is the currency in Hungary?.. Hungarian currency is Forint.. You can change money at the airport or at selected locations throughout the city.. Credit cards are also widely accepted..

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