Green Transport in the Visegrad Region: 2020 achievements and 2030 targets

Online Workshop, 10:00 - 12:30

22 of January, 2021

As part of a common initiative of think tanks from the Visegrad Group countries - REKK (Hungary), AMO (Czech Republic), SFPA (Slovakia) and the Jagiellonian Institute (Poland) we organised an online workshop about green transport on January 22, 2021.

The aim of the workshop was to compare the V4 countries' experiences in the fields of green transport and the development of electromobility. During the workshop, we discussed the following topics:

  • Railway transport as a part of the European Green Deal in a regional context
  • A comparative approach to green transport plans in V4 countries due to 2030 targets
  • Electromobility in V4 countries - main challenges

Speakers included:

  • Zbigniew Gryglas, Deputy Minister of State Assets, Poland
  • Edit Szilágyiné Bátorfi, Executive Director, International Visegrad Fund
  • Szymon Byliński, Director of Electromobility and Hydrogen Department, Polish Ministry of Climate and Environment
  • Márk Alföldy-Boruss, Head of Department, Hungarian Ministry for Innovation and Technology
  • Paweł Wróbel, Head of Gate Brussels
  • Peter Badík, Co-founder & Managing Partner, GreenWay
  • Marcin Roszkowski, Chair, Instytut Jagielloński

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