Cross-border energy cooperation in Central Europe - The case of HungaryUploaded: 12 of November, 2018

Great importance is placed on regional energy cooperation because of two reasons. The first reason is the RES targets set by the European Commission and the more effective regional solutions for the challenges related to this energy transition. The second reason of cross-border cooperation is the high cost of ensuring gas supply security and source diversification at national level only.
The aim of this country paper - prepared for the 3rd Central European Energy Day - is to present how Hungary is involved in cross-border energy cooperation. Furthermore, we identify the lessons learned during recent cooperation activities and we propose further regional priorities to consider.