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Road to renewables for Swiss natural gas specialist MET Group

Road to renewables for Swiss natural gas specialist MET Group

Switzerland-based MET Group is targeting construction of 500MW of renewables capacity in Europe by 2023 as part of a new push into the sector.
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2021. 07. 15.
Interview: MET on track to reach 500 MW renewables by 2023 in CEE

Interview: MET on track to reach 500 MW renewables by 2023 in CEE

Energy company MET Group is on track to meet a 500 MW renewable capacity target by 2023 as it aims to become a significant player in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), head of renewables Christian Huerlimann said June 28 in an interview.
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2021. 07. 01.
Florin Frunză: Energy transition must be a national priority because it affects all consumer categories

Florin Frunză: Energy transition must be a national priority because it affects all consumer categories

MET Romania Energy, one of the largest local energy suppliers, part of MET Group, says green energy projects are in its long-term development plan. Last year, however, local business suffered from the health crisis which had a direct impact on the energy consumption.
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2021. 05. 25.
Integrated risk management: we have our feet on the ground

Integrated risk management: we have our feet on the ground

We operate in an ever more volatile energy sector – with climate risks, the ever-present threat of the Covid-19 pandemic, and the knock on economic effect on almost all sectors of the economy, all only adding up to this volatility. Our role as a business is to help our customers via offering integrated risk management.
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2021. 04. 13.
MET Italia steps into e-mobility pursuing its growth plan

MET Italia steps into e-mobility pursuing its growth plan

“The lush Venetian countryside, home of Prosecco wine, was the most appropriate setting to celebrate the installation of MET Italia's first automotive charging station. We are extremely pleased to have shared this small event with our partners at Cantina Paladin in Annone Veneto, who were among the first to welcome this new business venture aimed at sustainability and attention to the environment.”
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2021. 04. 12.
Swiss gas, power trader MET eyes more physical assets in expansion drive – Benjamin Lakatos

Swiss gas, power trader MET eyes more physical assets in expansion drive – Benjamin Lakatos

Switzerland-based gas and power trader MET Group is looking to expand through the acquisition of more physical assets, including those that provide synergies with its mainstay trading business, CEO Benjamin Lakatos said in an interview.
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2021. 04. 07.
How to navigate customers through volatility?

How to navigate customers through volatility?

CEO of MET International, György Vargha talks to LNG Journal’s Markets Editor Anja Karl about why it is so important to manage risks in an integrated way.
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2021. 04. 06.
MET Group goes green in CEE markets

MET Group goes green in CEE markets

As part of the ongoing energy transition, Swiss-based MET Group shift its focus to the renewables growth strategy. Balázs Gábor Lehőcz, chairman of the Asset Management Board says the aim is to establish a renewable portfolio of 500+ megawatts by 2023 in Central and Eastern Europe.
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2021. 03. 12.
Risk managers needed in the transformation of energy markets

Risk managers needed in the transformation of energy markets

The big question is what role natural gas will play in the changes in the global energy market, says the CEO of MET International. György Vargha explains why it is so important to manage risks in an integrated way.
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2021. 03. 09.
MET España: award for exponential growth in natural gas supply

MET España: award for exponential growth in natural gas supply

The energy sector has played a key role in the eleven months since the start of the pandemic, and it will continue to do so during the recovery. Swiss-based MET Group has acquired a leading role in Europe in terms of gas, power and oil supply.
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2021. 03. 03.
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