Director, Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research, Budapest

Péter Kaderják is Director of the Regional Center for Energy Policy Research and leader of a postgraduate program in energy economics at the Corvinus University of Budapest. He is a research partner with the European Energy Institute at the University of Leuven, a regular lecturer at the Florence School of Regulation, and an alternate member of the ACER’s Board of Appeal. He was formerly chief of cabinet to the Minister of Economic Affairs, president of the Hungarian Energy Office and chair of the Energy Regulators Regional Association. He received his MSc in economics from the Budapest University of Economic Sciences.



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The project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 730882.

Supported by a grant from Norway. Co-financed from the Slovak State Budget. Program SK08 – CBC – Slovakia – Ukraine: Cooperation across the Border.