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Speaking at Thursday’s public online consultation on the program, József Béres, Deputy CEO of E.ON Hungária Group, said that  the Danube InGrid is one of the largest and most forward-looking grid development programs in recent years, playing an important role in ensuring the grid connection of renewable electricity generation and serving the growing needs of customers.

In the framework of the project, E.ON Hungária Group started the development of the electricity network in North Transdanubia in 2021, and several elements of the project have already been completed, with substations in Öttevény, Gyermely and Székesfehérvár already in operation, he said.

Danube InGrid Project Continues