From July 2022, Szabolcs Mizsei, energy economist, will take over the executive management of MEHI. Between 2002 and 2006 Szabolcs worked as a permanent expert at the Telecommunications and Information Technology Committee of the National Assembly. After that, he gained 4 years of experience in corporate management at Magyar Telekom. From 2016, he worked as an innovation consultant at MVM and later as head of the innovation department. Since its foundation, he was a member of the Supervisory Board of MVM's energy incubation house, the Smart Future Lab, for 2 years. For the previous 5 years he was a senior consultant and training manager at the Kürt Academy. President of the Graduate Society of the Széchenyi István Széchenyi College at Corvinus University. He specialises in public policy programme analysis, agile management and digital platform development. In addition to providing operational support to MEHI's high-level professional work, his personal goal is to expand research and client-focused services.
She graduated from Corvinus University of Budapest with a degree in Economics, majoring in Environmental Economics. He studied for 1 year at the Mannheim University of Economics. He worked for 5 years in the construction industry, assisting the Hungary Green Building Council, and then at the National Adaptation Centre, where she was involved in climate strategies and awareness raising activities. She worked at the Climate Policy Department of the Ministry of Innovation and Technology and then as financial manager of a LIFE Nature project. She has been working at MEHI since 2020, mainly on the RenoHub H2020 building renovation encouriging project, but also in other expert and communication roles.
energy efficiency policy expert
Anikó Pálffy joined MEHI in October 2020. After graduating in economics from the Budapest University of Economics and Business Administration, she received a degree in public policy from SUNY Albany Rockefeller College in New York State. From 2004 to 2007, she worked as an energy regulatory and green energy expert at the Ministry of Economy and Transport, and from 2010 as an electricity market analyst at the Hungarian Energy Office. Between 2015 and 2020, she was involved in energy efficiency at the Hungarian Energy and Utility Regulatory Office: she was responsible for international energy efficiency projects (e.g. Odyssee Mure, Ensmov) and contributed to the preparation of policy decisions, analyses and studies related to the implementation of the Energy Efficiency Directive in Hungary.
She graduated from the University of Pécs, specialising in spatial and urban development. Her main research interests included sustainable development, renewable energy sources and their impact on job creation. She practiced at the Pécs Resource Centre and at the Rural Development Department of the Municipality of Keszthely. Her tasks include event preparation, project administration and research related to the studies.
RenoPont coordinator and sustainability expert
Adrienn as a member of MEHI welcomes all those planning energy renovation in the offices of RenoPont Energy Home Renovation Centre in Budapest City Centre and VIII. district. Further information and appointment booking: renopont.hu