Responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic

The global COVID-19 pandemic is a fundamental test of leadership for the energy industry. Learn about our plausible and alternative scenarios of what might happen, and our tools that enable you to stress test exist strategies and emerge from the COVID-19 shock as a more resilient society. Together we can continue to accelerate a successful global energy transition.

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Slovakia Member Committee

The Slovakia National Committee aims to promote sustainable energy development in Slovakia, as a part of the World Energy Council’s energy vision. As a member of the World Energy Council network, the organisation is committed to representing the Slovakian perspective within national, regional and global energy debates. The committee includes a variety of members to ensure that the diverse energy interests of Slovakia are appropriately represented. Members of the committee are invited to attend high-level events, participate in energy-focused study groups, contribute to technical research and be a part of the global energy dialogue.

František Janíček joined the World Energy Council in 1992 as a Member of the Slovakian National Committee. In 2009, he assumed the role of Chair of the Slovak WEC Committee and has been in this role ever since. He is also a member of the working group responsible for development of the National Energy Policy of Slovakia. Until 2011, Professor Janíček was Vice-Rector of the Slovak University of Technology. Prioir to this, between 2000-2007, Professor Janíček held the post of Dean of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering. František Janíček graduated in 1979 with a degree in Nuclear Energy Engineering from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava. He was inaugurated as Professor in 1999.


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