French Chamber Business Breakfast Investigating Financial Benefits of EV Purchases for Businesses


The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Hungary is set to organize a conference and roundtable discussion entitled 'Electric Cars and Charging: How to maximize return on investment for companies in 2024?' on April 17.

The event runs from 9 a.m. to noon at the D50 Hotel és Rendezvényközpont ( 1071 Budapest, Damjanich utca 50.

The conference will investigate the financial advantages of EV purchases for businesses, including first-hand calculations of opinion leaders of the sector about a profitable move in 2024.

Viktor Horváth, Deputy State Secretary responsible for Energy Transition - Ministry of Energy will deliver an address, and the roundtable will featuure Gábor Várkonyi, Moderator & Car Market expert, Attila Fésűs, executive director of Equans Hungary Kft., László Károlyi, CEO of Legrand Zrt., Kelemen-üz Gabriella, CEO of Mobilize, Balázs Vihari, PR manager for Renault, and Tamás Lukács, eMobility Business Developer at Schneider Electric, as well as Louis-Jérôme Villa, executive director of Evergy Car Charging Kft., and László Fata, founder of Cafeteria Trend Magazine.

The event will be held in Hungarian. Participation fee: HUF 12,500 + VAT.

Registration is open until April 15 via e-mail to

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