Shell Hungary announces formation of leadership team


From left: Zsuzsanna Károlyi, head of legal; Péter Kerékgyártó, country chair, Shell Retail Ukraine; Andrea Istenesné Solti, country chair, Shell Hungary; Csaba Fekete, finance manager, mobility CEE/Russia; Sarolta Vecsey, mobility manager HU/SI; Gyula Marik, supply product manager CEE.

Shell Hungary has announced the formation of a new leadership team. The appointment of the new directors and managers is linked to a recent organizational transformation to support the company's Powering Progress energy transition strategy.

Shell says that it aims to become a net-zero emissions energy company by 2050 or sooner, in step with society. 

"In Hungary, we have already taken several important steps towards sustainability in the recent years. Last year, we opened our own branded Shell Recharge electric charging points along with high-capacity chargers in partnership with IONITY. This year we launched our carbon neutralization service that allows our customers to offset their CO2 emissions from fuel purchases at Shell sites in Hungary," says Andrea Istenesné Solti, country chair of Shell Hungary

"We are committed to reducing carbon emissions from our own operations, for example, our retail sites are powered by electricity, coming from renewable sources and we've installed more energy-efficient equipment. I am convinced, that our renewed organization and leadership will help us to grow as a successful company in Hungary, meeting the challenges of the energy transition and providing more and cleaner energy solutions to our customers," she adds.

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