Electric energy crisis management consultancy

Uninterrupted electric energy supply is essential for modern society. Organizations responsible for supply are required, usually by law, to ensure the continuous provision of their services. As part of such continuous services, they need to be prepared for supply crises, the prevention of critical situations, and, if such situations do arise, the mitigation or elimination of potential consequences. A key condition for managing a possible supply crisis is the definition of the tasks and responsibilities of the organizations involved in management, as well as rules of procedure for the execution of tasks and cooperation between organizations ? ultimately the development of a so-called crisis plan.
The rules of procedure to be followed should be operable in case of a critical situation, so it is essential that they are tested beforehand.

The responsibilities of organizations involved in managing critical situations are not limited to actual crises; as another fundamental activity, they need to be constantly prepared for prevention and management.
Crisis management tasks - including prevention, preparation and the mitigation or elimination of the consequences of actual crises - and the costs thereof are within the scope of responsibilities of service providers, regulatory and other government institutions, which means cooperation and the efficient distribution of tasks are of primary importance.
We can continuously monitor Hungarian and international laws and any changes therein; develop, test and implement a so-called crisis plan in accordance with the legal requirements to define tasks for the prevention and management of possible supply crises; support the execution of tasks included in the crisis plan; and arrange cooperation between the organizations involved.