Founder & CEO, Landwärme
Zoltan Elek graduated from Technical University of Munich in electrical engineering with a major in energy technology. In addition, he graduated from the Center for Digital Technology and Management at the LudwigMaximilians-Universität Munich, participated in an MBA program in cooperation with the University of California (Berkeley), and completed an executive program at Harvard Business School. After his employment at E.ON Engineering, Stadtwerke München, and McKinsey & Company, Mr Elek founded Landwärme in 2007 and is now managing director of the Germany-based company. Landwärme is a biomethane supplier active in the European market. With a trading portfolio of more than 2.5 TWh, the company is now Europe’s leading biomethane trader. In addition to trading, Landwärme plans and operates biogas upgrading plants as well and offers services along the entire biomethane value chain. Mr Elek’s company is not only a pioneer in the German market, but is also actively building the bridge between Eastern and Western Europe and is working on lowering the bar toward an integrated European market for renewable gas. Landwärme has, for instance, played a vital role in the successful implementation of the first Eastern European biomethane plant in Hungary. Hence, Mr Elek offers around 10 years of experience in and well-founded knowledge of the biomethane industry and markets in Europe. He is constantly present in the discourse around renewable energies and biomethane in particular and has given numerous presentations at both German and European events.
- The New Energy Mix,
13-Nov-2019Renewable Gas Markets,
Hub Sessions Programme
- Energy Markets - Theatre 5 (Gas Markets),