Peter Dovhun is a graduate of the Faculty of Foreign Trade at the University of Economics in Bratislava. He has served as Chairman of the Board and CEO of the Slovak Electricity Transmission System (SEPS) since February 2021.
He brings to the company's executive management team more than 25 years of management and entrepreneurial experience in building and leading teams, change management, and development and sustainable growth of organizations.
He was instrumental in creating the successful PR agency Interel (now Seesame) in 1996 and held senior management positions at multinational companies Motorola and Microsoft from 2000 to 2011. He subsequently used his experience in a two-year restructuring project of the s&t Group, the largest Central European systems integrator. From 2013-2018 he led the expansion of the Slovak software company Gratex International on international markets. He lived and worked in Australia for a large part of this period. After returning to Slovakia, he co-founded the software R&D center of Tachyum, an innovative start-up developing the first universal, high-performance, energy-efficient CPU chip. Before his appointment to his current position, he worked as a consultant and advisor to leaders of private companies and public organizations, including the Ministry of Finance and its subordinate organizations.
The war in Ukraine, Weaponization of energy, Commodity Prices, Energy Security // EN
Europe is facing unprecedented challenges in ensuring energy security. High commodity prices are affecting all levels of the economy. Will we be able to reduce gas consumption to the necessary levels to avoid major issues? What steps can we take now to lessen the risk and be able to address the crisis which is here now?