"Ányos Jedlik" Hungarian E-Mobility Cluster (JÁK)

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Lobbying costs:

WARNING: As this organisation lists one or more EP accredited lobbyists, it is highly improbable that its lobbying costs are lower than €10,000.

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Lobbyists declared: 2 FTE (2)

WARNING: The number of full time equivalent lobbyists declared by this organisation are extraordinarily high and may therefore have been over-declared.


Lobbyists with EP accreditation: 0

Meetings with European Commission: 0

Lobbying costs over the years:


"Ányos Jedlik" Hungarian E-Mobility Cluster (JÁK)

Registration on EU Transparency Register

785355926478-57 (First registered: 23 Mar 2017)

Goals / Remit

The Hungarian E-Mobility Cluster “Ányos Jedlik” is the platform organisation of the relevant stakeholders that are committed to the development of electric mobility. The Cluster was established in 2014 primarily as a consultative and advisory platform for the government. It is involved in shaping the necessary development policies, exploring the economic, social and environmental potential of electric mobility and recommending actions for politicians and business.


In the framework of the European Energy Union and the EU 2020 (reindustrialisation) strategy, the government of Hungary has declared its ambition to make the country the regional champion of a new and complex industry, namely the electric mobility. In the recent years, this policy has been shaped by the following factors: 1. The common climate and energy framework of the European Union with special emphasis on decarbonisation 2. Sustainable urban mobility and road transport with special emphasis on developing low and zero-emission vehicles 3. The common trend toward the low-carbon European economy 4. The common EU trend of reindustrialisation and job creation In early 2014 the work was started under the aegis of the Ministry of National Economy to provide a consistent national e-mobility strategy. The ministry focused on providing a broad framework for establishing the priorities, thus – as a consulting and agenda-setting organisation – the “Ányos Jedlik Cluster” was set up and a development programme, the “Ányos Jedlik Plan” was announced. (Both are named after an outstanding 19th century Hungarian scientist who invented an electric motor. In the further text we refer to this body using the Hungarian abbreviation “JAK”, and the plan is known in its short form as “JAT”.) JAK, as a cluster organisation, has attracted most of the relevant stakeholders, including the electric vehicle producing OEMs, energy companies, research and academic institutions, transport organisers, interested municipal authorities and some other umbrella organisations. Its working groups have elaborated proposals for the government to launch the much anticipated “Ányos Jedlik Plan” (JAT – Hungarian E-Mobility Strategy). In order to that, the proposals of JAK were accepted by the ministry as a e-mobility action plan for the government to provide – first of all - a coherent set of incentives. The “Ányos Jedlik Action Plan” was approved by the Cabinet of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in July, 2015. Since 2014, the JAK Hungarian E-Mobility Cluster has actively participated in the implementation of Directive 2014/94/EU (AFID), in formulating the Hungarian National Policy Framework for alternative fuel. The Cluster has recently gave an opinion for the government on the proposal of the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Regulation.


Head office:
Zsolt fejedelem utca 89.
Budapest H-1029

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