Agenda of XXVI Energy Conference EuroPOWER

Day I, 8th November 2017

9:00 – 9:10 Official Inauguration

9:10 – 9:45 Industry and Energy in the realization of the Strategy for Responsible Development

  • Fire-chat with Deputy Prime Minister

9:45 -11:45 Block 1

Inaugural Debate

Technological leap in the Polish economy – possibilities, opportunities, needs

  • Polish economy – where we are, where we should go – industrial revolution 4.0
  • Industrial policy in Poland – priorities and conditions for development, tools, coordination, execution schedules
  • Polish energy sector in the process of modernization – state inventory and extrapolation of development trends
  • Economy and society in the face of the challenges of the future (developmental) – directions of influence and anticipated implications
  • Barriers to technology transfer
    • How to overcome the difficulties of introducing new technology?
    • System barriers – overgrowth of regulation, excessive acts as a brake of development
  • Construction of new generation power generation as a driver of innovation and technological leap in the economy

11:45 – 12:30 Coffee break

12:30 – 14:30 Block 2

Consumer on the Energy market as a priority winter package

  • Winter package – national conditions and the trajectory of effective implementation
  • Energy recipient in SDR energy sector strategic programs
  • Improving energy efficiency – actions in the interests of the public
  • Recipient or customer?
  • Entity of the recipient on the energy market. Creative or passive? What he expects and what he receives?
  • Market principles for the cooperation of energy distributors with DSO
  • Intelligent Power Grid Program in Poland
  • The problem of energy poverty

Introductory speech about winter package „Clean Energy for All Europeans”

Klaus-Dieter Borchardt, Director, Internal Energy Market, Directorate General for Energy, European Commission

14:30 – 16:00 Block 3

Capacity Market – preparation for the first auction

  • Security of supply
  • How to effectively implement the Capacity Market in Poland?
  • Foreign participants in the auction
  • DSR Services – concepts, hopes, realization
  • Capacity market price consequence for industrial customers and households – forecasts

A speech by the Ministry of Energy about the implementation of the Capacity Market Act in January 2018

Day II 9th November 2017

9:00 – 10:30 Block 4

Modern technologies in the energy sector

  • Business processes in the energy sector – what solutions and tools will they simplify?
  • Applications of advanced correlation and data analytics in the energy sector
  • Use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the energy sector
  • IoT in the energy sector
  • Measure Information Operator to improve the functioning of the energy market
  • Internal market catalysts of the new Polish specialties that can be Software and Instrumentation of Smart Grid
  • Modern technologies in power industry – examples of implementations and benefits

10:30 – 11:15 Block 5


(Expert debates on cyber security in the Polish power industry)

  • Energy sector in the face of changes resulting from the RODO directive
  • Threats from leakage of technical, economic, financial and personal data – how to secure energy companies before
    • Types of cyberattacks
    • Employee awareness about cyber security
  • Critical infrastructure security and support for modern technologies
    • The quality of technology used to eliminate hazards – is it worth investing in it?

11:15 – 12:15 Block 6

Innovation of Polish energy sector

– examples, presentations, case-studies

Start-ups in power industry

  • Examples of co-operation start-ups with energy companies

(tandem formula: start-up representative and energy company representative)

Energy clusters – concept and implementation

  • Collaboration of market players as the best answer to the challenges of the future – presentation of the clusters

12:15 – 12:45 Coffee break

12:45 – 14:15 Block 7

Gas hub

  • Strategy for natural gas
  • Diversification of gas supply security
  • North Gate
  • EFET Report – Regulatory Status on the Gas Market

Implementation plan – presentation of the Ministry of Energy

14:15 – 15:30 Block 8

Electromobility Development Program in Poland

  • Implementation of the program and the challenges associated with its implementation
  • Assumptions and main provisions of the Act on Electro-Mobility and Alternative Fuels
  • Creating conditions for development of the electromobility industry in the field of development zero-emission public transport
  • Reconstruction of medium and low voltage networks in cities
  • Development of charging infrastructure
  • The impact of the development of electromobility on the fuel sector
  • Alternative drives (LNG / CNG, hydrogen)
  • Consumer expectations

The organizer reserves the right to change the agenda.

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Update Date: 31.07.2017