Day I, 24 October 2018
9:00 – 9:15 Official opening
- Speech of the Guest of Honour „Polish energy policies”
9:30 – 11:00 Inaugural Debate by Rzeczpospolita: Polish energy on the verge of economy 4.0 – which production sources should be used?
- The current economic model is slowly depleting, large plants are replacing small companies increasingly based on knowledge. How to adjust the generation units to this in view of the rising prices of CO2 emission allowances?
- The power market mechanism will allow for an efficient financial model for new investments – what sources should be used?
- Nuclear energy – does Poland need the atom and can we afford this type of energy?
- Renewable energy development perspectives: wind on land or sea? Prolumbian and voluminous Plumbing? Opportunities for biogas plants and biomass power plants? Will the gas energy industry be a RES stabilizer?
11:00 – 11:45 Coffee break
11:45 – 14:00 Polish energy policy vs the competitiveness of the Polish market
- The direction and priorities of governmental energy politics
- Climate policies and the energy sector – recommendations for the market
- Substitution of energy carriers and competitiveness of the Polish market
- How much blue fuel for the Polish market and where from?
- How much does Polish energy strengthen the expansion and development of Polish entrepreneurship on the national and international markets
- To be or not to be – the perspective of energy-intensive industries and standard industrial and domestic customers
- Nuclear energy
- Eurostat – illustrating the real processes in the EU (illustration of the product-money flow and energy)
- Why should we develop nuclear energy?
14:00 – 15:30 European electric energy market – diagnosis and direction of change. Recommendation for Polish system operators
- Diagnosis of the electric energy market in Poland and in Europe
- The zone market and node market – advantages and disadvantages of these solutions.
- Growing number of prosumers, increasing number of RES roles, distributed generation and the development of electromobility and energy security.
- Optimal construction of the future energy market – solution proposals.
Day II, 25 October 2018
9:00 – 11:30 We want to be innovative. How to release innovation in the energy sector?
- World technology trends in the energy sector:
- AI, IoT, Data Analytics/business analyics, Blockchain, Smart Grid
- 3D – Decarbonisation through Decentralisation and Digitalisation
- Energy clusters – a practical approach
- The newest trends in repairing energy efficiency
- Pilot energy concerns
- Methods to finance new technologies in the energy sector
- Electromobility – developmental challenges for energy and the economy
(The block will be composed of two parts)
9:00 – 10:30 Part 1
(Session 6 use-cases/presentations)
10:30 – 11:30 Part 2: Debate
11:30 – 12:00 Break
12:00 – 13:30 Seller and consumer – polarization on the energy market
- Continuity and stability of energy delivery for all recipients
- Energy availability at an attractive price
- Mechanisms driving to the development of civic energy and the democratization of the energy market
- DSR services – reaction of the provider/consumer
- Market rules regarding the cooperation of energy sellers with DSOs
- Program for the construction of a smart electricity grid in Poland
- Regulations and consumer behaviour on the energy market
13:30- 15:00 Heat engineering and cogeneration – current status and development prospects
- High-efficiency cogeneration – State and direction of development
- Heat engineering sector – current problems and development strategy
- Modern heating infrastructure
- Cogeneration and low emissions
- Cogeneration development in coal/gas technology
- Support mechanisms for cogeneration
The organizer reserves the right to change the agenda.
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Update Date: 17.07.2018 r.