Day I, 29 June 2020
Joint Day of the EuroPOWER Energy Conference and OZE POWER
8:20 – 9:00 Registration
9:00 – 9:30 Official opening
Presentation by the Guests of Honor
- Presentation by a representative of the Ministry of State Assets
- Presentation by a representative of the Ministry of Climate
Joint panel for EuroPOWER and OZE POWER
9:30 – 11:00 On the road to climate neutrality
- European Green Deal
- The EU’s climate neutrality plan until 2050 and Poland’s perspective
- Pro-climatic synergy of the Polish economy
- Development direction of the Polish energy sector. Where, when and at what rate are we moving away from coal?
- Can we afford to accelerate the implementation of nuclear energy?
- CO2 reduction. Central, regional, local and household activities
11:00 – 12:15 New structure of the energy sector – a new energy market model
- Synergy of the local market with the wholesale market is the most important challenge
- The integrity of the Polish energy market with European markets
- PEP2040 and the National Plan for Energy and Climate as a signpost for the development of the Polish energy sector. An operational plan, specific tasks, schedules and cost estimates, so-called milestones, monitoring systems and an evaluating system are needed.
- New business models and the role of traditional energy companies
12:15 – 12:45 Networking break
12:45 – 13:30 Renewable energy in the Polish energy mix
- The contribution of clean energy in the energy mix
- Intelligent management system for renewable energy sources
- Growth forecasts for green energy in Poland in the coming years
- National Low Emissions Strategy – our common challenge
- Renewable energy supply chain – Polish specialisation and export offer
13:30 – 14:30 How to make the most of the Just Transformation Fund?
- Structure and volume of forecasted transformation costs. What support can we count on – the size and form of support, schedules, beneficiaries and dispatchers.
- Climate neutrality – an opportunity or a threat to energy-intensive industries?
- Impact of the power market on energy transformation
- Transformation of post-mining regions – change in the economic and social profile of regions
- The carbon footprint as a determinant of the competitiveness of enterprises in the future
14:30 – 15:20 Energy consumers and prosumers – the essence of energy transformation – we are changing the philosophy of thinking about energy
- Priority recipient of the energy market
- How to increase the involvement of final recipients in the transformation process?
- Distributed energy and its impact on network development directions and network traffic management
- “Moj Prad” Program – challenges and opportunities for Polish prosumers
- Global prosumer megatrends
Day II, 30 June 2020 EuroPOWER Conference
EuroPOWER Energy Conference Panels
8:20 – 9:00 Registration
9:00 – 10:20 Conventional energy in the era of change
- PEP 2040: 56-60% presence of coal in production until 2030
- Modernisation of coal units
- European Investment Bank – perspective of energy financing
- Energetic management of coal waste
The potential of Polish technological thought in reducing CO2 emissions
- Clean coal technologies (CTW) – syngas from brown coal; CCS for hard coal (captured CO2); combustion in an oxygen enriched atmosphere; coal gasification
- The use of carbochemistry during the transition period – synergy of industry, chemistry and energy (methanol, ammonia, hydrogen, waxes, oils, synthetic fuels)
10:20 – 11:45 Reform of the Polish electricity distribution sector
- Innovative solutions in energy transmission and reception
- Will networks provide more and more energy?
- Are distribution lines ready for climate change
- Virtual power plants – integration of various energy sources
- Integration of distribution networks with dynamic solar power increases
- DSR in the National Power System
- Unstable energy sources – how much the modern network is able to absorb energy
- The use of energy storage in terms of transmission network stabilization
- Security of electricity transmission in critical situations
- Smart metering
- Real-time decision making in transmission and distribution
- Closed distribution systems – a chance to reduce electricity costs or a threat to commercial power engineering?
- Direct and physical PPA line
- Large scale photovoltaics – connection problems
11:45 – 12:30 Networking break
12:30 – 13:30 Gas as a target or transient fuel for the Polish economy?
- Economic use of gas (raw material and fuel)
- LNG and CNG in industry and the economy
- Methane mines – extraction and use
- Syngas as an element of stabilisation of the fuel market
- Hydrogen as a target alternative to natural gas
- Does biogas in distribution systems/local distribution system pipes make sense and what conditions must be met?
- The importance of gas in heating
- Biomethane as transport fuel
13:30 – 14:30 How to find clean air in the process of transformation of the Polish economy? Heating and cogeneration vs. smog over Poland.
- Smog – the scale of the phenomenon and its economic, social and health consequences. How to fight threats effectively
- Energy planning at the level of municipalities and regions
- How to “green” heating?
- Energy efficiency in the generation of heat
- The attractiveness of medium and long-term heat storage in Polish energy and heating as well as the development of weather-dependent renewable energy sources: “sectors coupling”
- Improving the ecological awareness of society – how to educate?
- Energy potential of waste in distributed heating
14:30 – 15:30 Will the development of energy storage bring a positive impulse for the Polish economy? What stage are we at?
- Large-scale energy storage
- Energy storage – end user or electricity producer? Regulating the functioning of energy storage
- Electric cars as mobile energy storage
- Electrification of transport
- Energy recovery in transport
- Vehicle to Grid Technology (V2G)
- Hydrogen as an alternative to battery storage
- Network services for energy storage
Day II, 30 June 2020, OZE POWER Congress
OZE POWER Congress Panels
8:20 – 9:00 Registration
9:00 – 10:30 Wind energy in energy policy
- New act on the development of offshore wind farms
- Cooperation of Polish companies in offshore development
- Regulations and permit processes
- Success factors of Polish wind
- Objectives for wind energy in Poland including the maritime spatial development plan
- Infrastructure and human resources – supply chain preparation
- Development of the power grid dedicated to wind farms
10:30 – 11:45 Large-scale solar farms – development barriers
- Are large-scale solar farms able to compete with conventional power plants?
- Investor vs system restrictions
- Connections for large photovoltaics
- Can solar farms be a development alternative for brown coal regions?
- Large-scale solar farm – as a development factor for regions
- Integration of renewable sources in the transmission system
- Development factor for region
11:45 – 12:30 Networking break
12:30 – 14:15 Green energy for local communities
- Local innovation to ensure competitive energy prices for entrepreneurs – green heat, local government initiatives
- 1MW installations – civic power engineering or large scale?
- Green power plants and green heat – awareness and role of local governments in the energy transformation of regions
- Biogas plants the best option for the countryside?
- Acquisition of biofuels as an alternative to meet some energy needs
- Biomass and biofuels as local energy resources – potential stability of supply, recirculation of energy funds directly to producers and local communities
- Concerns about the use of biomass (transport, emissions, risks)
- Energy clusters as the Polish path of building distributed energy in the context of energy security
14:15 – 15:30 How to ensure the attractiveness of the renewable energy market for investors, suppliers and contractors – ways to raise capital
- Financing investments in renewable energy
- How to ensure market attractiveness for investors, suppliers and contractors
- Business opportunity and expectations for special banking products supporting energy transformation
- Which technologies can obtain market financing and which have no chance
- How to finance technologies that cannot obtain market financing and who will bear the costs of such financing
- How to reduce the costs of financing energy projects in Poland by comparing the costs of financing (equity/debt) of projects in other EU countries
- Moving away from renewable energy subsidy systems towards direct contracting (PPA and Corporate PPA) and adapting financing institutions to such a scheme
- What financing does the prosumer and entrepreneur need to fully exploit the potential of RES installations behind the counter?
*The organizer reserves the right to make changes to the agenda, change the location and date of the Conference.
Data aktualizacji: 23.03.2020