EuroPOWER Energy Conference
EuroPOWER Energy Conference from the very beginning has aimed to talk about the most current challenges and problems regarding the energy sector in Poland and the CEE region. Every six months, all key industry representatives gather to discuss the most important aspects of the functioning and development of the energy industry.
The upcoming 31st edition will focus, among others on the Polish economy and energy during the pandemic, the European Green Deal, development directions of the polish energy sector, megatrends in the energy sector, reform of electricity distribution, conventional energy in the era of changes and energy efficiency in heating.
The thematic scope of the Conference is co-created by the Advisory Board. It consists of presidents and board members of key entities on the market, representatives of government administration, including regulators and representatives of the science world, who together influence the shape of the future of energy and the economy.
The event organised by MMC Polska is the most important energy conference. It is also an effective platform for dialogue and a place for public consultations of government representatives with all representatives of the industry and cooperating sectors, the European Commission, and solution providers from Europe.
Advisory Board EuroPOWER
Chairman of the Advisory Board
Secretary General of the Council
Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Development
Minister of Climate
President of Energy Regulatory Office
President of the Management Board, KGHM Polska Miedź
President of the Management Board, PGE SA
Member of the Board, PKP Energetyka
President of the Management Board, CEZ Polska
President of the Management Board, PSE Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne
President of the Management Board, PGNiG
President of the Board, PGNiG Obrót Detaliczny
President of the Management Board, PGNiG Termika
President of the Management Board, PERN
Thematic scope 32nd EuroPOWER and OZE POWER
Polish power industry in the process of transformation and with new challenges
Financial instruments supporting the process of climate neutrality
Adaptation of infrastructure to the development of distributed energy
Digitization of the energy sector
Factors slowing down and accelerating the development of photovoltaic farms
The process of moving away from coal – plan, costs, consequences
Sectoral integration of energy in Poland – a way to improve the energy sector?
The use of hydrogen in the decarbonization and integration of sectors
Implementation of the common goal of “greening” the power industry