Program | 36. Konferencja Energetyczna EuroPOWER & 6. OZE POWER

Program spring 2022

Agenda
35th Energy Conference EuroPOWER & 5th OZE POWER

Day I, 7 April 2022

9:00 – 9:10 Conference opening ceremony

  • Anna Moskwa, Minister of Climate and Environment

9:10 – 9:25 Grand opening of the conference

  • Anna Moskwa, Minister of Climate and Environment

9:25 – 10:30 Poland’s energy security vs. climate neutrality

  • Fit for 55 – opportunities and risks towards climate neutrality. The in-depth analysis of the package and recommendations for Poland towards climate neutrality
  • Independence and energy security of Poland as the economic policy priority. What are the conditions and costs?
  • How will the current geopolitical situation change the directions of supply of raw materials and strategic fuels? Possible scenarios of our actions
  • Energy deficit after the year 2025
  • How to shift to a green mindset?
  • Transition fuels
  • How to secure new energy sources?
  • Zero-emission combustion of sources

Speakers:

  • Ireneusz Zyska, Secretary of State, Government Plenipotentiary for Renewable Energy Sources, Ministry of Climate and Environment
  • Mirosław Proppé, CEO, WWF Poland Foundation
  • Artur Warzocha, Vice President of the Management Board for Corporate Affairs, TAURON
  • Dorota Dębińska-Pokorska, Partner, PwC
  • Marcin Petrykowski, President of the Management Board, Atende
  • Magdalena Dziewguć, Country Manager, Google Cloud
  • Leszek Hołda, Member of the Management Board, PKP Energetyka; Vice-Chairman of the Presidium of the Program Council of the Center for Railway Energy Efficiency
  • Paweł Przychodzeń, Member of the Management Board, Vice President, PGNiG Termika
  • Energa S.A. representative*

Moderator:

  • Wojciech Jakóbik, Editor-in-Chief, BiznesAlert

10:30 – 10:40 Presentation From design to implementation – building smart metering systems – a new stage in the transformation of the energy sector in Poland

  • Piotr Dziadzio, Undersecretary of State, Chief National Geologist, Government Plenipotentiary for the Raw Materials Policy, Ministry of Climate and Environment

10:40 – 11:50 Transformation of the Polish energy – when and what do we want to achieve?

  • What is the role of politics, regulations, costs, and prices in the energy transformation? Business or mission?
  • Fair transition – objectives, mechanisms, tasks, and dilemmas
  • Comprehensive reform of the ETS system as an opportunity for the Polish economy
  • The necessary reforms of the financing system of decarbonization projects
  • Liberalization of the gas and electricity market
  • How to prevent energy poverty in an economically and environmentally rational manner?
  • Energy mix till the year 2050 – energy sources resulting from fossil fuels combustion vs. renewable energy sources
  • Poland’s nuclear energy policy – where do we go? The plan in real-time framework and financial framework and the development perspectives of SMR technology
  • Hydrogen as a challenge for the production sector
  • The role of green gases in the state policy, industry, power industry, heat engineering, and transportation
  • Transformation of heat engineering
  • Offshore wind power development in the Baltic Sea

Speakers:

  • Piotr Dziadzio, Undersecretary of State, Chief National Geologist, Government Plenipotentiary for National Raw Materials Policy, Ministry of Climate and Environment
  • Karol Rabenda, Undersecretary of State, Ministry of State Assets
  • Rafał Gawin, President, Energy Regulatory Office
  • Jerzy Topolski, Vice President, Asset Management, TAURON
  • Józef Węgrecki, Member of the Management Board, Chief Operating Officer, PKN Orlen
  • Artur Zawartko, Vice-President of the Management Board, GAZ-SYSTEM S.A.
  • Tomasz Libront, President of the Management Board, Smartt Re

Moderator:

  • Jakub Wiech, Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Defence24

11:50 – 12:20 Break

12:20 – 12:30 Presentation: Nuclear power in KGHM, in industry, in the economy

  • Prof. Ludwik Pieńkowski, KGHM Polska Miedź

12:30 – 13:25 Energy strategy for industry

  • Making the industry more sustainable (greener)
  • Development determinants of the distributed power engineering in industry
  • Industry policy and energy policy
  • Practical help in the reprofiling process of business sectors
  • How to take advantage of the energy transformation process to change and reprofile some businesses and industry sectors?
  • The market of new energy services – how to build new service, production, and customer service base?
  • Heat pumps instead of coal stoves
  • SMR in the context of distributed energy
  • The use of hydrogen in sector integration
  • Perspectives for the mining industry – transformation and the future of post-mining regions
  • Energy gases – hydrogen, biogas, methane. Can they contribute to a greater rigorisation of production costs and energy delivery costs?
  • Maximization of state industry participation in the delivery chain for the offshore wind power in the Baltic Sea

Speakers:

  • Joanna Maćkowiak-Pandera, President of the Management Board, Forum Energii
  • Piotr Apollo, CEO, TAURON New Technologies
  • Dmytro Sakharuk, Executive Director, DTEK
  • Bartosz Charzyński, Director of PV Business Development, Green Genius
  • Michał Skorupa, CEO, E.ON Foton
  • Jerzy Kozicz, President of the Management Board, CMC Poland
  • Wojciech Kowalczyk, President of the Management Board, Boryszew Group
  • Piotr Podgórski, Chief Transformation Officer, KGHM Polska Miedź
  • ARP representative*

Moderator:

  • Paweł Żbikowski, President of the Board, Editor-in-Chief, nuclear.pl

Digital development of power engineering

13:25 – 13:35 Presentation: Digitalization of investment processes and asset management

  • Andrzej Samsonowicz, Technical Sales Specialist AEC CHS/Poland, Autodesk

13:35 – 13:45 Presentation

  • Filip Kowalski, General Manager for Energy & Natural Resources SAP Middle Eastern Europe, SAP

13:45 – 14:30 There is no transformation without digitalization

  • New technologies vs. transformation – what do we need?
  • Reducing emissions vs. development of digitalization
  • How can ICT help in lowering and monitoring emissivity and meet the increasing ESG/Sustainability requirements
  • Building cybernetic awareness in the society
  • Digital transformation as a service
  • Digital reputation management

Speakers:

  • Robert Zasina, President of the Management Board, Tauron Dystrybucja, President of PTPiREE
  • Szymon Ferens, Vice-President of the Management Board, PGE Systemy
  • Wojciech Drożdż, Vice President of the Management Board, Innovation and Logistics, Enea Operator, University of Szczecin
  • Tomasz Bendlewski, Director of Power and Gas Industry Division, Asseco Poland

Moderator:

  • Filip Kowalski, General Manager for Energy & Natural Resources SAP Middle Eastern Europe, SAP

14:30 – 15:25 Cybersecurity in power engineering

14:30 – 14:40 Introduction to the debate: Building prevention and prediction capabilities in cyber security

  • Maciej “Stefan” Stefaniak, Cyber Security Expert and Advisor, T-Systems Poland

14:40 – 15:25 Debate: Cybersecurity in power engineering

  • Cybersecurity communication
  • The human factor in cybersecurity
  • Recommendations of actions aiming at strengthening cybersecurity in power engineering and sector guidelines concerning reporting incidents
  • Security by design
  • Requirements concerning cybersecurity of devices and systems for Poland
  • Certification of devices and software as well as providers as part of smart metering
  • Access management for the security of the National Grid System

Speakers:

  • Andrzej Rosłonek, Director of Security Division, NASK S.A.
  • Tomasz Łątka, Member of the Board, General Director, Apator S.A.
  • Krzysztof Dyki, Expert, Asseco Poland; President, ComCERT
  • Krzysztof Malik, Deputy Director, PGE Systemy*
  • Marek Smolik, CTO, ICsec S.A.
  • Artur Drobiecki, Head of sales, Limitless Technologies

Moderator:

  • Maciej “Stefan” Stefaniak, Cyber Security Expert and Advisor, T-Systems Poland

15:25 Lunch

Day II, 8 April 2022

Digital development of power engineering continued

9:00 – 9:55 IT technologies in the sector

9:00 – 9:10 Introduction to the debate

  • Jarosław Zarychta, Enterprise Business Development Manager, Google Cloud

9:10 – 9:55 Debate: IT technologies in the sector

  • Artificial intelligence vs. the development of renewable sources of energy
  • The opportunities and risks in the cloud implementation in electric power engineering
  • Robotisation of power engineering
  • IT support concerning hydrogen economy
  • The role of a digital twin as the investment costs optimization method

Speakers:

  • Piotr Rutkowski, Director at PGE Systemy, Secretary of the EuroPOWER & OZE POWER Programme Council
  • Grzegorz Lot, Vice President of the Management Board, Polenergia Dystrybucja*
  • Marek Rusakiewicz, President of the Management Board, Enea Operator*
  • Anna Wujec, Chief Digital Officer, ABB Poland
  • Michał Maćkowiak, Business Development Director, Autodesk
  • Jarosław Zarychta, Enterprise Business Development Manager, Google Cloud
  • Przemysław Wojtkiewicz, Country Lead PL, Citrix Poland

Moderator:

  • Mariusz Chudy, Partner, CEE Cloud & Digital Leader, PwC

9:55 – 10:05 Presentation Asseco Poland

  • Krzysztof Dyki, Expert, Asseco Poland; President, ComCERT

10:05 – 10:15 Presentation

  • Leonid Venglinski, Senior Sales Engineer, Veritas

10:15 – 10:25 Presentation

  • Artur Drobiecki, Head of sales, Limitless Technologies

10:25 – 11:25 Financial mix – various financing models for various technologies

  • What models does the financing of renewable sources of energy include?
  • How to finance the energy mix?
  • The future of the auction system
  • Market risks
  • Insurance of investments and RES technologies
  • PPA market – necessary regulations for the benefit of the renewable sources of energy
  • Financing the development of the hydrogen industry
    • The roles and functions of hydrogen valleys in the financing mechanisms of the hydrogen economy

Speakers:

  • Marcin Żółtek, Vice President, TFI PZU
  • Waldemar Skomudek, Vice President of the Management Board for Operator, TAURON Dystrybucja
  • Maciej Małachowski, Senior Manager, PwC
  • Bartłomiej Pawlak, Vice-President of the Management Board, PFR
  • Radosław Kwiecień, Member of the Management Board, Risk Management area, BGK
  • Marcin Korolec, Director of the Green Economy Institute
  • Marek Kasicki, Vice President of the Management Board for Finance, Energa*

Moderator:

  • Damian Iwanowski, Board Member, Sustainable Finance Program Manager, Instrat Foundation

11:25 – 11:35 Presentation

  • Joanna Smolik, Director of Strategic Relations Department, BGK

11:35 – 12:35 Development and functioning of distribution networks

11:35 – 11:45 Introduction to the debate: New trends and challenges in managing field work and workers

  • Arkadiusz Pierchała, Solution Architect, IFS Poland

11:45 – 12:35 Debate: Development and functioning of distribution networks

  • Transformation of the distribution sector – scope and pace. Will the economy and individual customers manage to cope with the necessary changes?
  • Investments in network infrastructure, automation and traffic management
  • New grid connections of renewable energy sources (PV) as a challenge for the distribution network
  • How do distribution companies cope with bi-directional network traffic management? Current issues, opportunities and threats
  • Smart grids as a guarantee of increasing quality of service for end customers – expectations, possibilities and the current state
  • Ecological energy storage – responsibility of distribution or producers, including prosumers?
  • Implementation plans and actual effects of rollout of smart meters
  • Can grid infrastructure accelerate offshore development in Poland and to what extent?

Speakers:

  • Rafał Gawin, President, Energy Regulatory Office
  • Waldemar Skomudek, Vice President of the Management Board for Operator, TAURON Dystrybucja
  • Jan Frania, Vice President of the Management Board, PGE Dystrybucja
  • Marek Kleszczewski, Member of the Management Board, PKP Energetyka
  • Zbigniew Prussak, Product Manager, InfoConsulting
  • Krzysztof Kochanowski, Vice President, Polish Chamber of Energy Storage

Moderator:

  • Mateusz Kowalewski, President, Publisher, zielonagospodarka.pl

12:35 – 13:05 Break

13:05 – 13:15 Presentation: Geologic Tanker. Underground storage of fuels and natural gas

  • Jarosław Zacharski, Head of the Regional Geology Department, Polish Geological Institute – National Research Institute

13:15 – 14:15 Development of the renewable sources of the energy sector in Poland

  • Development barriers of the renewable sources of energy – what threatens us?
  • The state of regulations – directions of desired changes
  • Community energy
  • Biomethane – the green gas, the fuel of the future in power engineering transformation?
  • Green energy thanks to biomass
  • Renewable sources of energy share in heat engineering
  • Building of local energy storages in various technologies, integrated with renewable energy sources and technology offer for prosumers
  • Service and installation fleet for the offshore wind powers
  • Potential and prospects for using geothermal resources in Poland
  • Zero emission ground source heat pumps

Speakers:

  • Paweł Mirowski, President, National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management
  • Mateusz Damrat, Director of the Polish Geological Institute – National Research Institute
  • Piotr Meler, President, Energa OZE
  • Katarzyna Szwed-Lipińska, Renewable Sources Department Director, Energy Regulatory Office
  • Michał Skorupa, President of the Management Board, E.ON Foton
  • Jan Biernacki, Director, PwC

Moderator:

  • Izabela Żylińska, Redaktor Naczelna, Smart-Grids.pl

14:15 – 15:15 Distributed power engineering – an opportunity for Poland

14:15 – 14:20 Introduction to the debate

  • Paweł Pisarczyk, CEO, Atende Industries

14:20 – 15:15 Debate: Distributed power engineering – an opportunity for Poland

  • Legal, organizational, and technical infrastructure adjustment to the development of the distributed power engineering
  • Distributed energy economy as an antidote to threats resulting from the current geopolitical situation and effective minimization of the risk of possible destruction of Centrally Dispatched Generating Units and blackout in the NPS (National Power System) area
  • Virtual power plants as a way of efficient management of dispersed sources of energy and achievement of organizational and economic benefits
  • Energy efficiency improvement of households thanks to community energy
  • Energy clusters, energy cooperatives, and other types of energy communities as a guarantor of local energy security
  • What support should prosumers obtain from power companies?
  • Virtual prosumer and aggregator
  • What is the future of energy communities? Fit for 55 vs. the development of energy clusters and distributed power engineering. What is the planned schedule in light of missing legal regulations?
  • Real-time measurement data and real ‘smart’ meters (Edge-IoT) as a necessary condition for building an energy community

Speakers:

  • Maciej Bando, Chairman of the RES POWER Congress Program Council, CEO of URE 2014-2019
  • Paweł Pikus, Director of the Department of Electricity and Gas, Ministry of Climate and Environment
  • Paweł Nowodziński, President of the Board, Żywiecka Energia Przyszłości Energy Cluster Operator*
  • Zbigniew Gryglas, Energy Sector Expert, Undersecretary of the Ministry of State Assets from 2019 to 2021
  • Albert Gryszczuk, CEO, National Chamber of Energy Clusters, Zgorzelec RES and Energy Efficiency Development Cluster
  • Paweł Pisarczyk, CEO, Atende Industries

Moderator:

  • Rafał Zasuń, Editor-in-Chief, wysokienapiecie.pl

15:15 Lunch

* Speakers are being confirmed
** The organizer reserves the right to change the agenda and to change the place and date of the event

Update: 1-04-2022

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