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


36th Energy Conference EuroPOWER & 6th OZE POWER

Day 1, 7th November 2022

9:00 – 9:30 Grand opening of the conference – Presentations of the Ministry of Climate and Environment executives

9:30- 10:45 Energy transformation in Europe

  • How will the new situation in Europe influence the realization of Fit for 55 guidelines?
  • European gas policy
  • Alternatives for the fuel from Russia
  • Limited natural recourses in the face of the crisis and alarming market instability
  • Speeding up or stopping the energy transformation?

(Panel during consultation)

10:45-12:00 Energy security and optimization in Poland

  • The future of ETS in the Fit for 55 package – efficient methods of reducing emissions
  • Making the energy and fuel supplies independent
  • Coal in the Polish power industry and economy
  • Is too fast coal exit dangerous for energy independence?
  • Energy stability vs. prices of energy that rise no objections
  • How to combine various elements: high internal and external costs, high emission of CO2 – with the rising prices of warmth?
  • How to reduce the demand for gas and electric power in the industry?
  • Rising prices of energy and the company condition vs. the tendency to switch to sustainable Development
  • Common program for energy efficiency of undertakings
  • The role of energy clusters in rural areas and stimulation and Development of prosumer power engineering
  • Speeding up of development trends in times of crisis

12:00-12:45 Break

12:45 – 13:35 Cybersecurity in power engineering

  • The danger of hacker attacks on power systems as a component of the critical infrastructure of the state
  • Introduction to the certification mechanism and testing of electric meters
  • Critical infrastructure security as data security. Data in the cloud is more secure
  • Security by design
  • Devices and systems for Poland – requirements concerning Cybersecurity

13:35 – 14:35 Energy investment financing

  • Inventory of financing sources
  • Subsidies, credits, capital, insurance
  • How to finance energy savings, i.e., energy efficiency
  • The potential role of the banking sector in the stimulation and financing of power engineering transformation – the current share, best practices, what is next?
  • Financing dedicated to green sources
  • Financing of photovoltaic and heat pumps

14:35 – 15:30 Development of the renewable sources of the energy sector in Poland

  • Stabilization of renewable energy sources – the most important legal changes that should take place.
  • Potential of renewable energy sources in heat engineering
  • Closed circuit economy
  • Power demand with the use of renewable energy sources
  • How to implement ecological solutions in companies in a responsible manner?
  • The value and competitiveness of hydrogen in comparison with other traditional fuels
  • Water and sewage sector as an essential player in the process of decarbonization
  • Pumped storage power plants
  • The Development of wind energy
  • Hydrogen technologies in Poland
  • The need for a long-term vision in water resources management – micro hydroelectric power stations
  • Biogas and biomethane – a natural substitute for gas
  • Waste technology – thermal waste treatments
  • Shallow and deep geothermal energy

15:30 – 16:30 Heat engineering – Development and production, potential and opportunities

  • Framework for the work of a heating network and heat generating units resulting from Fit for 55 and RED II
  • The leading players in the Polish heat engineering transformation and their tasks: The government of the Republic of Poland, the President of the Energy Regulatory Office, The National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management, Local Governments, and heat power companies
  • Transformation of heat engineering – the fossil fuel exit
  • Aspects concerning gas fuel implementation in district heating
  • Development of heating network, including the council network
  • Modernization and growth of the heating and cooling distribution system and popularization of heat warehouses and smart grids
  • Heating systems of the future basing on renewable sources of energy
  • Thermo-modernization
  • Heat pumps – first choice technology

16:30 – 16:55 Debate of the young on making society energy-conscious

  • How to create responsibility for the environment and climate consciously?
  • Energy saving by citizens
  • What kind of energy do young people want?

(Panel during consultation)

16:55 Lunch

Day 2, 8th November 2022

9:00 – 9:10 Presentation, title TBC

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

9:10 – 10:00 Sustainability vs. digital transformation of the energy sector

  • How to develop IT from scratch in a power company?
  • Models of distributed management in IT
  • Digital transformation in investment and decision-making processes in the power sector. Digital Twin
  • ESG – an increasingly important foundation for planning and undertaking transformational activities and actions from the “compliance” side
  • Expectations of key energy stakeholders (e.g., banks) regarding the scope and quality of ESG data
  • How is the energy sector dealing with ESG given increasingly detailed non-financial data reporting requirements (including Scope 1,2 and 3 emissivity) and taxonomy challenges?
  • Critical areas for using digitization in sustainability strategy: digital supply chain, investment, circular economy, EHS, environmental management, etc.

10:00 – 10:10 Presentation, title TBC

  • Asseco Poland representative

10:10 – 10:20 Presentation, title TBC

  • Vetasi representative

10:20 – 10:30 How modern IT systems are revolutionizing the upsell and cross-sell of a wide portfolio of RES-related products: PV, heat pumps and air conditioning

  • Jacek Maciak, CEO, Salesbook

10:30 – 10:40 Presentation, title TBC

  • Jarosław Zarychta, Enterprise Industry Lead, Google Cloud Poland

10:40 – 11:30 Data Economy – data in power engineering

  • How can technology help in data acquisition, data analysis, and reporting?
  • The use of artificial intelligence and IoT in solutions for energy efficiency
  • Distributed power engineering in cloud – cluster as a service
  • Smart meters. Is the objective of 100% remote meters until 2028 possible in a traditional business model and Client-Service architecture?
  • The use of cloud in power engineering
  • Metric data marts (MDM), Analytics, AI – scalability, security, artificial intelligence

11:30 – 11:40 Introduction to the debate: Diversified nuclear power solutions in response to diverse customer needs – the Polish way in the transformation of the energy system

  • Andrzej Piotrowski, Director of Stakeholder Engagement, Ultra Safe Nuclear Corporation

11:40 – 12:35 Nuclear Power Engineering

  • How, when and why nuclear can change the energy mix in Poland in the context of lessons learned from the current crisis while maintaining climate policy goals
  • Can nuclear power be built fast enough to be an answer to the energy gap
  • Small and micro nuclear reactors – a breakthrough for the Polish energy industry?
  • How should the nuclear safety oversight system be structured so as not to hinder the pace of development but still maintain stringent requirements?

12:35-13:05 Break

13:05 – 14:45 Polish wind power engineering

13:05 – 13:55 Development of the offshore wind energy

  • Offshore projects of the Baltic Sea – the potential and expectations
  • How to manage supply chain problems?
  • Construction and service harbors
  • Reduction of exploitation costs of the offshore wind power plants thanks to IT

13:55 – 14:45 Wind power engineering onshore

  • The Polish onshore – economic, social, and environmental benefits
  • Liberalization of the 10h act – potential Development and fears of the act
  • Supply chains
  • Will subsequent wind power plants onshore lower the prices of energy?

14:45 – 15:40 Electricity, transmission, and distribution networks – the new philosophy of network functioning

  • Efficient transformation of the Polish power engineering distribution networks
  • Financing method of networks, not only using the tariffs
  • Necessary legal changes – the hybrid law
  • Potential of cable pooling – stability and power rise of the grid system
  • Necessary investments in the distribution and transmission infrastructure
  • Safe and stable energy storage
  • Provision of supply chain continuity
  • Alternative investments for prosumers in the distributed sources of energy
  • Potential of the virtual prosumer mechanism
  • Collective prosumer – one installation, many recipients
  • Smart meters (Edge-IoT)

15:40 – 16:25 Transportation electrification

  • How to build a charging network to meet drivers’ expectations and needs?
  • Development of the electromobility industry
  • Current investments in charging infrastructure development
  • Electric and hydrogen municipal public transport
  • Barriers to the electrification of transport

16:25 Lunch

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