Programme

PROGRAMME DRAFT

14th January 2019 - Day I

09:00 – 10:00 - Registration
10:00-10:30 - Official opening (Ballroom ABC)
10:30 – 12:00 - INAUGARTION DEBATE: What will happen in energy in 2019 – Government and companies perspective (Ballroom ABC)
12:00 – 12:30 Coffe break
12:30 – 16:40 - SESSION I (Ballroom ABC)
12:15 - 13:45 - Panel 1 – Heat market potential and ”Clean air” programme implications
13:50 – 15:05 - Panel 2 - Polish gas market
15:10 – 16:40 - Panel 3 - Sale and distribution market of energy and gas
12:30 – 16:30 - SESSION II (Ballroom D)
12:15 - 13:45 - Panel 1 – Horizon 2050: Innovations in the area of production, network, distribution
13:50 – 15:25 - Panel 2 - Alternative fuel – under what conditions? Introduction to closed circuit industry
15:30 – 16:30 - Panel 3 – Electromobility priority
16:40 - 18:00 - BUSINESS LUNCH
END OF FIRST DAY OF CONGRESS

15th January 2019 - Day II

10:00 – 14:00 - TECHNICAL TRIP – SIEKIERKI HEAT AND POWER PLANT

Siekierki Heat and Power Plant is the biggest Polish heat and power station and the second one in Europe (after St. Petersburg). Siekierki Heat and Power Plant began its production in 1961. The Heat and Power Plant has 2000MWT thermal power and about 600MW electric power. The basic fuel is bituminous coal, biomass and light heating oil for PTWM peak boilers. It is about 1,4 million tons of coal, 280 thousand tons of biomass, and 5 thousand tons of light oil being used.  Siekierki Heat and Power Plant main goal is to provide thermal and electric energy with appropriate quality parameters maintaining optimal level of manufacturing costs and environmental protection standards for the consumers. The amount of provided thermal energy comes from actual need for heat  for heating buildings and potable water heating, which is being supplied based on the deals made with the external customers. The thermal energy entrainers are network water and technological steam.

It could be possible to see the most crucial elements of heat and electricity manufacturing process in the process of high-efficiency cogeneration on the trip. The trip route will include :

  • Coal yard
  • Biomass storage facilities
  • Pro-environmental installations of desulphurization, denitrification and electrostatic precipitators
  • Signal tower – heat and power station’s and heat accumulator’s headquarters

NOTICE! The persons concerned for participation are obliged to fill in additional entry form which is available at www.powerpol.pl in REGISTRATION bookmark. The confirmation of being registered on the participants list who are allowed to be on Siekierki Heat and Power Plant  is the requirement for the trip participation. The list is turned over by Europejskie Centrum Biznesu. The number of members is limited.

PROGRAMME

14th January 2019 - Day I
09:00 - 10:00 | Registration
10:00 - 10:30 | OFFICIAL OPENING - Krzysztof Karaś, Prezes ECB

Inauguration speech:

Krzysztof Tchórzewski – Minister Energii
Piotr Naimski
– Sekretarz Stanu KPRM, Pełnomocnik Rządu ds. Strategicznej Infrastruktury Energetycznej

10:30 - 12:00 | INAUGURATION DEBATE: What will happen in energy in 2019 – Government and companies perspective (Ballroom ABC)
  • Polish reason of state and global trends in energy
  • Energy mix after 2020 – coal, gas, renewable energy, nuclear energy
  • Main challenges of 2019 – Government and companies perspective
  • Energy, fuels and gas prices and their influence on competitiveness of Polish economy
  • ”Clean Air” programs – implications for economy
  • NordStream vs Baltic Pipe – key projects for Europe security
  • Energy effectiveness for self-governments and companies in EU & NFOŚiGW programs
  • The place of electromobility and alternative fuels in strategies of fuel market leaders
  • Innovation in energy companies strategies – do we have something to be proud of?
  • Solutions for energy-intense industry
  • Capacity market – first experiences
  • How to ensure social approval for the new shape of energy?

Do debaty zostali zaproszeni (alfabetycznie):
Piotr Naimski – Sekretarz Stanu KPRM, Pełnomocnik Rządu do spraw Strategicznej Infrastruktury Energetycznej; Krzysztof Tchórzewski – Minister Energii; Maciej Bando – Prezes Urzędu Regulacji Energetyki; Henryk Baranowski* – Prezes Zarządu, PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna S.A.; Mateusz Aleksander Bonca – Prezes Zarządu, Grupa LOTOS S.A.; Dorota Dębińska-Pokorska – Partner (Leader of Energy sector in Poland), PwC Polska; Filip Grzegorczyk* – Prezes Zarządu TAURON Polska Energia S.A.; Alicja Barbara Klimiuk* – Prezes Zarządu, Energa S.A.; Eryk Kłossowski* – Prezes Zarządu, Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne S.A.; Henryk Kowalczyk – Minister Środowiska; Mirosław Kowalik* – Prezes Zarządu, ENEA S.A.; Kazimierz Kujda – Prezes Zarządu, NFOŚiGW; Marcin Lewandowski – Członek Zarządu, Grupa GPEC; Igor Wasilewski – Prezes Zarządu, PERN S.A.

Moderator:
dr Paweł Grzejszczak – Partner, Kancelaria Domański Zakrzewski Palinka
.

12:00 - 12:15 | Coffee break
12:15 – 16:40 SESSION I (Ballroom ABC)
12:15 - 13:45 | PANEL 1 – Heat market potential and ”Clean air” programme implications
  • Act on cogeneration – implications for companies
  • Capacity market and its influence on heat sector
  • ”Clean air” programme – who will use of the means of investments?
  • Support system for cogeneration in the face of capacity market introduction
  • Optimal fuel choice for new units – coal or gas
  • Profitability of heat investments – do heat investments ensure „decent” return?
  • Replacement  of heat infrastructure – technologies for networks

Do debaty zostali zaproszeni (alfabetycznie):
Wojciech Dąbrowski – Prezes Zarządu, PGE Energia Ciepła S.A.; Jarosław Głowacki – Prezes Zarządu, PGNiG Termika S.A.; Piotr Górnik – Prezes Zarządu, Fortum Power & Heat Polska; Anna Jakób – Członek Zarządu, Grupa GPEC; Maciej Małecki – Poseł na Sejm RP, Przewodniczący Sejmowej Komisji do Spraw Energii i Skarbu Państwa; Artur Michalski – Zastępca Prezesa Zarządu NFOŚiGW; Małgorzata Mika-Bryska* – Dyrektor ds. regulacji i relacji publicznych, VEOLIA Energia Polska S.A.; Jacek Szymczak – Prezes Zarządu, Izba Gospodarcza Ciepłownictwo Polskie; Piotr Woźny – Pełnomocnik Prezesa Rady Ministrów ds. Programu „Czyste Powietrze”, Zastępca Prezesa Zarządu NFOŚiGW; dr inż. Krzysztof Zborowski – Prezes Zarządu, Radomskie Przedsiębiorstwo Energetyki Cieplnej RADPEC S.A.

Moderator:
Jan Biernacki – Manager, PwC Polska.

13:50 - 15:05 | PANEL 2 - Polish gas market
  • Gas extraction in Poland – development perspectives
  • Gas import to Poland – perspectives and directions of changes
  • Key investment projects for Polish gas market
  • The perspectives of gas consumption in Poland- Solutions for energy-intensive industry
  • Building of competetive advantages on gas detail market
  • The priorities for extension of the distribution network
  • Gas in portfolio of energy companies

Do debaty zostali zaproszeni (alfabetycznie):
Tomasz Dąbrowski – Podsekretarz Stanu, Ministerstwo Energii; Paweł Jakubowski* – Prezes Zarządu, Polskie LNG; Henryk Mucha – Prezes Zarządu, PGNiG Obrót Detaliczny Sp. z o.o.; Beata Wittmann – Członek Zarządu, Gas Storage Poland; Piotr Woźniak* – Prezes Zarządu, PGNiG S.A.; dr Adam Węgrzyn – Wiceprezes Zarządu, Polska Spółka Gazownictwa Sp. z o.o.; Artur Zawartko* – Wiceprezes Zarządu, GAZ-SYSTEM S.A.; Piotr Zawistowski – Prezes Zarządu, Towarowa Giełda Energii S.A.

15:10 - 16:40 | PANEL 3 – Sale and distribution market of energy and gas
  • Stock exchange sales obligation – who will benefit from this solution?
  • The prices for private and industry consumers
  • How will the technological revolution change energy sector and services market for a client?
  • Energy storage technologies for the companies and private customers
  • New business models based on service portfolio –Client as a central element of the energy market model

Do debaty zostali zaproszeni (alfabetycznie):
Piotr Kasprzak – Prezes Zarządu, Hermes Energy Group S.A.; Marek Kulesa – Dyrektor Biura, Towarzystwo Obrotu Energią; Wojciech Lutek* – Prezes Zarządu, PGE Dystrybucja S.A.; Mariusz Schmidt – Prezes Zarządu, Polskie Towarzystwo Certyfikacji Energii; Robert Stelmaszczyk* – Prezes Zarządu, innogy Stoen Operator; Jerzy Topolski* – Wiceprezes Zarządu ds. Operatora, TAURON Dystrybucja S.A.; Arkadiusz Zieleźny* – Prezes Zarządu, POLENERGIA Obrót Sp. z o.o.

Moderator:
Maciej Chłodziński – Starszy Menedżer, PwC Polska.

12:15 – 16:30 SESSION II (Ballroom D)
12:15 - 13:45 | PANEL 1 – Horizon 2050: Innovations in the area of production, network, distribution
  • Traditional investments in energy vs. Investments in innovation– the same or different?
  • Innovation benefits– completion of traditional business or building a new business line
  • Innovation means challenges – people and capital
  • Government policy and the companies answer to new approach of energy development
  • Smart city – not only the eco-mobility

Do debaty zostali zaproszeni (alfabetycznie):
Adam Gawęda – Senator RP, Zastępca Przewodniczącego Komisji Gospodarki Narodowej i Innowacyjności; Dawid Klimczak – Prezes Zarządu, ENEA Trading Sp. z o.o.; Eryk Kłossowski* – Prezes Zarządu, Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne S.A.; Andrzej Kojro – Prezes Zarządu, ENEA Operator Sp. z o.o.; Michał Koszałka* – Magenta Grupa TAURON; Łukasz Kroplewski – Wiceprezes Zarządu ds. Rozwoju, PGNiG S.A.; Roman Masek – Dyrektor Techniczny, BELSE Sp. z o.o.; Andrzej J. Piotrowski – Wiceprezes Zarządu, PGE Systemy S.A.; Paweł Śliwa* – Wiceprezes Zarządu ds. Innowacji, PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna S.A.; Andrzej Wicik* – Prezes Zarządu, ENEA Innowacje; dr inż. Andrzej Wiszniewski – Prezes Zarządu, Narodowa Agencja Poszanowania Energii S.A.; Beata Wittmann – Członek Zarządu, Gas Storage Poland; dr Przemysław Zaleski – Wiceprezes Zarządu ds. Rozwoju, ORLEN Centrum Serwisowe Sp. z o.o.

Moderator:
Filip Opoka
– Radca Prawny, Partner, NGL Wiater sp. k.

13:50 - 15:25 | PANEL 2 – Alternative fuel – under what conditions? Introduction to closed circuit industry
  • Standardisation of an alternative fuel used in energy in an actual legal status
  • Actual standards governing quality and usage of alternative fuels
  • Whether and under what conditions can alternative fuel be a product?
  • Introduction of the new Minister of Environment regulation in the range of the alternative fuels usage in energy
  • Formal and technical barriers of the alternative fuels usage in energy
  • Alternative fuel in the balance of raw materials of Polish economy
  • The alternative fuels market. The reality and perspectives of its development. Where and on what conditions do the supply and demand meet? Why the balance on the market  is such a rare phenomenon?
  • What are the chances of the opposite market forces counterbalance if the waste becomes a product?

Do debaty zostali zaproszeni (alfabetycznie):
Monika Byśkiniewicz – Wiceprzewodnicząca Rady Programowej, Związek Pracodawców Gospodarki Odpadami; prof. dr hab. inż. Maciej Chorowski – Dyrektor, Narodowe Centrum Badań i Rozwoju; Andrzej Kaźmierski – Dyrektor Departamentu Energii Odnawialnej; Maciej Mazur – Prezes, Polskie Stowarzyszenie Paliw Alternatywnych; Sławomir Mazurek – Podsekretarz Stanu, Ministerstwo Środowiska; prof. Stanisław Prusek – Dyrektor Naczelny, Główny Instytut Górnictwa; Adam Stępień – Dyrektor Generalny, Krajowa Izba Biopaliw; Maciej Stryjecki – Prezes Zarządu, Fundacja na Rzecz Energetyki Zrównoważonej; Leszek Wieciech – Prezes, Polska Organizacja Przemysłu i Handlu Naftowego; Tomasz Wilczak – Członek Zarządu – Wiceprezes Zarządu ds. Technicznych, PGNiG Termika S.A.

Moderator:
Barbara Koszułap – Rada Programowa ECB

15:30 - 16:30 | PANEL 3 – Electromobility priority
  • New energy storage technologies – missing piece in ensuring stable power supply of renewable energy system?
  • Energy effectiveness
  • The development strategy of charging infrastructure  – Do actual regulations boost the development of infrastructure?
  • Alternative fuels – hydrogen and gas – development perspectives on Polish market

Do debaty zostali zaproszeni (alfabetycznie):
Rafał Czyżewski – Prezes Zarządu, GreenWay Polska; Wojciech Drożdż – Wiceprezes Zarządu ds. Innowacji i Logistyki, ENEA Operator Sp. z o.o.; Włodzimierz Ehrenhalt – Wiceprezes Zarządu, Stowarzyszenie Energii Odnawialnej; Sylwia Koch-Kopyszko – Prezes Zarządu, Polskie Stowarzyszenie Elektromobilności, Unia Producentów i Pracodawców Przemysłu Biogazowego; Krzysztof Kochanowski – Prezes, Polska Izba Magazynowania Energii; Arnold Rabiega – Prezes Zarządu, Krajowy Instytut Energetyki Rozproszonej; dr Grzegorz Tchorek – Uniwersytet Warszawski; Maciej Tomaszewski – Dyrektor ds. Rozwoju Biznesu, Ekoenergetyka – Polska Sp. z o.o.

Moderator:
Filip Opoka
– Radca Prawny, Partner, NGL Wiater sp. k.

16:40 - 18:00 | BUSINESS LUNCH (Conference room KMG)
END OF FIRST DAY OF CONGRESS
15 JANUARY 2019 - II DAY OF POWERPOL CONGRESS
10:00 – 14:00 | TECHNICAL TRIP – SIEKIERKI HEAT AND POWER PLANT
10:00 - 10:30 | The participants assembly before the Sofitel Victoria Hotel's main entrance, Warsaw
10:30 - 11:00 | Bus ride to SIEKIERKI HEAT AND POWER PLANT
11:00 - 11:15 | Participants registration on the premises, according to safety procedures
11:15 - 13:15 | The Trip

Siekierki Heat and Power Plant is the biggest Polish heat and power station and the second one in Europe (after St. Petersburg). Siekierki Heat and Power Plant began its production in 1961. The Heat and Power Plant has 2000MWT thermal power and about 600MW electric power. The basic fuel is bituminous coal, biomass and light heating oil for PTWM peak boilers. It is about 1,4 million tons of coal, 280 thousand tons of biomass, and 5 thousand tons of light oil being used.  Siekierki Heat and Power Plant main goal is to provide thermal and electric energy with appropriate quality parameters maintaining optimal level of manufacturing costs and environmental protection standards for the consumers. The amount of provided thermal energy comes from actual need for heat  for heating buildings and potable water heating, which is being supplied based on the deals made with the external customers. The thermal energy entrainers are network water and technological steam.

It could be possible to see the most crucial elements of heat and electricity manufacturing process in the process of high-efficiency cogeneration on the trip. The trip route will include :

  • Coal yard
  • Biomass storage facilities
  • Pro-environmental installations of desulphurization, denitrification and electrostatic precipitators
  • Signal tower – heat and power station’s and heat accumulator’s headquarters

NOTICE! The persons concerned for participation are obliged to fill in additional entry form which is available at www.powerpol.pl in REGISTRATION bookmark. The confirmation of being registered on the participants list who are allowed to be on Siekierki Heat and Power Plant  is the requirement for the trip participation. The list is turned over by Europejskie Centrum Biznesu. The number of members is limited.

13:15 - 13:30 | The participants assembly and ride to Sofitel Victoria Hotel
14:00 | End of the trip

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