Programme

OSE GDAŃSK 2021 AGENDA
Plenary Session: New Polish energy policy: EU Priorities vs Polish Strategic Objectives
  • Polish energy policy until 2040 in the context of European Green Deal – key development directions
  • Implications of PEP2040 for energy sector and national economy
  • The issue of nuclear energy in new energy policy – advancement of the project, financing models
  • Diversification of fuel supplies – does „safer” also mean „cheaper”?
  • Cooperation priorities in Baltic Sea region: gas, off-shore, power generation, heating, cogeneration, growth of energy effectiveness
  • The NFOŚiGW programmes and development status of prosumer energy sector
  • The experiences of EU States in diminishing negative impact of energy price increas
  • European Green Deal – energy sector priorities and reforms financed from EU funds
PANEL 1: Adaptation strategies of energy groups to new market trends and technological transitions
  • Necessary amendments in strategies of energy groups – major provisions
  • Will future be hydrogen fueled?
  • Renewables – scale of projects for 2021
  • E-mobility – actual leaders and dynamics of the market? Among energy security, clients expectations and the interest of energy groups shareholders
  • Gas as a more and more common fuel for energy sector – status of projects in progress
  • Dependence of Polish energy sector on support systems
  • Future investment plans and the financing mechanisms
  • How to resolve a coal “burden” problem
PANEL 2: Electric energy, liquid fuels and gas markets
  • First experiences after implementation of capacity market
  • Future of Polish coal – social aspects vs economic aspects vs climate neutrality
  • Gas mining in Poland. Gas in portfolio companies from energy sector. Growing role of gas as a basic fuel for the energy sector
  • New objectives of Power Exchange
  • Development of gas transmission & distribution network – major priorities
  • Perspectives of green hydrogen market development
  • Diversification of sources and directions of gas, oil and liquid fuels supply
  • Development of new market segments in liquid fuels – e-mobility, alternative fuels
  • Energy and gas storage after 2021
  • Future perspectives for today’s oil market leaders?
PANEL 3: New conditions for heating and cogeneration development. “Clean air” program
  • New cogeneration support system – expectations and opportunities for development
  • Preferences for development of energy effective systems –Is it the end of coal-based cogenereation?
  • “Clean air” program – advancement, first effects, crucial corrections, boost of pro-ecological attitudes
  • Investments in heating sector – main development trends, project financing, investment barriers
  • The role of self-governments in the development of Polish heating systems
  • Use of renewables in central heating systems
  • New technologies in heat & cogeneration sectors
PANEL 4: Development of network energy infrastructure - key projects, new challenges (RES context)
  • Gas & energy distribution investment projects – key problems, status of progress
  • Cross-border network projects which are important for national energy security
  • Network investments implemented by distributors – expanding of energy and gas network
  • Natural gas storage space development
  • Development of electricity storage infrastructure in the context of the development of the RES market
  • Investments in the oil storage and distribution infrastructure
  • RES infrastructure development status
PANEL 5: Off shore - development perspectives, scale of projects, Polish manufacturers of components and installations
  • Draft act on offshore wind energy promotion – does barriers of offshore development still exist?
  • Offshore wind farm financing system – who, when and on what terms can be supported
  • Plan for the participation of local components and services – who can benefit and who lose
  • Connecting the OWF to the grid – who, when and where will be responsible for this connection
  • Obligations of the investor and OWF operator – will it be easier to prepare an offshore wind farm project
PANEL 6: 2050 horizone: Development, investment, innowation – companies, local government, prosumers (RES, e-mobility, photovoltaics)
  • Role and scale of private energy sector
  • Role of local governments in the execution of infrastructure projects
  • Connecting renewable energy installations to the grid – system stability and capacity issues
  • Future of waste incineration and bio-gas installations
  • Distributed power generation in the  new energy Energy clusters
  • Development of e-mobility – electric vehicles, charging points, energy storage technologies – are Poles convinced to EV
  • PV installation development scenarios – small local and private installations or large farms?
  • Start-ups as source of innovations – how Polish companies use the potential and know-how of the market
PANEL 7: Transformation of conventional energy sector up to 2050
  • Coal rejection perspectives – social and economic focus
  • The scale of restucturing – will all companies find their place in RES world?
  • Financing energy transformation
END OF OSE GDAŃSK 2021

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