Biomass, smart grids, effective refinery, renewables and e-mobility were among the projects showcased during the 2nd edition of the Central European Day of Energy event, in Brussels.
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This CEEP policy paper is the follow-up of 2nd Central European Day of Energy. The event was organised in Brussels, 2017, by CEEP and DG Energy, European Commission and was supported by the IVF.
CEEP intends to build up on the success of the first edition and organises in cooperation with the European Commission the 2nd Central European Day of Energy.
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One introduction session with high-level representatives of the EU institutions, followed by two industry panel discussions that will cover innovation in EU-11, in the energy sector.
CEEP intends to build up on the success of the first edition and organise in cooperation with the European Commission the 2nd Central European Day of Energy.
The essential goals of the CEDE initiative are to provide comprehensive information concerning the ongoing transition of Central European energy sector driven by the implementation of new technologies. We aim to demonstrate how Central European countries are incrementally transforming their energy sector in order to contribute to the EU’s climate policy objectives and to comply with the Paris Agreement commitments. This comes as a self-imposed topic, since the first edition focused on the infrastructure needs in the region.
This year’s event will focus on the sustainable energy, innovation and modern technologies in Central Europe – renewable energy expansion, low emission technologies use, smart grids, energy efficiency projects, decarbonisation of transport sector (development of electromobility) that drive the energy transition. Furthermore, the event will address the most cost-effective strategies to develop a sustainable and environmental friendly energy sector in Central Europe.
|9:30 – 10:00||Registration and welcome coffee|
|10:00 – 10:55||Welcoming guests and introduction to the CEDE event||Dominique Ristori, Director-General in the Directorate General for Energy, the European Commission
Leszek Jesień, Chairman of the Board of Directors of CEEP
|The Energy Union as a framework for innovation and technological progress||Maroš Šefčovič, Vice-President of the European Commission in charge of the Energy Union|
|Accelerating clean energy innovation and closing the innovation gap between the Western and Eastern part of Europe||Jerzy Buzek, Member of the European Parliament, Chair of ITRE Committee|
|Digitalisation of the energy sector. A priority for the Estonian presidency. Achievements, state of art and further steps||Timo Tatar, Director of Energy Department, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications, Estonia|
|Priorities of the Hungarian Presidency of the Visegrad Group (V4) in the energy sector||Andrea Kadar, Deputy State Secretary for Energy Affairs, Minister of National Development, Hungary|
|11:00 – 12:00||Session one - Successes and hurdles of the energy transition presented through the lens of the stakeholders from the CEE region||Session leader: Hans Van Steen, Advisor, DG Energy, Dir C - Renewables, research and innovation, energy efficiency|
||Hanna Trojanowska, Director of the International Co-operation Department, PGE S.A.
Miklós Panyi, Head of the Foreign Affairs Department, MVM
Andres Sutt, Chief Services Officer / Member of the Management Board, Eesti Energia
Marcin Korolec, President, Electric Vehicles Promotion Foundation
Anna Trojanowska, Head of Innovation Unit in Innovation and Business Development Department, PGNiG SA
Tomas Sipos, Head of Regulation Management, Zapadoslovenska Distribucna
|12:00 – 12:20||Q&A|
|12:20 – 12:40||Coffee break|
|Session two: Projects presentations by companies and R&D institutions from CEE region||Session leader: Andreea Strachinescu, Head of Unit, DG Energy, Unit C.2 - New energy technologies, innovation and clean coal|
|FINANCE: Available financial tools to support modernization and innovation projects in the energy sector||Finbarr O'Sullivan, Senior Loan Officer, European Investment Bank|
|Effective refinery: EFRA. Project driven by the care for the natural environment and energy efficency||Adam Mazur, Director of the Strategy Department, LOTOS S.A.|
|BIOMASS. How to facilitate biomass development – BALTPOOL||Rolandas Zukas, CEO, EPSO-G|
|ELECTRICITY: RES penetration/Smart grid and storage demonstration project||Wojciech Lubczyński, Department of Strategy and International Cooperation, PSE|
|ELECTRICITY: RE-SERVE- Renewables in a Stable Electric Grid||Mirela Dutoiu, Network Codes Programme Director, Transelectrica|
|ELECTRICITY: Sincro.GRID. An innovative integration of synergetic, mature technology-based solutions in order to increase the security of operations of the Slovenian and Croatian electricity systems||Mate Lasić, Head of Development, HOPS and project manager Sincro.GRID|
|CLEAN COAL Technologies.
Presentation of the ongoing works and studies in the R&D centre.
|Aleksander Sobolewski, Director of Clean Coal Technologies research centre in Zabrze|
|14:00 – 14:10||Closing ceremony||
Rafał Miland, Vice - Chairman of the Board of Directors of CEEP
|14:10 – 15:00||Networking lunch|
Under the auspices of the Hungarian Presidency of the Visegrad Group
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