All Day (Wednesday)
Central Europe Energy
Central Europe Energy Partners (CEEP) in co-operation with the European Commission (DG Energy) have already organised four editions of the Central European Day of Energy (CEDE) in Brussels. Your safety is our top priority and in light of the situation with the COVID-19, we will deliver our annual conference as a digital event.
The 5th edition of CEDE will take place on 2 December and it will focus on offshore wind development in Central Europe, particularly in the Baltic, Black and Adriatic seas. Wind energy has become a major driver for RES deployment in Europe and around the world – even if still more costly than onshore – seems fundamental to reaching Europe’s climate and energy targets in an effective way. In the 2050 Long Term Strategy, the Commission has identified wind energy as the dominant power generation technology by 2050, with projections of up to 450 GW of installed offshore wind capacity.
Today there is over 22 GW of installed offshore wind capacity in the European waters, of which around 2 GW is in the Baltic Sea and several projects are already advanced. The potential of the Black and Adriatic seas is also significant. The offshore wind sector grows rapidly, as new solutions for installations in deeper waters become available. Regional differences in potential, administrative procedures and public support are also of importance to be taken into consideration. EU support would probably be of pivotal significance. The CEDE is a place to take a closer look at all the aspects of offshore wind business in Central Europe and discuss different solutions.
Detailed draft agenda will follow soon. Registration will open soon.
We are pleased to announce that Ms. Catharina Sikow-Magny (Director of the Internal Energy Market, European Commission) has confirmed her attendance at CEDE 2020.
Session one: How to deliver offshore wind in the region
- The role of offshore wind in delivering the European Green Deal
- Potential sites for offshore wind in Central Europe
- Financial challenges for deployment of offshore wind in Central Europe
- Role of the EU programs and funds in offshore development
- EU regulatory regime for offshore wind
Session two: Regional cooperation on offshore grid development
- Potential for cooperation between Member States in offshore wind energy
- Increasing cross-border interconnectivity as a tool of market integration
- Energy cooperation in seas basin
- Role of the institutions
- Joint offshore wind investment projects, investment opportunities
- Offshore and synchronisation of Baltic States
16 (Monday) - 17 (Tuesday)
The 32nd EuroPower
The 32nd EuroPower Energy Conference and the OZE Power Congress – a safe and comfortable hybrid congress formula!
On November 16-17 2020, the 32nd EuroPower Energy Conference and the OZE Power Congress will be held at the Sheraton Grand Warsaw Hotel. The event will be carried out in a hybrid form, combining elements of a traditional congress and online activities on a dedicated conference platform.
The aim of the conference is a substantive debate of experts on the energy sector and the development of renewable energy sources. Society, energy and economy are three specific pillars on which our event has been based for years. Experts admit that the pandemic will accelerate the transformation of the Polish energy sector, giving a positive economic and social impulse. OZE Power will be held together with EuroPower, during which we will talk about the latest trends in the energy sector and the pursuit of energy neutrality.
The hybrid formula of the event allows us to combine the meeting at the hotel, where a limited number of people will be invited to ensure the safety of participants, and and online congress, where participants will have the opportunity to use a specially prepared platform with streaming access from the main stage of the congress, Partner Zones, the possibility of asking questions and commenting on the current discussion, as well as the possibility of establishing relationships in private chats, video chats and thematic rooms.
4 (Wednesday) 00:00 - 5 (Thursday) 00:00
EIT InnoEnergy’s TBB.Connect! from 4-5 November will bring together innovators and industry from all corners of the world – giving attendees the chance to create and trigger new sustainable business opportunities.
Discover 150+ cutting edge sustainable energy innovations, and enjoy the ease of online, effective and relevant B2B meetings and networking sessions all in one place. Bringing together industry, investors, policy makers and start-ups TBB.Connect offers:
- An exclusive opportunity to meet the most promising sustainable energy start-ups from around the globe;
- More than 100 pitching sessions from innovators spanning the entire energy value chain, pre-qualified and enhanced by EIT InnoEnergy;
- A virtual exhibition area showcasing more than 150 sustainable energy technologies;
- The ease of online, effective, and relevant B2B meetings and networking sessions all in one place.
As we transition from crisis to crucial change, what learnings can we take forward? How can we turn these lessons into opportunities? And what does this mean for sustainable economic development from the perspective of entrepreneurs, investors, economists, and policy makers? EIT InnoEnergy’s line-up of high-profile speakers will shed light on some of the most poignant questions facing society today.
Current confirmed speakers include:
- Dr. Steven Chu – 12th United States Secretary of Energy, Nobel Prize – 1997 Physics
- Daniel M. Kammen – Lead author for the IPCC, winner of 2007 Nobel Peace Prize, Professor, UC Berkeley
- Giles Dickson – CEO, WindEurope
- Michael E. Webber – Chief Science & Technology Officer, ENGIE
- Pierre-Emmanuel Casanova – CEO, HySiLabs
- Taavi Madiberk – CEO, Skeleton Technologies
- Benoit Lemaignan – Co-Founder & CEO, VERKOR
- Diego Pavía – CEO, EIT InnoEnergy
- Elena Bou – Innovation Director, EIT InnoEnergy
- Emmanuel Lagarrigue – Executive Vice President & Chief Innovation Officer, Schneider Electric
- Jacob Ruiter – CEO Benelux, EIT InnoEnergy
Explore the agenda, check out the exhibitors that you can meet with and find out more information on the event here: tbbconnect.innoenergy.com
(Tuesday) 14:00 - 16:00
Central European Energy
Central European Energy Partners (CEEP) together with the European Roundtable on Climate Change and Sustainable Transition (ERCST) would like to invite you for the upcoming event devoted to the role of the EU ETS funding mechanism in delivering the European Green Deal. Our online event will take place on 27 October, from 14.00 to 16.00.
CEEP and ERCST have together working on this topic for the last few years, organising workshop in Brussels and beneficiary Member States to facilitate a debate on how to successfully operationalise and utilise these funds, and deepen the understanding of the regional financing needs and priorities.
During this meeting, we will discuss the state of play of the funding mechanisms and their operationalisation, including how the beneficiary MSs intend to use the Modernisation Fund. It will also be an opportunity for stakeholders to discuss the role of the funds in delivering upon the enhanced 2030 climate targets and whether their current composition, including the size is sufficient.
- M. Kawnik, Executive Director of CEEP
- A. Marcu, Executive Director of ERCST
- R. Doubrava, Deputy Head of Unit for Land Use and Finance for Innovation, DG Clima
- J. Tunaitis, Technical Director, Achema
- T. Dąbrowski, Director, PKEE
- B. Vondruskova, Project manager, CEZ Group
- R. Dudau, Co-founder and Director, Energy Policy Group
- A. Patuleia, Senior Associate, E3G
More details you will find in our draft Agenda.
ERCST and CEEP
21 (Wednesday) - 23 (Friday)
Croatian Gas Association and Croatian
Croatian Gas Association and Croatian Gas Center Ltd. invite you to participate in the VIRTUAL 35th International Scientific & Expert Meeting of Gas Professionals which will be held from 21st to 23rd of October, 2020. One of the leading international gas conferences and exhibitions in Central and Southeast Europe will cover a number of current issues of the gas industry.
The latest preliminary program is divided into 11 thematic sessions and consists of 60 interesting presentations of scientific papers and round tables, 4 interactive panel discussions, 2 interesting workshops and poster session. Speakers are influential experts from prominent Croatian and European universities and gas and energy companies from many countries. Detailed program will be announced soon.
Speakers will have the opportunity to give their welcome speeches and presentations online!
The virtual platform will allow to watch all conference sessions online. Participants will be able to actively participate in the conference sessions through Q&A and chat (possible 1on1 video communication) and will be allowed to follow the entire agenda and access the virtual exhibition.
The virtual exhibition of gas equipment and technology will gather sponsors and exhibitors from Croatia and abroad who will be able to set up their virtual stands online. Your virtual stand will allow you to publish online brochures and other promotional materials, post a promotional video and use video communication with visitors to arrange meetings. We will provide sponsors with a special service to highlight their brand and to become more visible by broadcasting promotional videos within the virtual conference and by many other additional manners.
The CGA and CGC annual event will still provide a top of the line international platform for academics, policymakers and business leaders and will display online discussions on the recent, critical gas and energy issues.
The Croatian Gas Association and Croatian Gas Center Ltd
12 (Monday) - 13 (Tuesday)
The Rzeszow University of Technology
Aleja Powstańców Warszawy 12, 35-959 Rzeszów
The aim of
The aim of the Conference is to contribute to scientific and expert discussion on energy policy, energy security, and the wider energy sector.
The plenary panels held on the first day of the Conference will refer to the topics of contemporary challenges of energy security in the face of global transformation trends in energy sector. The speakers will discuss the diversification of energy sources and directions of energy supply as well as the need for infrastructure development. In this perspective, the debate will focus on the security of supply of raw materials, in particular of natural gas, to the countries of the so-called Three Seas Initiative. The questions, which the participants of the debates will try to find the answers to, include the concern whether the CEE region can be strengthened in its energy resistance through the development of energy infrastructure as well as how the directions of gas supplies should be diversified in the era of energy transformation?
Parallel to the plenary panels in the afternoon sessions, there will be held the discussions on the existing threats affecting the energy sector, which consists of energy supply systems, resources and fuels. These threats will be considered in terms of sabotage, terrorism and information activities.
The conference will also refer to the global transformations affecting the energy sector, and in particular the European Union’s aspirations to become a world leader in energy transformation and the use of climate-neutral technologies. The analysis of these issues will be devoted to a panel pointing to the energy sector as a source of innovation. In particular, the debate will address the development of smart cities and the use of artificial intelligence for this purpose.
The Ignacy Łukasiewicz Institute of Energy Policy and the Department of Economics of the Faculty of Management of the Rzeszow University of Technology in cooperation with the
All Day (Friday)
Hotel Marriott Budapest
Apáczai Csere János u. 4, 1052 Budapest, Hungary
Budapest Climate Summit
Budapest Climate Summit is a niche event focusing on the green transition of the CEE region’s economy. The summit brings together policy makers, industry experts, corporate leaders, technology pioneers and next generation sustainable leaders to share their perspectives on how to enable business and the civil society to deliver actions necessary to achieve climate objectives.
Main topics covered:
- European Green Deal
- Transformation of the energy sector
- Companies on the road towards a carbon-free economy
- Smart urban revolution
- The future of transportation
- Sustainable investments in accelerating the green transition and climate change mitigation
- Frans Timmermans, Executive Vice-President of the European Commission responsible for the European Green Deal
- Laszlo Palkovics, Hungarian Minister for Innovation and Technology
- Peter Kaderjak, Minister of State for Energy and climate Policy, Hungarian Ministry for Innovation and Technology
- Matt Simister, Central European CEO, TESCO
- Claudia Patricolo, Editor-in-Chief, CEENERGYNEWS
- And others
White Paper Consulting
7 (Wednesday) - 8 (Thursday)
Events Details: The
Events Details: The 6th Energy Congress will focus on the European Green Deal implementation in Poland, according to which Europe will become the first neutral for the climate continent by 2050. This ambitious concept is the greatest challenge and opportunity of our time and could become a new growth strategy for the EU through investment in green technologies and sustainable solutions. We believe that this ambitious concept requires an in-depth debate among experts, politicians and entrepreneurs, both Polish and foreign.
The aim of the conference will be, above all, a discussion on the basis of which we will try to work out the assumptions of the concept of transformation of the Polish energy sector, which will be consistent with the objectives of the „Green Deal”. At the same time, we will focus on the Polish Ration of State-energy security of our country and increasing the competitiveness of the Polish economy.
Thematic scope of the 6th Energy Congress discussion panels:
- European Green Deal – a green recovery plan for Europe
- Distributed power generation. Energy clusters and prosumers
- Large-scale renewable energy sources
- The role of natural gas as a transition fuel in the energy transformation
- Digitalisation in the energy industry
- Hydrogen technologies in energy sector
- Transformation of the Polish heating generation
- Energy efficiency and RES in the strategies of the industrial energy consumers
- Financing mechanisms for a Just Transition in Europe
The Lower Silesian Institute for Energy Studies (DISE)
All Day (Monday)
The purpose of the series
The purpose of the series of annual CEEC conferences is to evaluate and discuss issues of energy and climate policy in Central Europe in the context of the developing EU policies in the field. The ambition of the CEEC conference is twofold: first to bring together leading stakeholders from the energy sector in the region of Central Europe, and second, to contribute to finding better solutions for energy and climate policy of the EU and countries of Central Europe.
The 14th edition of CEEC 2020 aims to discuss the priorities of the Slovak Recovery Plan connected to utilisation of next generation EU funds, including their comparison with the priorities of the other V4 countries. The conference will examine the key themes of energy transition that are at the same time important for re-starting of V4 economies and fulfilment of the European Green Deal’s aims.
- Catharina Sikow-Magny, Director, Internal Energy Market, DG Ener, European Commission
- Alexander Duleba, CEEC Director, SFPA
- Marcin Szczudlo, Vice President, PGNiG Obrót Detaliczny
- Jan Budaj, Minister of Environment of the Slovak Republic
- Andrej Dolezal, Minister of Transport and construction of the Slovak Republic
- Ladislav Miko, head, Representation of the European Commission in Slovakia
- And others
The Slovak Foreign Policy Association
27 (Sunday) - 30 (Wednesday)
Vienna House Amber Baltic Hotel
The 23rd Gazterm
The 23rd Gazterm Conference is a prestigious meeting and a venue for discussions involving representatives of the energy industry from Poland and abroad. The agenda of the conference covers latest trends and factors influencing Polish and global gas market. Discussion panels and accompanying presentations will focus on such issues as market security, international cooperation in gas trade and integration of gas markets in the Three Seas and the Baltic Sea Region.
Main topics covered:
- Security of gas markets in the Three Seas Areas
- Prospects for Investment Finance in Gas and Petrochemical Industries
- Gas Markets After the Pandemic
- European Green Deal
- The new Natural gas and Oil Strategy during energy transition
- Cybersecurity of energy infrastructure
- Piotr Naimski, the Minister of Government’s Plenipotentiary for Strategic Energy Infrastructure
- Małgorzata Jarosińska-Jedynak, the Minter of Development Funds and Regional Policy
- Piotr Dziadzio, the Secretary of State at Ministry of Climate
- Zygimuntas Vaićiunas, the Minister of Energy, Republic of Lithuania
15 (Tuesday) - 16 (Wednesday)
Digital, Live, United Kingdom
A unique digital event at
A unique digital event at a critical time. SPARK is the world’s most exciting future energy event. Where disruptors and innovators spark new thinking. Where fresh business models are created. And where the leading minds of old and new energy – from the old and the new world – combine to create the future.
Main topics covered:
- carbon capture and hydrogen
- electric vehicles
- smart grids
- business models
- decarbonisation of heat
- energy management
- digital innovation
- renewables and storage
- Catharina Sikow-Magny, Director, Internal Energy Market, European Commission
- Hans Bruyninckx, Executive Director, European Environment Agency
- Jennifer Layke, Global Director, Energy, World Resources Institute
- Laszlo Varro, Chief Economist, International Energy Agency
- Mike Thompson, Chief Economist, the Committee on Climate Change
- Axel Wietfeld, Managing Director, Uniper Energy Storage
- And others
(Friday) 13:00 - 14:30
CEEP and EPC invite You
CEEP and EPC invite You to the online policy dialogue:
- Jerzy Buzek
- Member of the European Parliament
- Anna Wagner
- Deputy Head of Unit, Policy Development & Economic Analysis, DG REGIO European Commission
- Radu Dudau
- Co-founder and Director, EPG
- Leszek Jesień
- Chairman of the Board of Directors, CEEP
- Sofía López Piqueres
- Policy Analyst, European Policy Centre (Chair)
As discussions on recovery strategies from the coronavirus crisis intensify, now is the time to ensure that the measures taken will lead to a sustainable and climate-neutral economy, while providing regions and sectors with the support they need in the transition. The COVID-19 crisis with its economic repercussions also casts a new light on the European Commission’s proposal for a Just Transition Mechanism (JTM), and the Just Transition Fund, which have been promoted as instruments to assist those regions and sectors that are most affected by the energy transition. With the economic slowdown and re-opening of the multi-annual financial framework shaking up the original plans, this Policy Dialogue will discuss the role of JTM, and especially the Just Transition Fund, in facilitating the transition to a climate-neutral economy that will leave no one behind.
12 (Thursday) - 13 (Friday)
Grandium Hotel Prague, Czech Republic
Politických vězňů 913/12, 110 00 Nové Město, Czech Republic
Our speakers will
Our speakers will reveal the updates and future challenges on the Capacity Market and the block of regional case studies will help you to learn more about different capacity mechanisms and its implementation.
Attendees will have the opportunity of networking with experts in the field while learning and sharing analytical views of the topic address the main changes and regulatory recommendations for capacity mechanism with Industry leaders, transmission system operators, representatives of DSOs, professionals from governments and researchers.
In order to maintain a high level of security of supply, capacity mechanisms are proposed as a measure to ensure the desired supply level by encouraging investments from both supply and demand side.
Since more renewables are integrated into the grid, closer regional and European integration must grow at the same level as Renewable energy. Reality shows that renewables are growing faster and there is still the need for better investment in grid infrastructure. Since only 5 percent of EU investment can cover the needs, companies have to find smart methods in order to ensure stable growth of the grid.
Key Practical topics of the Summit:
- The latest developments on capacity mechanisms from a European perspective
- European Resource Adequacy Assessment: Towards the Implementation of the Clean Energy Package
- Evolution of the French capacity mechanisms
- Evolution of CRMs in the US
- Developing common rules for cross border participation
- Adapting strategic reserves to the requirements in the Electricity Regulation
- Overview of recent capacity auction results
- Evolution and Status on the Portuguese CRM within the Iberian Markets
- Updates on the Danish electricity Market
- Status on the Belgian CRM with a focus on the least-cost design approach followed
- Great Britain’s Capacity Market: challenges & opportunities
- Observations on the proposed Greek capacity mechanism
Business Solutions Group
All Day (Thursday)
What is the
What is the PowerUp! Challenge?
The PowerUp! Challenge by EIT InnoEnergy is an opportunity for entities from Central-Eastern Europe to become the next unicorn in the InnoEnergy portfolio. The programme is open to entrepreneurs at all stages of development. It doesn’t matter if you only have an idea, looking for your next customer or planning market expansion. The thematic areas are energy, mobility, cleantech, smart cities, but the challenge is open for all ideas outside the box.
Who is it for?
PowerUp! Challenge is open for early-staged companies, startups, scaleups and SMEs. It’s an opportunity to get an investment and access to industry leaders, the best tech companies and VCs from InnoEnergy Pan-European network.
Entrepreneurs from all 24 listed countries are invited to apply: Bulgaria, Albania, Croatia, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, The Czechia, Estonia, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Greece, Georgia, Hungary, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Latvia, Serbia, Lithuania, Turkey, Ukraine, Poland, Cyprus, Slovakia, Slovenia and Romania.
2 (Monday) - 3 (Tuesday)
Budapest LNG Summit is a niche event focused on the upcoming LNG region of Central-Eastern Europe. This event is the perfect platform for European Institutions, CEE countries, global and regional energy companies, international suppliers to come together and discuss questions about the future of LNG and gas in the region. The main focus of the summit is to connect the regional demand of CEE countries with the international supply chain.
The purpose of the Budapest LNG Summit 2019 is to create an exclusive, high-level forum for the region’s top Leaders from 25+ countries, enabling them to network, explore and consider the medium and long-term prospects for the LNG business in CEE.
- The global LNG market in transition. Main trends and challenges
- Regional LNG demand meets with international suppliers. The key accelerators of the new upcoming LNG market
- Main infrastructure developments in the CEE/SEE region: interconnectors, terminals, pipelines
- The status of Croatian LNG terminal
- New gas sources in the region and beyond. Romania, Azerbaijan, Cyprus, Egypt, Israel
- LNG trading & contracts: Capacity or commodity, how to ensure the security of supply and the best tariffs? Commoditization of LNG
- Ukrainian gas transit after 2019 – the options
- LNG/CNG as a transportation fuel
- Innovation and digitalization in the natural gas market
- Péter Szijjártó, Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade
- Barbara Doric, CEO, LNG Croatia
- Laszló Varró, Chief Economist, International Energy Agency
- Pawel Janukowski, CEO, LNG Polski
- Anita Orban, VP, Tellurian
- Andrew Walker, VP, Cheniere
- Mark Gyetvay, VP, COO, Novatek
- Péter Kaderják, Hungarian Minister of State for Energy and Climate
- Francisco de la Flor, Director, ENAGAS
- Maciej Jakubik, Executive Director , CEEP
We look forward to welcoming you in Budapest on Budapest LNG Summit!
(Thursday) 09:30 - 14:30
Berlaymont Building, Schuman Room
Rue de la Loi 200, Brussels, Belgium
The Central European Day of Energy (CEDE) is an annual event organised by Central Europe Energy Partners (CEEP) in cooperation with the European Commission DG Energy. CEDE aims to consolidate a regional energy platform that reflects the on the development of the European energy policy. Its purpose is to highlight the accomplishments of regional stakeholders as well as the challenges they face. It is crucial to discuss how Central European countries are modernising their energy sectors in order to contribute to the EU energy and climate targets and comply with the Paris Agreement, as set out in the draft National Energy and Climate Plans.
The fourth edition of CEDE entitled “Pathways of energy transition in Central Europe” will focus on the different strategies pursued by several Central European Member States. In this regard, CEDE’s role is to elaborate on different national perspectives and examine how strategies are translated into particular business activities of companies. During the event a policy paper on the dynamics of energy transition in Central Europe will be presented.
Organizer: Central Europe Energy Partners (CEEP) in cooperation with the European Commission DG Energy
Learn more: https://www.ceep.be/cede-2019/
18 (Monday) - 19 (Tuesday)
GRAND HOTEL RIVER PARK
The purpose of the series of annual CEEC conferences is to evaluate and discuss topical issues both of energy policy and energy security in Central Europe in the context of the developing EU energy policy. The ambition of the CEEC conference is twofold: first, to bring together leading stakeholders from the energy sector in the region of Central Europe, and second, to contribute to finding better solutions for the energy policy of the EU and the countries of Central Europe.
The aim of the 13th edition of the CEEC conference will be to assess energy security in the agenda of Slovakia’s OSCE chairmanship in 2019, achievements of the Energy Union five years after its launch, consequences of global energy trends on both energy security and economic competitiveness of the EU and, in particular, the region of Central Europe. The conference will pay special attention to new dynamics in the field of natural gas consumption and supply in Europe, capacities of the V4 countries to meet the 2020 targets with focus on the share of renewables in their energy consumption, Clean Planet vision for the EU, development trends in energy markets, cleaner mobility, new technologies and smart energy.
Organiser: Slovak Foreign Policy Association
Learn more: https://ceec.sk/
Slovak Foreign Policy Association
6 (Wednesday) - 7 (Thursday)
CEEP is delighted
CEEP is delighted to be an event partner of 30th EuroPOWER Conference which will take place on the 6th and 7th of November 2019 in Warsaw.
Energy transformation is taking place before our eyes. What is the innovative approach to energy in 2019? How can we maintain the competitiveness of the industry in the EU and meet climate targets? During the upcoming 30th edition of the EuroPOWER Energy Conference, representatives of the energy market will have the opportunity to answer these and many other questions and issues related to the sector. The upcoming event gathers all of the key representatives of the sector every six months to discuss the most important aspects of the functioning and development of the energy industry. During the two days of the congress, participants will have the opportunity to familiarise themselves with topics related to the future of Polish energy, the impact of rising prices on its branches, implementation of closed circuit economy postulates and modern technologies. There will also be issues related to nuclear energy and the financing of investments in the energy sector.
The EuroPOWER Energy Conference answers the challenges of today, such as climate policy, renewable energy sources and rising prices. It creates a neutral platform for dialogue and social consultations of representatives of the Polish government with all representatives of the industry and cooperating sectors, the European Commission and solution providers from all over Europe. The upcoming edition is an event that cannot be missed.
All information about the EuroPOWER Energy Conference can be found on the official website of the congress: www.en.konferencjaeuropower.pl and social media profiles on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
30 (Wednesday) - 31 (Thursday)
For 10 years,
For 10 years, Baltic Energy Summit has drawn C- and VP- level delegates who come to discuss the latest developments in the regional energy sector, build their networks and attend sessions by the most experienced industry experts.
The 11th edition of the summit expands to include the Nordic region, bringing together Energy sector thought leaders to debate the increasingly interconnected energy markets, the future policy framework and investment opportunities in both regions. A particular focus will be given to the integration of the Nordic and Baltic energy systems and its impact on pricing, funding and investment.
Organiser: EEL Events
Learn more: https://eelevents.co.uk/
(Tuesday) 13:00 - 16:30
Permanent Representation of Poland to the EU, Avenue de Cortenbergh 16, 1040 Brussels
The revision for the fourth phase of EU Emissions Trading System (2021-2030) introduced a number of important changes concerning funding mechanisms in the system. Existing mechanisms – the Solidarity Provision and Article 10c Derogation – were updated, and new instruments – the Modernisation Fund and the Innovation Fund – have been introduced.
The delegated regulation for the innovation fund was adopted in February and eligible member states communicated their decision to (not) use Article 10c derogation by June 30 by publishing a competitive bidding process and a list of small projects. By September 30, Member States also have to communicate their decision with regard to the use of the flexibility to move allowances between the various funds, and the European Commission is expected to put forward its draft implementing act establishing the Modernisation Fund before the end of the year.
The European Roundtable on Climate Change and Sustainable Transition (ERCST), together with the Central European Energy Partners (CEEP), has been working this important topic for over a year. An event was organised last year in September in Brussels, where a paper was presented discussing the questions and issues that will need to be clarified during the implementation phase.
Over the course of 2019, ERCST and CEEP have been working closely with Member States and stakeholders to deepen the understanding of the regional priorities for the use of the funding mechanisms. Four workshops were organised in Poland, Bulgaria, Romania and the Czech Republic; and surveys and interviews were carried out with Member States and stakeholders.
3 (Thursday) - 4 (Friday)
The Business Booster is the world’s leading event for sustainable energy innovation. Hear from renowned speakers and discover 150+ cutting edge technologies that have put the scientific theory of before, into commercially viable solutions that are changing the world now.
Every year we look for new opportunities to extend the reach and value of The Business Booster – bringing more key players, from right across the energy value chain, and beyond – face to face with 150+ cutting edge sustainable energy solutions.
But we know that the event needs to benefit you. And so, we have complied a list of top five reasons why this event is exactly what you need to help boost your business. We’ve created a summary below, but be sure to check out the full blog here.
When it comes to new ideas, new people are key. The Business Booster gives you ample opportunity to connect with them – whether you’re looking for a new product to invest in, deep knowledge of a particular area, or a better way for your business to tackle the energy transition.
We’ve lined up representatives from global corporations including Nike, Schneider Electric France, the European Investment Bank to give their insights into how green technology is helping them create sustainable businesses.
We all need to step back and look at the big picture from time to time. Get a head start on the future of green energy and sustainable technology from some of the industry’s most respected voices and policy makers.
We’ve selected some key themes facing the global sustainable energy sector, and opened them out for discussion with our experts. Whatever your particular area of business or investment, you’ll find a topic-based session to inspire, educate and stimulate discussion.
World class exhibitors
The Business Booster brings together more than 150 cutting-edge sustainable energy technologies under one roof, from big names to start-ups. Innovations are segmented by market segment, making it quick and easy to find what you’re looking for.
Link to the event: https://tbb.innoenergy.com/
25 (Wednesday) - 26 (Thursday)
Hotel Novotel Wrocław Centrum
ul. Powstańców Śląskich 7a-7b, Wrocław, Poland
On behalf of the Lower
On behalf of the Lower Silesian Institute for Energy Studies and the Central Europe Energy Partners, I have the honor to invite you to participate in the 5th Energy Congress, which will take place on September 25-26, 2019 in Wrocław at the Novotel Wroclaw Centrum Hotel.
While preparing the conference agenda, we carefully selected thematic issues so that their currency and uniqueness would provide the basis for constructive debates on the future of the Polish energy and fuel industry, its challenges and opportunities.
During this year’s congress we will focus on the following topics:
- Poland’s new energy policy
- Development of renewable energy sources and integration of RES in the energy system from conventional generation sources
- Potential and conditions for the development of energy storage facilities, available technologies and functionalities
- Importance of LNG in the process of transformation of the energy sector
- Electromobility – development conditions, availability of charging infrastructure, possibility of battery production in Polanda
- Offshore wind energy – success factors for the construction of offshore wind farms in the Polish Baltic Sea zone,
experience from other countries, technology development, legal framework and support mechanisms
- Conditions for the development of solar energy – how to implement the assumed participation in the energy mixi
- Digitization of energy and the use of artificial intelligence
We have invited Mr. Mateusz Morawiecki, the Prime Minister of the Council of Ministers, to appear as an honorary guest at the 5th Energy Congress.
The substantive level of the Congress was appreciated, as in previous years, by the Ministry of Energy, the Energy Regulatory Office, the Ministry of the Environment, the National Security Bureau, the National Center for Research and Development, the Polish Electricity Association, the Polish Power Transmission and Distribution Association, the Polish Association of Professional Heat and Power Plants, the Chamber of Commerce Polish District Heating, as well as the Embassy of Sweden, the Embassy of the Kingdom of Denmark and the Embassy of Norway.
One of the highlights of the conference will be a speech by special guest Magnus Hall, CEO of Vattenfall, President of Eurelectric, who will deliver a lecture in the thematic session “Electrification, decarbonisation, leadership”.
We are hoping that you will take part in one of the most important events of the year for the energy sector and join the esteemed group of experts, practitioners, scientists and decision-makers – participants of the 5th Energy Congress.
Participation can be registered on the online registration form on the Congress website or by sending the completed registration form attached to this invitation to the e-mail address: email@example.com
We would like to inform you that the registration of participants for the 5th Energy Congress is still in progress.
We sincerely invite you to take part in the Congress.
23 (Monday) - 24 (Tuesday)
The 18th #ERRA Energy Investment and Regulation Conference (Riga, September 23-24) is a true professional meeting point of practising energy regulators and market participants -hosted by the Public Utilities Commission of Latvia.
As the central theme is Transitional Challenges, the topics will cover burning issues of adaptation of energy systems to sustainability such as: cybersecurity of critical infrastructure; VRES; electrification through mini-grids; innovative incentivizing of prosumers; sector coupling; increasing worldwide importance of LNG; power-to-gas and hydrogen grids as well as an exclusive insight into regional Baltic-Nordic electricity and natural gas markets` energy transition processes.
The Conference will be preceded by a site visit to Riga Hydro Power Plant.
Get your admission and follow the latest transitional developments and insights shared by the most influential professionals in the times of a dynamic energy change. Don’t miss out! #ERRAConf2019
July 25 (Thursday) - August 2 (Friday)
CEEP is an event partner
CEEP is an event partner of the International Summer School: Smart Transformation in the Energy Sector, held in Bucharest between 25 July – 2 August 2019. The organizer of this course is the Romanian think-tank: Energy Policy Group.
The Summer School is dedicated to master/PhD students or young professionals (max. 5 years of experience and maximum 35 years old), interested in the energy sector or related fields: economics, law, political science, environmental studies. English fluency is required.
During the course global trends on the energy markets will be examined, in their mutually influencing dynamics and against the background of the energy sector’s greatest externality: global warming. A significant attention will be given to decarbonization initiatives around the globe and particularly in Europe, while also focusing on the major role of renewable energy and its evolution over the years. Then, the basics of the nuclear sector will be discussed, against the backdrop of the ongoing transition to a clean and safe power generation system.
Speakers will include a various group of leading experts from Romanian and international institutions including CEEP’s executive director, Maciej Jakubik.