Central Europe Energy Partners (CEEP) has begun co-operation with the Polish Chamber of the Chemical Industry (PIPC). Its aim is to integrate businesses in the European forums, and to intensify efforts for increasing the competitiveness of Polish industry. The co-operation with the Polish Chamber of the Chemical Industry confirms the position that CEEP has gained in the last five years, on the international level, especially in Brussels. “Our main force is the broad representation of sectors, including both producers and consumers of energy. This makes CEEP’s proposals, not ‘the voice’ of one industry only, but a balanced position, based on compromise and the interests of more than one hundred million Europeans. I am satisfied that ‘this voice’ has now been strengthened, due to companies from the chemical industry associated with PIPC. I strongly believe that CEEP will now be even better heard in the whole of Europe. This should bring benefits to energy producers and consumers in Poland, and across Central Europe,” claimed Paweł Olechnowicz, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Central Europe Energy Partners. The main fields of co-operation include actions aimed at creating a rational ETS system, developing effective carbon leakage measures, enhancing the development of renewable energy sources, and supporting the improvement of energy efficiency in the chemical industry. “What brings us and CEEP members together, is mainly the need for stable regulations and security of supplies of our energy resources. Both of these fields are shaped predominantly at the EU level. As much as three-quarters of the EU Member States’ legislation in the area of energy-intensive and chemical industries, is produced in Brussels. I [...]
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