AGENDA 26/05/2015

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AGENDA 26/05/2015
AGENDA
26/05/2015
11.00 – 11.30
Opening
Marek Woszczyk, PKEE
Włodzimierz Karpiński, Minister of Treasury (tbc)
dr Krzysztof Zamasz, Enea
11.30 – 13.00
Socio-economical dimensions of activities of 21st century energy utility
Chair: Ambassador Andrzej Byrt
Panelists: Filip Thon (RWE), Dariusz Lubera (Tauron), prof. Witold Orłowski
(Politechnika Warszawska), Roman Walkowiak (KGHM), dr Mark Jamison
(University of Florida)
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 Various dimensions of social responsibility of modern energy utility
(towards society; local, regional, state, European, global communities)
 Means and forms of realization of social responsibility by modern energy
utilities
 Social responsibility and economy
 Innovative e-utility in innovative economy
14.00 – 15.30
Innovative energy utility
Chair: Marek Samotyj (EPRI)
Panelists: dr Peter Fox-Penner (The Brattle Group), dr Stathis Peteves (EC – JRC
Institute
for
Energy
and
Transport),
Robert
Stelmaszczyk
(PTPiREE),
Andrzej Tersa (Energa)
 Are creativity and innovativeness important features in energy business?
 Areas of R&D (RD3) in the energy sector
 Ways of support of RD3 in the energy sector
 The influence on liberalization, climate policy on innovativeness of energy
utilities
 Innovativeness of energy sector vs. other sectors
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15.30 – 17.00
Energy utilities, energy security and European market transformations
Chair: Iana Dreyer (Borderlex.eu)
Panelists:
Marek
Woszczyk
(PGE,
PKEE),
Aleksander
Grad
(Tauron),
dr Dalius Misiūnas (Lietuvos Energija), Jean-Arnold Vinois (European
Commission), John Sinner (EIB)
 CEE utilities – coping with market, technological, environmental &
geopolitical change
 Innovation & digital & “smartness”- reaping the benefits of a more
decentralised energy system
 Flexible sourcing – developing gas and electricity trading hubs in CEE
 Infrastructure – role of the Energy Union and the European Investment
Plan
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27/05/2015
Room I
9.00 – 10.30
Sustainable e-utility
Chair: dr Jan Rączka
Panelists:
prof.
Atle
Midttun
(BI
Norwegian
Business
School),
prof. Karsten Neuhoff (The German Institute for Economic Research - DIW
Berlin),
prof.
Tadeusz
Skoczkowski
(Politechnika
Warszawska),
dr inż. Paweł Skowroński (Politechnika Warszawska), prof. Waldemar Skomudek
(Politechnika Opolska)
 Energy efficiency – a friend or a foe of energy utility?
 Can e-mobility, storage and distributed generation make a business case
for e-utility?
 Energy prosumer as a client and competitor of e-utility
 Economy of e-utility in a scenario of dynamic development of distributed
generation
 E-utility and economy of climate change
 Coal-based climate change policy – is it an oxymoron?
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11.00 – 12.30
I-utility
Chair: dr hab. Mariusz Swora
Panelists: Michał Jarczyński (Enea Operator), dr Mark Jamison (University of
Florida), António da Costa (EDP), Piotr Kołodziej (PTPiREE), Mariusz Przybylik
(A.T. Kearney)
 How ICT influences and changes management of e-utility
 Smart metering and smart grids – opening new channels of interactions
between e-utility and clients (abusiness case for e-utility)
 ‘Googlization’ of energy grid: security of supply, privacy protection and
the threats of cyberspace
 The role of predictability in I-utilities regulation. How stable energy
regulation rules can help innovative grid companies achieve their goals?
 Integrating energy prosumers and storage into a smart grid – costs and
benefits.
13.30 – 15.00
Energy utility as a capacity supplier
Chair: Rafał Zasuń (Wysokienapiecie.pl)
Panelists:
dr
Krzysztof
Zamasz
(Enea),
Henryk
Majchrzak
(PSE),
Tomasz Dąbrowski (MG), Grzegorz Onichimowski, Wojciech Topolnicki (PKEE),
Stanisław Poręba (EY)
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 Financing long-term investments in generation
 Demand response and capacity market (CM)
 Influence of CM on the liberalized energy market
 First experiences from the British market (auctions)
Room II
9.00 – 10.30
Multi-utilities, innovative products and competition
Chair: dr Marek Dietl (SGH)
Panelists:
Grzegorz
Kinelski
(Enea),
prof.
Henryk
Mruk
(Uniwersytet
Ekonomiczny w Poznaniu), dr Fridrik Larsen (Larsen Energy Branding),
prof. Pierre Regibeau (Charles River Associates), prof. Giacomo Calzolari
(University of Bologna)
 Do multi-utilities still make sense: customer perspective and challenges
for operations.
 From commodity to differentiated product: branding / pricing
(pricemodels) / product design?
 What can go together? (energy + gas + heat + cable TV + assurance +
services)
 Away from competition? Should the regulators be worried?
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11.00 – 12.30
Coal-based energy utility
Chair: dr Janusz Steinhoff
Panelists: dr Wojciech Myślecki (Politechnika Wrocławska), Paweł Smoleń
(Deloitte), Marek Szymczak (Tauron), Waldemar Szulc (PGE), Marek
Mrówczyński (EC Będzin)
 Coal in energy generation and decarbonisation policy of the EU – is it
consistent?
 Economy of using coal by e-utility
 Who is going to bear costs of inefficiency in Polish coal sector?
 Costs and benefits of switching to sources of energy other than coal
 Innovative coal technologies – a real chance or a myth?
13.30 – 15.00
21st century consumer and the modern energy enterprise
Chair: prof. Anna Fornalczyk
Panelists: Ute Dubois (ISG International Business School in Paris), Maciej Bando
(Urząd Regulacji Energetyki), Grażyna Rokicka (Stowarzyszenie Konsumentów
Polskich), Kamil Pluskwa-Dąbrowski (Federacja Konsumentów), Örjan Brinkman
(European Consumers' Organisation BEUC)
 Energy poverty – how to tackle the problem of energy trilemma?
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 Affordability of energy and the non-tariffs ways of protection of
consumers
 New forms of interactions between consumer and e-utility
 Economy of e-utility and the protection of consumers
 A role of various institutions in the energy consumers’ protection
Debate
15.00 – 16.30
What we can do together to make Polish energy sector more innovative?
Chair: prof. Marian Gorynia
Members of the Board from Enea, Tauron, PGE, Energa
Dr Krzysztof Zamasz, Piotr Kołodziej (PTPiREE)
Professors:
prof.
Jan
Szmidt
(Politechnika
Warszawska),
prof. Tadeusz Więckowski (Politechnika Wrocławska), prof. Marek Tukiendorf
(Politechnika Opolska)
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