Poland Green Transition Dialogue
Green Energy Transition in Poland
The Polish Embassy in Copenhagen and DI Energy hereby invite you to a morning briefing on the green energy transition in Poland. We will discuss how Poland plans to lower CO2 emissions, proceed with the energy transition and finance the development of the renewable energy sector. A special focus will be on the offshore wind sector, the new regulatory framework in Poland and planned offshore auctions.
Poland and Denmark are close collaboration partners in energy with strong links in sales, production, labour and infrastructure now being linked through the Baltic Pipe Project. The collaboration areas include energy efficiency, wind power, district heating, gas – and many more areas. Join this briefing for an update and to take part in the discussion.
Join this briefing to learn of the current possibilities in Poland through new targets, new policies, new initiatives and new financing. Join the dialogue on how we can enhance the collaboration in energy – through commercial as well as regulatory and political initiatives.
The event takes place online on 12 April at 9.30 to 11.00. Please register via this link to the left.
Troels Ranis, Director, DI Energy, Confederation of Danish Industry and Mateusz Mońko, Charge d’affaires ad interim, Embassy of Poland
9:35 Reflections on Polish-Danish energy partnership
Martin Lidegaard, MP and Chairman of the Foreign Policy Committee
9:40 Green transition in Poland – policies and financing
Marta Babicz, Director, External Funds Department, National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management
10:05 Wind energy in Poland
Kamila Tarnacka, Vice President, Polish Wind Energy Association
10:35 Poland and Denmark as energy partners
Elsebeth Søndergaard Krone, Director, Danish Energy Agency
Discussion: How to increase energy co-operation between Poland and Denmark?
Monika Izydorczyk, Counsellor, Embassy of Poland, Thomas Rizk, Head of Trade, Danish Embassy in Poland and Hans Peter Slente, Senior Advisor, DI Energy