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  • 2019

    Adam Szalc, attorney and partner at ECh&W Law Firm– moderator at the National Economic Summit 2019 [PL: Ogólnopolski Szczyt Gospodarczy 2019]

    Adam Szalc, attorney and partner at ECh&W Law Firm– moderator at the National Economic Summit 2019 [PL: Ogólnopolski Szczyt Gospodarczy 2019]

    Attorney Adam Szalc led the panel entitled “District heating and cogeneration. Investments in clean air”. The panel was hosted by PGNiG Termika S.A and moreover, was attended by: Henryk Kowalczyk – Minister of the Environment; Wojciech Dąbrowski – Chairman of the Board of  PGE Energia Ciepła S.A .; Jarosław Głowacki – Chairman of the Board of PGNiG Termika S.A .; Piotr Górnik – Chairman of the Board of Fortum Power and Heat Polska sp. z o.o .; Robert Grzywacz – Chairman of the Board, of Przedsiębiorstwo Energetyczne w Siedlce sp. z o.o .; Artur Michalski – Deputy Chairman of the Board of NFOŚiGW; Jacek Szymczak – Chairman of the Board of Chamber of Commerce for Polish District Heating [PL: Izba Gospodarcza Ciepłownictwo Polskie].

    As part of the discussion, expectations and opportunities for the development of a new cogeneration support system were discussed in the first instance which was a reference point for defining perspectives for the development of energy-efficient district heating systems and attempting to answer the question whether they mean the decline of conventional cogeneration or not. Subsequently the progress of investments in clean air and the most principal investments in district heating were discussed. The role of local governments has also been outlined and discussed including the possibilities of waste management as well as the use of renewable energy in the development of system district heating. At the end of the discussion, there was a reference made to future changes in the regulatory environment of heating as well as new technologies in district heating and cogeneration.

     

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