XI European Economic Congress

XI European Economic Congress. May 13-15, Katowice. This Congress is one of the most important events of this type in Central Europe. During the Congress about 150 topic-dedicated sessions took place, attended by about thousand speakers and a record number of 12,000. guests.

During the Congress, among others, the presidents of the most important and largest companies in the energy sector discussed about the future of the industry.

15 EPK representatives participated in varioustopic- dedicated sessions of the EEC.

Biomass and Pellet Forum in Heating and Energetics

On 21st and 22nd March 2019, VIII edition of the most important spring meeting in the industry of the Biomass and Pellet Forum in Heating and Energetics took place in Elbląg. The meeting was attended by Adam Cebula and Marek Sikora.

ENERGIA PL conference

For the second time, the ENEX fair was accompanied by the ENERGIA PL conference dedicated to energy storage. The conference was attended by Janusz Kurpas and Rafał Szubert. Janusz Kurpas gave a lecture: "Designing integrated systems with energy storage". He also led a panel discussion on "Energy storage in the energy market - regulations and status".

XI Conference Thermal Transformation of Municipal Waste

XI Conference Thermal Transformation of Municipal Waste - technologies, investment implementation, financing. The paper " EPK's experience in the field of designing installations for thermal treatment of municipal waste" was delivered by Rafał Szubert. Rafał Browarski also participated in the conference.

XIV Conference on Environmental Protection. Energetics. District Heating. Industry.

XIV Conference on Environmental Protection. Energetics. District Heating. Industry.

Main topic of the first day: COP24, and what next?

The EPK was represented by Maciej Wesołowski, Jerzy Woszczek and Aneta Szubert.


Conference: The future of nuclear energy

Conference: The future of nuclear energy. Opening the Conference, Secretary Tchórzewski emphasized that the atom has a future not only in our country but throughout the world.

Director of the Nuclear Energy Department of the Ministry of Energy Józef Sobolewski reminded that the PEP2040 project assumes construction of 6 power units with a capacity of 6-9 GW by 2043, in two locations in the north and in the center of Poland. Jan Antończyk participated in the Conference.