29. maj 2017 Seeking contacts and/or knowledge about projects within the Polish Bioenergy Market? Join us on this Bioenergy Market Visit Poland.
In cooperation with The Trade Council Poland, INBIOM and Enterprise Europe Network, Danish Bioenergy Group has arranged a market visit in Poland. Participating in this visit you will have great opportunities in creating new contacts in the Polish bioenergy market and in gathering valuable knowledge about on-going and future projects in the country.
08.00: Breakfast and check-out
09.00 - 12.00: Bioenergy workshop in Gdansk Regional Fund for Environmantal Protection Office.
12.00 - 13.30: Lunch and networking with:
13.30 - 16.30: Study visits
16.45: Transfer by train to Warsaw
19.30: Arrival to Warsaw
20.00: Check in hotel
10.00: Welcome and breakfast at the Danish Embassy in Warsaw
11.30 - 12.30: Meeting with Ministry of Energy. Renewable energy department
Ministry of agriculture. Land management department
13.15 - 15.00: Business mixer with
15.50: Transfer train to Lublin
18.07: Arrival to Lublin
18.30: Check in at hotel
20.00: Dinner with local partners
08.00: Breakfast and check out
09.00 - 12.00: Bioenergy workshop in Lublin Marshall Office
12.00 - 13.30: Lunch and networking with
13.30 - 15.30: Study visits
15.40: Departure to Warsaw by train
18.10: Arrival to Warsaw
20.30: Flight to Copenhagen
On 1 July 2016 Polish government has accepted the amendment to the Renewable Energy Act. Until now the support system was based on green certificates which have proven to be inefficient.
The new act introduces the auction system that aims to make the energy support system less costly and the market situation more transparent and predictable. The government will decide how much renewable energy it needs – for example to meet the EU's climate policy objectives and announce the auctions.
The successful tenderer will get a guarantee of support for 15 years. Auctions will be separate for different baskets. Because of stability and efficiency requirements for the first time biogas and biomass will have better support than onshore wind and PV.
Additionally the new law introduces “local biomass” rule and the micro & macro energy clusters which will provide energy for small and medium sized cities and agriculture areas. Those clusters will incorporate different technologies into one system but bioenergy will be a crucial element of it.
Last but not least Poland has access to approx. EUR 82,5 billion within the EU 2014-2020 framework and recently the EU Commission has accepted the “PO Infrastructure and Environment 2014-2020” programme with large scope on energy and environment projects.
DKK 13,000.00 for members of Danish Bioenergy Group
DKK 14,000.00 for non-member of Danish Bioenergy Group.
Both prices are excl. VAT, travelling and accommodation costs.
These net prices are based on 8 participating companies and funding from the Trade Council of Denmark.
We reserve the right to cancel, if the expectations cannot be met. The informed price is subject to your company being eligible for grants according to the rules and regulations of the Danish Trade Council. It is your company’s own responsibility to keep track record of
previous grants and the Danish Export Association cannot be held responsible if no funds are granted.
29. maj 2017, kl. 09:00Til
1. juni 2017, kl. 23:00
Go to https://www.dk-export.dk/aktiviteter/bioenergy-market-visit-poland-2017_1423/ to register for the market visitTilmeldingsfrist
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