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  • 16.10.2013 | FNEZ

    We kindly invite you to participate in the 8th Energy Forum organized in Sopot on December 16-18, 2013.

    The current situation in Europe can be described as an “energy paradox”. Economic slowdown and growth of both energy consumption and share of bio-fuels in the energy balance revealed a need for urgent reforms of the EU energy system. At present, some assumptions of the so-called road map are in contradiction to the rules of market competition. Will the current debate on the main goals of the EU climate and energy policies till 2030 bring an expected compromise on environmental protection and some solutions taking into account energetic and economic differences between the EU member states and aiming to reinforce the energy security? How to accelerate the integration process of the energy infrastructure? Where is a space for cooperation between the countries of the Central Europe? And, finally, what to invest in so uncertain times in? These questions and other energy issues will be discussed during this year’s Energy Forum in Sopot.

    The Energy Forum in Sopot is the largest conference devoted to the issues of the energy sector in Poland and Central Europe. The conference is to be attended by more than 400 guests and as well as journalists from several press agencies. One ought to notice a significant share of the foreign companies and institutions’ representatives within the energy sector. This vital factor makes the Energy Forum unique and also raises the importance of this event as one of the most important thematic event in our region. During the Energy Forum crucial statements are to be presented concerning the development of the energy sector, new investments’ initiatives are to emerge and, last but not least, it’s a great place for networking.

    The detailed information about the Conference can be found on the website: http://www.forum-ekonomiczne.pl/8th-energy-forum/?lang=en#.Ul78wFAvVa8.

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