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  • 10.02.2017 | FNEZ

    Increased capacity of cross-border connections between EU member states is one of the priorities set by the European
    Commission. Offshore grids are planned on both the North Sea and the Baltic Sea with the aim to integrate power markets,
    increase energy security and also to optimise the cost of development of the offshore wind sector.

    Poland is part of the „Baltic Integrid” project, the objective of which is to develop an initial design of the cross-border offshore
    grid on the Baltic Sea.

    • What conditions would have to be met to make this Baltic grid reality?
    • Will a connection point to the grid for offshore wind farms be located on Polish waters?
    • Will cross-border offshore grids lower the connecting and balancing costs for offshore wind farms?
    • Will there be offshore energy storage facilities?

    We will be looking for answers to these questions during the 3rd session of our conference: „Offshore wind energy
    an opportunity for the Polish economy”.

    The following speakers have announced their attendance:

    • Aleksander Gabryś, director EY
    • Eryk Kłosowski, president of the board PSE S.A.*
    • dr Joanna Maćkowiak-Pandera, president of the Forum for Energy
    • Andreea Tanasa, Directorate-General for Energy Eureopean Comission
    • Mariusz Wójcik, project coordinator Baltic InteGrid, FNEZ

    The session will be moderated by Bartosz Derski, Editor/Publisher of WysokieNapięcie.pl

    27-28 February 2017, Warsaw
    Take a look at the AGENDA here.
    Join us! Limited number of participants.
    List of participants is available on website, see who is going to attend!

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