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KOBiZE involved in our conference on CO2 trading

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We are pleased to announce that Paweł Mzyk, Deputy Head of the National Centre for Emission Management (KOBiZE), will speak during the Third Emission Trading Summit which we organize on 19th November in Warsaw. Expert will take part in a panel debate on carbon markets.. More...

EY Law cooperate again with us amoung "Emission Trading Summit" conference series

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Law Firm Ernst & Young Law Tałasiewicz i Wspólnicy sp.k. joined as a Partner the 3rd edition of the Emission Trading Summit, which will take place on 19th November 2014 in Warsaw. Firm combines solicitors and barristers many years of experience with the applicable standards of performance in the EY group and with knowledge of the customers business principals. During the event EY Law will be represented by Katarzyna Kłaczyńska, who will speak in a panel debate on the future of the CO2 markets. Katarzyna Kłaczyńska in EY Law is responsible in particular for practice in the area of energy, natural resources, environmental protection and emissions trading. Więcej...

Revitalization of the ETS from the Fortum point of view during the 3ird edition of the Emission Trading Summit

Kari KankaanpaafortumWe are pleased to announce that the Finnish energy company Fortum substantively involved in the 3rd edition of the International Emission Trading Summit, which will take place on 19th November 2014. During event will speak Kari Kankaanpää, Senior Manager, Climate Affairs at Fortum Corporation. The expert will give a lecture on the so-called "Market Stability Reserve" from the point of view of the Finnish energy giant. More...

Specialist workshop "Art. 44 of the Energy Law" for the 3rd time

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On 22nd October 2014, was held our 3rd specialist workshop "Article 44 - Changes in energy law and the obligations of accounting". Due to the specialized topics of the workshop dedicated only Polish energy law the content is available only in Polish. More...

Lewiatan Confederation joined the Honorary Patronage of our Summit about CO2 trading

Daria KulczyckalewiatanOur 3rd Emission Trading Summit has been appreciated by Polish Confederation Lewiatan, which took the Honorary Patronage of the event. During the conference on behalf of the Lewiatan will speak Daria Kulczycka, Director of the Energy and Climate Change Department in the Polish Confederation Lewiatan. Polish Confederation Lewiatan gathers in the regional and industry associations over 3750 companies, which are employing a total of over 700 thousands people. He is a member of the Trilateral Commission for Social-Economical matters. Lewiatan belongs to the BUSINESSEUROPE organization - which represents the interests of entrepreneurs and employers to the European Commission, European Parliament and other EU institutions. More...

The EU reached the agreement about the framework for climate policy until 2030

The European Union will reduce CO2 emissions by at least 40 percent to 2030 in relation to 1990 - the leaders reached the agreement in the night from Thursday to Friday in Brussels. Less wealthy EU countries, including Poland, will be less burdened with the costs of ambitious climate policy. 40-percent target of reduction in CO2 emissions till 2030. is the main element of the agreement on a new framework for EU climate policy after 2020 "It was not easy, but we were able to reach this agreement," - said the head of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy at the press conference after the end of the session of the first day of the summit. The way for a compromise was opened by Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Francois Hollande and Van Rompuy. Shortly after the start of the summit, they talked about the Polish demands, while other countries were waiting for the outcome of these negotiations.
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Ministry of Economy: In 2014 power plants received 66 million free CO2 allowances

For the years 2013-2020 Polish power plants were granted 404 million free CO2 allowances, and in 2014 were issued them approx. 66 million free allowances - informed the Ministry of Economy. Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz at the EU summit seeks to maintain free permits for power plants. These permits however, do not cover the total needs of the energy sector - indicated the Ministry of Economy. Missing allowances plants must buy at auction. The need of buying allowances aims encourage investments in renewable sources.
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PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna S.A. the General Partner of III Emission Trading Summit about CO2 emissions trading

pgePGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna S.A.  joined the sponsors group of 3rd Emission Trading Summit , which will be held at 19th of November in Warsaw. This conference will bring together experts in the field of CO2 emissions trading from all over the world and give them opportunity to exchange experiences and establish business contacts. The PGE experts are substantively involved in the Summit since the first edition (in 2012) and now has taken the exclusive title of the General Partner. The PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna S.A. is active on the market of CO2 emission allowances from 2008. In July 2008 became a member of the Towarowa Giełda Energii SA (currently: POLPX), and in August of the  BlueNext stock exchange in Paris (which was closed in December 2012). From November 2013 PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna S.A. is member of the European Energy Exchange (EEX), on which they act as market maker (spot, forward). PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna S.A. is responsible for balancing the CO2 emission allowances within the PGE Capital Group. They also trade actively with national and international companies within the EU ETS system. More...

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