CBE Polska

SITG honorary patronage under workshop on the impact of fuel quality on the combustion process

sitgOrganised by us, the 2nd Edition of specialized workshops entitled.: "The impact of fuel quality on the combustion process in power boilers" is held under the honorary patronage of the Association of Mining Engineers and Technicians (SITG). It is apolitical, self-governing and permanent scientific and technical organization uniting engineers and technicians of mining, geology and related specialities interacting with the mining industry. The association membership in its ranks nearly 14,000 members of various specialities employed in the mining industry throughout Poland. The event will be held on 10th February 2016 year. More...

PGNiG Termika becomes the first Strategic Partner of the 5th Forum of Biomass & Waste

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The first strategic Partener of 5th edition of the Forum of Biomass & Waste became the company PGNiG Termika, which in December 2015 put into operation block "Siekierki" in 100% using biomass. During our event Andrzej Rubczyński, Director of Regulatory and Legislative in PGNiG Termika SA will speak about the latest investment of the company. More...

Forum of Biomass & Waste for the 5th time!

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Dear All, we have the pleasure, for the 5th time, to invite you to participate  in our principal event dedicated to the energy use of biomass and waste. The upcoming edition of the Forum of Biomass & Waste will be held on April 13th, 2016 in Warsaw. In addition, the Forum will also be accompanying by side event in the form of specialized training: "Sampling and quality assessment of alternative fuels, waste and biomass". More...

Maciej Burny, PGE S.A.: EU ETS is moving toward a law-tax regime to encourage investment in low carbon technologies

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Almost 150 experts debated the legal regulations of serving carbon efficiency, energy and industry. Market Stability Reserve, the problems associated with the phenomenon of carbon leakage, regulations MIFID II, REMIT and EMIR, as well as expectations for the Climate Summit COP21 in Paris – these were just some of the topics analyzed during the 4th edition of Emission & Energy Trading Summit, which was held on November 26 in Warsaw.

Maciej Burny
, Director of Regulatory Affairs Office, Polish Energy Group S.A. (PGE SA) estimates that MSR will reduce the pool of emission allowances - which are available in the ETS - by 6%. "We are moving towards para-fiscal system - in this system is less and less market elements, and more and more elements controlling supply that will lead to the price of allowances be so high that it will rewarding investing in low carbon technologies. It is an ideological approach that can be distinguish between the 2 major trends. European Commission trend is thet the price should be so high that in a while it will be profitable to invest in renewable energy sources without additional subsidies, and in accordance with the economic approach, until we achieve the reduction targets, the lower the price is, that cheaper we achieve the goal. Each additional euro of allowance prices increases the price of 1 MWh by 1 euro " - said Maciej Burny.

According to the estimates of the The Polish Electricity Association, reduction of CO2 emissions by 2030 will cost the Polish energy sector around 240 million PLN. Maciej Burny added that about 15-20% of these expenditures can be covered by the compensation. The expert believes that "compensatory mechanisms for the Poland in the EC proposal on the revision of the EU ETS does not neutralize the cost of climate policy for the electricity sector. Necessary capital expenditures are disproportionately high compared to the value of the derogation and the modernization fund - proposed compensation for Poland after 2020. We estimate that the derogation and modernization fund (Art. 10c and 10d) is up to 35 billion PLN. Meanwhile, spending on reducing emissions in the sector by 2030 of 30% is at least 240 billion PLN. " More...

Carbon Pulse: EU’s MiFID II rules could spur banks to return to carbon, industrials to step up trade

Upcoming European financial regulations could spur banks to return to the EU carbon market and some industrial companies to step up trade, propping up EUA liquidity even as other participants exit, a conference heard on Thursday.
MiFID II rules to further regulate commodity markets in the EU – including all carbon trading – are highly likely to come into force in Jan. 2018 after key MEPs agreed privately this week not to block a request by the European Commission to push back the directive’s start by one year, the Financial Times reported.
But fears among business groups that carbon market liquidity could be hampered by the scaling back of energy trading houses or smaller brokerage firms, which would face costly compliance, could be unfounded, according to several participants at the CBE Polska Emission & Energy Trading Summit in Warsaw. 

See more at: http://carbon-pulse.com/12554


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A week before the climate summit in Paris, the CBE Poland
team, together with the General Partner of the event: Polish Energy Group (PGE) is organizing the 4th edition of the international conference "Emission & Energy Trading Summit", which explores the economic mechanisms aimed foster climate protection and issues relevant to energy and CO2 trade. The event brings together more than 150 experts representing entitles involved in energy markets and emission allowances. In addition we would like to emphasize participation following companies: Saga Commodities and Vertis Environmental Finance, which are involved in the event since its first edition. The conference was attended , among others, by active Representatives of the European Commission, the Polish Energy Regulatory Office, the National Fund, BaFin, Fortum, Platts, Latvenergo, Elektrum, Areto, Commerzbank. The event is covered by the honorary patronage of the Polish Ministry of Economy, the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management, IFIEC Europe, Leviatan Confederation, Institute for Sustainable Development and EUROCHAMBRES. More...

More than 150 guests have registered for the 4th Emmision and Energy Trading Summit. There are the last available tickets!

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More than 150 experts have registered for the 4th edition of the conference Emission & Energy Trading Summit. Please note that there are few last available tickets. We encouraged persons, who are interested in participating in the event to make decision as soon as possible. The event will be held next Thursday (26 November) in JM HOTEL WARSAW CENTER.  More...

DZP representative will moderate a panel discussion about the future of emissions trading and energy

Agnieszka LoniewskaDZP 2We are pleased to announce that mec. Agnieszka Łoniewska from the DZP Law Firm will moderate the panel debate "The future of CO2 and Energy markets: short and long term perspective" during the 4th edition of the conference Emmision and Energy Trading Summit, which will be held on 26 November 2015, in Warsaw. More...

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