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8:00 - 9:00 Registration and the morning coffee. Opening of the seminar. Welcoming participants by the organizers and partners of the event
9:00 - 9:40 Introductory lecture:
Cogeneration in the Energy Law, RES Law and the development of cogeneration in the EU
  • The intentions of the energy policy makers in the European Union, the key elements of Directive 2004/8/ EC
  • Development trends of the regulatory environment for CHP plants in Europe
  • The contribution of working groups in the future evolution of CHP
  • Potential investments in cogeneration in the context of legal rammifications after 2018
9:40 - 10:20
10:20 - 11:20 Panel discussion:
  • Future support system for industrial and grid – CHP Plants
  • How should the auction system for cogeneration look like?
  • Cogeneration and the permissible government support, the effect of incentive
  • Current problems in the development of cogeneration investments
  • Analysis of historical data in creation of the intelligent heating system
  • Avoiding overestimation of power generation
  • The level of expected return on investments vs. regulatory uncertainty
  • Flexible cogeneration as one of the pillars of energy security
10:20 - 11:40 Coffee Break
11:40 - 12:05 Strategic Partner Speech:
Cogeneration from the point of view of energy company - PGNiG TERMIKA

  • What in cogeneration units should the mix of technology and fuel assume in the years 2020-30 (waste, biomass domestic, gas)
  • What is the status of the development of cogeneration in Poland. The reasons for cogeneration investments hold up.
  • How to support the development of cogeneration - will the power market be helpful for the cogeneration sector?
  • What should be the mechanism of support for cogeneration - the system of certificates of origin or auction system compliant with the EC guidelines
  • Traps for investments started under the provisions on state support - the problem of incentive and other
  • Conclusions - how to support cogeneration in accordance with EC guidelines and minimization of social costs
12:05 - 12:30 Strategic Partner Speech:
  • Presentation of solutions and technologies related to the rapid and efficient district heating in reference to the changing energy markets.
  • Cooperation of cogeneration units with the DSOs / TSOs at the time of upcoming distributed energy systems
  • The quality of heat and electricity delivery
  • End user demand
12:30 - 12:55 Audits for CHP
  • methodology review in determining the input data
  • review and evaluation of data management
  • review of procedures and instructions for monitoring in cogeneration
  • verification of the correctness of calculationsreview and evaluation of measurement and settlement systems, in accordance with the requirements of the reference documentsvalidation of the methodology used for determining high-efficiency cogeneration
  • verification and confirmation of the current status, the assessment of additions and changes
12:55 - 13:20 Strategic Partner Speech:
Lecture on models of financing and co-financing of the cogeneration investments.
13:20 - 14:10 Lunch Break
14:10 - 14:35 Case study:
Lecture dedicated to sewage treatment plant experience in producing energy in cogeneration from sewage sludge.
14:35 - 15:35 Panel discussion:
Cogeneration for energy companies and cogeneration for energy-intensive companies
  • Cogeneration for energy companies and cogeneration for energy-intensive companies
  • Why energy-intensive businesses with high demand for thermal energy do not decide to take up cogeneration?
  • Problems arising from the current form of public tenders
  • Competing prices vs. competing portfolio, service, etc.
  • Support for urban cogeneration vs. support for industrial cogeneration
  • Problems in obtaining support in the absence of energy re-sale policy
  • Sustainable development - cooperation of system based CHP plants with local industry
15:35 - 16:00 Case study:
Cogeneration vs. Public Procurement Law
  • How to move away from price as the main criterion of a tender? - Non-financial evaluation criteria
  • Preparing a good agreement and avoiding risks
  • Checking the credibility of contractors and subcontractors
  • Audits and errors in control results
16:00 - 16:25 Case study:
Air conditioning systems powered by network heat
16:25 - 16:30 Summation and conclusion
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