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PGNIG Termika

PGNiG TERMIKA is the largest Polish producer of heat and electricity in cogeneration. Generating heat and electricity at the same time is the most effective production method. On 11 January 2012, the company became a member of the PGNiG S.A. Group.

Our plants generate 11% of all heat produced in Poland. It is already supplied to 70% of the Warsaw population and 60% of the residents of Pruszków, Piastów and Michałowice. PGNiG TERMIKA produces energy in cogeneration (combined heat and power generation). This effective method of production allows our company to meet approximately 65% of the electricity demand of Warsaw. The heat we produce in our cogeneration plants reaches customers as hot tap water and hot water in their heating radiators. It is generated at five plants:
  • CHP Siekierki and HP Kawęczyn
  • CHP Żerań, HP Wola and Pruszków Cogeneration Plant
In total, our cogeneration plants produce annually over 3.7 TWh of electricity and approximately 12 TWh of heat.

The primary fuel used at PGNiG TERMIKA is hard coal. However, we are gradually replacing it with ecological and environmentally-friendly biomass. HP Wola is fired with heavy fuel oil.

The heat produced by PGNiG TERMIKA is distributed in two ways:
  • in Warsaw – through the municipal district heating network of Veolia Energia Warszawa
  • in Pruszków – through our own district heating network
clifford Clifford Chance is present in Poland since 1992. Currently in its Warsaw office employs more than 90 lawyers. Clifford Chance law firm is the first choice for many leaders of the Polish market: companies with Polish and foreign capital operating in many sectors of the economy, investment funds and financial institutions. Law firm also can be  proud of working for the government in Poland, the State Treasury companies and state-owned banks and sovereign wealth funds.

Group of Energy and Environmental Protection, Clifford Chance in Warsaw in recent years has been involved in many projects of key importance for the broadly understood Polish energy sector, such as the construction of new power and heating sources, and refining installations, access to international natural resources, restructuring of the mining industry or promoting beneficial for the sector legislative solutions at national and EU level.
opra OPRA Turbines is a leading developer and manufacturer of advanced radial gas turbines and gas turbine powered generator sets in the 2 MW power range. The OP16 gas turbine provides robustness, reliability, class leading efficiency and low emissions well suited for a variety of simple cycle and cogeneration (CHP) applications within oil & gas, bioenergy, industrial and commercial markets. The generator sets can be provided with low emission and dual / multifuel capabilities and they can be installed as single or multiple units effectively covering installation requirements from 1 MW to 10 MW. OPRA Turbines benefits from advanced, patented gas turbine technology and has a culture of innovations and unique expertise in all-radial gas turbines.


The Office of Technical Inspection (UDT) is a state legal person active in the safety of technical equipment based on a number of legal acts, primarily the Act of 21st December 2000. Technical supervision (Dz. U. of 2015. Pos. 1125). UDT continues the more than century-old tradition of Polish technical inspection. UDT has 29 local branches, spread throughout the Polish.

The mission of The Office of Technical Inspection is to ensure the safety of people, property and the environment through professional, efficient and socially responsible to take steps to prevent and eliminate risks arising from the operation of technical equipment.

The vision of The Office of Technical Inspection is to increase the level of technical safety in Poland through a modern, competent and impartial examination and evaluation and improvement of technical culture.
Polish Chamber of Chemical Industry (PIPC) is an organization representing the chemical industry to the state administrative bodies and international organizations
nfos The National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management (NFEP&WM) which was established in 1989 as a result of the regime transformation in Poland, in cooperation with voivodeship funds for environmental protection and water management is the pillar of the Polish system of financing environmental protection. The basis of the National Fund’s operation as a State legal person is the Act on Environmental Protection Law.
PIPC nowe

Polish Chamber of Chemical Industry was established in 1988, and in 2001 merged with the Association of Chemical Industry Employers in Poland.

According to the Statute PIPC scope of activities includes areas implemented by the two organizations and is their continuation. Objectives and scope of activity:
  • Supporting activities for the development of the chemical industry
  • The impact on the shape of legislation supporting the economic and social sustainable development of the chemical industry and taking into account the rights and interests of members
  • Representing the interests of economic and social members at national and international level
  • Rights protection and representing the interests of members to bodies of state authority and administration, local government authorities and other authorities, trade unions and other organisations
suez Comprehensive services for local governments, industrial and commercial customers with the collection, recovery / recycling and disposal of municipal, industrial and hazardous waste; incineration, production of alternative fuels; maintenance of cleanliness in towns and maintenance of the green areas; cleaning of tanks and separators; European experience in public-private partnership; the presence in more than 20 cities in Poland. SITA and other companies of the Group comprising one brand SUEZ.
politechnikawaw Warsaw University of Technology - public technical university founded in 1915 in Warsaw. It is one of the largest and renowned technical universities in Poland and Central / Eastern Europe.
nape National Energy Conservation Agency (NAPE) was established in 1994 with an aim of popularizing efficient and rational energy usage, above all in the building sector, and the principles of sustainable development.We specialize in energy consulting, energy auditing and certification of buildings. NAPE is one of the few companies in Poland that elaborate energy performance certificates for complex buildings equipped with advanced technical systems and for public buildings. We train energy auditors, publish textbooks and spreadsheets for the preparation of audits, and issue educational brochures.NAPE participates in projects co-financed by the European Commission concerned with energy efficiency of buildings, financing modernization of buildings, renewable energy sources implementation, polygeneration, promotion of energy saving, integrated design, and innovative HVAC technologies.We prepare applications for subsidies from the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management, European Funds, thermomodernization bonuses from the bank. NAPE is also a verifying consultant for the Polish Sustainable Energy Financing Facility PolSEFF. We also verify projects financed by the European Investment Bank.
arelogo ARE SA was established on February 24, 1997 in order to conduct statistical surveys and system analyses, including economical simulations in the field of energy management.

Its inception was the result of realization of the government energy policy's assumptions, according to which there was a need to establish a commercial partnership subject which is supposed to carry out analytical and prognostic works for energy enterprises in order to continue the reform of petroleum and energy sector as well as for government agendas co-operating in the field of formulating and introducing the energy policies ('Energy Policy Guidelines for Poland until 2010' -- accepted by the Council of Ministers on October 17, 1996). “With us energy sector does not have any secrets” - this is a motto which inspires our activity because the mission of the ARE is to fulfill informational needs and to provide expert knowledge in the field of energy sector. Accomplishing the mission makes it possible for subjects taking advantage of our services to gain both historical and current data as well as anticipations concerning future energy needs and possibilities of their fulfillment accordingly to the expected commercial and regulatory targets.

The most important and prestigious fields of interest are statistical surveys and analyses which are being conducted in co-operation with government agencies, so the dominant task resulting from this fact is to run and develop Bank Danych Gospodarki Paliwowo-Energetycznej (Bank of Energy and Petroleum Industry Data) oriented to the needs of public statistics as well as to provide government bodies, energy enterprises and other subjects functioning on the market with vital information. In this field we co-operate with the Ministry of Economy, the central Statistical Office and the Energy Regulatory Office.

Energy sector enterprises and companies co-operating with them take great advantage of the results of our statistical works as well as of our analyses, prognostics and advisory services. In this field we can boast of a number of regular reports which characterize changes taking place on the petroleum and energy markets in Poland, in the European Union and in the whole world. We also realize individual elaborations and provide other consulting services, what is more, depending on the client's preferences, we perform them ourselves or on the basis of rigid co-operation with interested parties.

An important segment of ARE's informational offer is a probably well-known to all those who deal with energy topics, updated on the daily basis web portal CIRE.pl. It keeps our clients up to date with developments in such branches as: electrical power engineering, gas industry, heating and mining industries and at the same time it is a place where free flow of opinions on these topics is possible.
upebi  Union of Producers and Employers of the Biogas Industry (UPEBI) was founded on 26th June 2012. The organization was founded to integrate industry biogas in Poland and to work together for the economy of biogas in Poland.  UPEBI motto is TOGETHER FOR BIOGAS and that is why every day they fight for a better tomorrow for all the biogas industry and make every effort to ensure that legislation and other rules and regulations are for their industry friendly.
zppm One of the major reasons for founding Association of Polish Dairy Processors (APDP) was that the dairy sector companies needed a forum for sharing experience, establishing contacts and co-operation as well as their own representation.APDP is a dairy organization uniting milk purchasing businesses, dairy processors along with companies working for the Polish dairy sector. APDP activities concern enhancement and development of Polish milk and milk products market as well as promotion of milk and milk products consumption. By developing co-operation with other dairy organizations, ADPD aims at creating strong representation of dairy industry interests in Poland and abroad. It has also taken steps to shape positive image and enhance prestige of Polish dairy industry on the Single Market of the EU.Right from the beginning, the ADPD has taken measures to disseminate expertise on quality and legal requirements for the dairy sector and other information vital for the sector.APDP also participates in the legislative process by providing opinions on legislation affecting dairy industry at the national and EU levels. Our activities include also publishing as well as organization of training courses and seminars.
bireta2 Bireta Professional Translations is a translation agency in Warsaw which for 14 years has been providing translations and interpreting services on subjects relating to the power industry, gas industry, environmental protection, transport, infrastructure, IT, telecommunications, law, and finance. Bireta adheres to international standard ISO 17100, which specifies the requirements for a high-quality translation service. Bireta is a member of the Polish Association of Translation Companies and only works with the best translators who are experts in their particular field.  Bireta specializes in handling large-scale projects which require translation of as many as several thousand pages per month. We develop a terminology database and glossary, guaranteeing consistency of the texts translated.  A Project Manager is assigned to personally coordinate a particular project and is in regular contact with the client. We have a two-step quality control system in which the translated text is always reviewed by another translator/proofreader. Bireta also has many years of experience in providing a comprehensive interpreting service for conferences, training, and business meetings. We can provide experienced interpreters, professional equipment, and translations of the printed conference materials.  Bireta’s clients include: Alstom Power Sp. z o.o., Asseco Poland S.A., Budimex S.A., Daewoo International Corporation, Foster Wheeler Energia Polska Sp. z o.o. , General Electric International S.A., Halliburton Company Germany GmbH, Hochtief Polska S.A., Lane Energy Poland Sp. z o.o., LOTOS Petrobaltic S.A., Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Europe GmbH,  Polimex - Mostostal S.A., PGNiG S.A., Salini Polska Sp. z o.o., Rafako S.A., Schlumberger Oilfield Eastern Limited Sp. z o.o., Siemens Sp. z o.o., Strabag Sp. z o.o., and Veolia Usługi dla Środowiska S.A. For more information about our company please go to: www.bireta.pl