Energy forum of ZPP

 

Changes in the energy mix, decarbonisation, renewable energy sources, sovereignty and security, decarbonisation of the economy – these are topics that are prominent in the public debate. Their urgency is also reflected in legislation.

There is no doubt that energy is one of the priority strands of public policy today. That is why we are responding to this by establishing the ZPP Energy Forum. This is a platform on which we want to concentrate all our activities in the field of energy.

As part of the Forum’s activities, we intend to publish expert documents and regulatory opinions and organise events at the level of Poland and the European Union as well as carry out projects and information campaigns.

The aim of the Forum is to work out – in cooperation with key stakeholders and experts – the most optimal solutions for a broadly understood energy policy, with particular emphasis on energy security and taking care of the competitiveness of the Polish economy.

The Director of the ZPP Energy Forum is Dominika Taranko, d.taranko@zpp.net.pl.

Feel free to contact us anytime.


Dominika Taranko 
Director of the ZPP Energy Forum 

 

Włodzimierz Ehrenhalt 
Chief Energy Expert

 

MATERIALS:

POSITION PAPERS:

Position of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers (ZPP) on Poland becoming independent of Russian supplies of primary commodities

Position of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers on the ‘Fit for 55’ package

Position of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers on the draft amendment to the Distance Act

Position of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers on the Polish nuclear power programme

Just Transition Fund – Polish perspective

Position of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers on rising energy prices

COMMENTARIES:

ZPP’s commentary on desirable joint actions of European countries related to the energy threat

A ZPP commentary: The European taxonomy is staring into an abyss. It’s own power generation sources based on atom and gas are today as important for Europe as before the war, if not more important

Commentary of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers (ZPP) on the proposal for establishing minimum gas storage obligations

ZPP Commentary: EU’s climate goals come at a cost of deforestation

OPINIONS: 

Opinion of the Energy Expert of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers (ZPP): The prospects for the development of wind farms and photovoltaic sources in light of the laws currently under way

Opinion of the Chief Energy Technology Specialist at The ZPP: achieving energy autonomy requires additional legislative action

Opinion of the Chief Economist of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers on rising prices of raw materials for energy

Opinion of the Chief Expert on Energy of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers on the amendment to the Distance Act

Opinion of the Chief Expert of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers on Power Industry regarding the Energy Sector in the National Recovery Plan

Opinion of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers regarding the presented proposals for regulatory changes in the field of development of renewable sources in Poland

The condition of the Polish mining industry – the opinion of the chief expert of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers on energy

REPORTS: 

Conclusions from the latest ZPP report monitoring the EU-ETS market – the participation of speculators in this market is underestimated

Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers publishes a report on environmental protection

Poland urgently needs an Energy Doctrine

Energy prices threaten the competitiveness of the Polish economy – report by the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers

MEMORANDA:

Memorandum of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers on European climate policy

PRESS RELASES:

Are we to expect a return to coal? What is the future of the Polish energy industry? – conclusions from the debate of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers

EVENTS:

Debate hosted by the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers: Emission allowances trading, price bubbles and energy prices