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Inauguration of the new Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers from the Energy Sector



13.11.2017

 

Inauguration of the new Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers from the Energy Sector

On 13 November, in Warsaw, the Trade Union of ZPP gathering members form the energy sector (ZPP SE), which derives from the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers (ZPP) started its activity. The founders of the Union are: enterprises from the energy sector and companies providing professional services in this field.


Main conclusions from the report “Road map of Polish electro-energy 2030+” – a scenario of the future of Polish electro-energy sector considering the newest legislations of the European Union – were presented during the inauguration meeting. Participants of the meeting could also get acquainted with the Energy Mix till 2040.

Marcin Roszkowski, the President of the Management Board and PhD Christian Schnell, the vice-President of the Management Board presented their concept of ZPP SE activity helping Poland to go through the key transformation of the energy sector.

Experts of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers of the Energy Sector will be issuing numerous reports on new perspectives of the energy sector and will be providing trainings and workshops in this topic. They will also work on creating new legislative environment. Members of the Union are: energy companies, companies dealing with innovative industry in the sectors of: energy, transport and energy-efficient constructing.

“We are a platform of exchange of professional knowledge, vital to create common vision of the future of Polish energy sector. We want to build solid image of the widely-understood energy sector. In Poland and worldwide.” concluded Marcin Roszkowski, the President of ZPP SE.

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