News

The European Dimension of Energy Security and Environmental Protection: Photovoltaics, Electromobility Energy Storage – Towards a New Energy Policy (30.5.2019)

1920x1200 (1)

We invite you to partake in panels organised by the Institute for Western Affairs, taking place on Thursday the 30th May (9AM – 12.30 PM) in the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism AMU, ul. Umultowska 89, Poznań. The panels will concern Germany’s energy policy – the Energiewende. The issues connected to the aforementioned topic will be discussed considering the development of Polish-German relations within the framework of the conference „The European Dimension of Energy Security and Environmental Protection”. This year’s edition is titled „Photovoltaics, Electromobility Energy Storage – Towards a New Energy Policy”.

The conference is organised by the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism (Adam Mickiewicz University), the Electrical Power Engineering Institute (Poznan University of Technology), the Institute for Western Affairs, the Biosystems Engineering Institute (Poznan University of Life Sciences), the Department of Security Challenges and Terrorism (War Studies University), the Department of Economic and Local Government Policy (Poznan University of Economics and Business) and the Department of Energy Policy and Security (University of Zielona Góra).

The conference is hosted by the Clean Energy Foundation.

THE SECOND DAY OF THE CONFERENCE:

9.00 am CONFERENCE OPENING

9.15 am FIRST PANEL: ENERGIEWENDE AND GERMAN FOREIGN POLICY: THE REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL DIMENSION

Dr hab. Beata Molo (Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University)
Dr Helena Wyligała (University of Lower Silesia)
Dr Witold Ostant (Institute for Western Foreign Affairs, War Studies University)
Mgr Rafał Bajczuk (Centre for Eastern Studies)
Mgr Adam Błażowski (Portal Energy Climate Revolution)
Moderator: dr Piotr Kubiak 10.45 am

COFFEE BREAK 11.00 am

SECOND PANEL: ENERGIEWENDE AND THE POLISH ELECTROENERGETIC SECTOR

Dr hab. Kamila Pronińska  (University of Warsaw)
Dr Krzysztof Księżopolski (SGH Warsaw School of Economics)
Dr Tomasz Nowacki (Polish Ministry of Energy)
Dr Radosław Szczerbowski (Poznan University of Technology)
Mgr Anna Górska (Adam Mickiewicz University)
Moderator: dr Witold Ostant

12.30 pm CLOSING OF THE CONFERENCE


the Institute for Western Affairs in Poznan

ul. Mostowa 27 A
61-854 Poznań
NIP: 783-17-38-640