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The Polish Energy Market – Challenges & Opportunities within recent geopolitical situation

Montel, Indar Energy and the Polish Chamber of Commerce, welcomes you to join this brand new event to bring you up to date on the latest trends in the Polish energy market – and enjoy an evening networking dinner together with other key market players too.  We hope to see you in Warsaw on April 3rd!

Main Topics:

  • Investments in Poland – influence on the wholesale power markets
  • Commodities outlook and the impact on Poland
  • Price forecasts for the Polish market and the neighboring countries – Key price drivers

Ms Yvonne Kochanska – Management Board Member of the Polish Chamber of Commerce and Industry in France.

Indar Energy is pleased to announce that on 26.06.2013 Ms Yvonne Kochanska (Founding Partner of Indar Energy) has been appointed as a Board Member of the Polish Chamber of Commerce and Industry in France.
Years of experience in the management of Ms Yvonne Kochanska and excellent knowledge of the energy market will contribute to support and initiate new projects in the energy field.

We hope that in the near future Ms Kochanska new position will bring a lot of interesting projects on the Polish-French market energy field. The persons and companies interested in the details and cooperation in this area please contact.

yvonne.kochanska@indarenergy.com

Invitation: “Energy Cooperation Prospects in Poland”-Seconf Forum //May 13, 2013// French Senate

Invitation

The Polish Chamber of Commerce and Industry in France and Indar Energy, in cooperation with the French Senate and the Polish Embassy in France, have the pleasure to invite you for the second Energy Cooperation Prospects in Poland forum that will be held in Paris on May 13, 2013 at the French Senate.
This second forum will give you a unique opportunity to initiate new contacts and business to enhance cooperation withnew partners on the Polish energy market, which becomes more and more a key factor on the European energy stage.

EU Carbon Emissions Trading Scheme In Freefall

The European Union carbon emissions trading scheme­—the biggest in the world and the heart of Europe’s climate-change program—is in dire straits. The scheme’s carbon price has collapsed. The primary reason: The economic recession has suppressed manufacturing, thereby reducing emissions and creating a huge oversupply of carbon emissions allowances.

Poland and Romania to join CZ-SK-HU Market Coupling.

28 January 2013 representatives of Czech, Slovak, Hungarian, Polish and Romanian National Regulators, Transmission System Operators and Market Operators met in Budapest to agree on the start of the structured cooperation with a goal to investigate and prepare for the integration of the day-ahead electricity markets of the five countries.

source: http://www.polpx.pl