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Prospects for the development of cogeneration and district cooling investmentsformularzEN

Pawel Boguslawski PhD Paweł Bogusławski, Independent expert

Wieloletni pracownik URE. Pełniący obowiązki Naczelnika Wydziału ds. Regulacji Rynku Ciepła Departament Rynków Energii Elektrycznej i Ciepła
Karlis Goldstein Karlis Goldstein, Member of the Cabinet of the EU Commissioner for Energy, European Commission

Karlis has worked in EU policymaking in Brussels for more than 10 years and is currently a Member of the Cabinet of the EU Commissioner for Energy. He is specialised in energy efficiency and sustainable system solutions. Prior to joining the European Commission he worked several years negotiating EU law at the Council for industry, competitiveness, transport and energy on behalf of a Member State administration.
Mikkel Willum Mikkel Willum, Chief consultant, HOFOR Fjernkøling A/S in Copenhagen

Works with organization of the district cooling business, ie. finanace, planning, framework conditions. Economist with 10 years of experience in the field of district energy. Previousley employed in mortgage lending and at an engineering company. Holds a canditate's degree in economics from Denmark’s Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University.
Giulia Forgnone Giulia Forgnone, Policy Officer, Euroheat & Power

Giulia Forgnone is a Policy Officer at Euroheat & Power (EHP), the European association for district heating and cooling. In this position she works on key EU energy policy files and initiatives and focuses in making sure the DHC sector is at the centre of the EU energy transition. Prior to joining EHP, she worked as a senior consultant in a global consultancy firm, providing strategic advocacy and communications advice to clients on key energy and environmental policies, particularly related to the EU energy transition, sustainability and the circular economy. Giulia has a range of previous experience in the climate and energy fields, including positions in the European Parliament, the European think tank Friends of Europe and the European Climate Foundation. Giulia holds a Master degree in International Relations from the University of Kent and a Bachelor Degree in Political Science & International Relations from the Valle d’Aosta University. Giulia is an Italian native speaker and also speaks English and French and has a basic knowledge of Spanish.
Mirosław Elicki, Technical Director, Proxy, Miejska Energetyka Cieplna Piła Sp. z o.o., Enea Group
Marek Grzegorzewicz Marek Grzegorzewicz, SME, Management Consulting - Infrastructure and Energy, KPMG

Marek has more than 30 years of experience in the development and implementation of industrial and service projects and business management. His business focus in this industry is related to projects in the areas covered by the obligation to obtain practically all energy concessions. The key areas of his activity include issues related to co-generation systems, distribution, transmission, storage of electricity, heat and gas.
At KPMG, Marek is responsible for consulting energy infrastructure projects together with the Energy Consultancy Team, which he leads. He supports projects implemented throughout Europe, with particular emphasis on Central and Eastern Europe. In the recent period of his professional work he has bee focusing mainly on projects in the field of cogeneration systems, gaining extensive experience in conducting projects within the framework of modern energy strategies, in particular projects that required a combination of technical, financial, regulatory and transactional knowledge.
The team lead by Marek, specializes in the creation and valuation of modern technological concepts for projects covering, among others, issues concerning the generation of electricity in highly-efficient cogeneration, trigeneration, renewable installations and technologies for energy storage, its distribution and sales. Regardless of technological knowledge, the services provided by KPMG teams also includes the analysis and organization of sources for energy investment.
Pawel Grzegorzewicz Paweł Grzegorzewicz, Senior Consultant, Management Consulting - Infrastructure and Energy, KPMG

Paweł specializes in technical and economic analyses of sustainable energy systems and distributed technologies. His expertise is mainly related to strategic investment projects in the area of supply of utilities, and daily client support in the field of business consulting with particular emphasis on customers, mainly manufacturing companies.
In recent years Paweł Grzegorzewicz has also supported clients in evaluating energy markets, using his experience and academic knowledge - he University College London graduate specializing in energy market modelling. He is also an engineer specializing in heat and cogeneration, with experience gained both in design companies and power plants. His skills and international experience allow him to organize and manage energy projects for distributed technologies, which include the latest technological solutions, supported by modelling and technical-economic analysis.
Together with the Team, he also develops strategic projects for industry aimed at sustainable decarbonization of, among others, cogeneration sources. In the field of R&D and innovation projects, in recent years it has been preparing proposals and applications for projects and grants from the European Commission (DG Energy, DG ENV), Horizon 2020 (Innovative Energy Management for Distributed Island Systems) and Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking.
Dorota Toczyska Dorota Toczyska, Project Manager, the National Centre for Research and Development

Project Manager in the Department of Communication and Promotion Support. I have been professionally involved in UE funds for over 9 years. I am currently coordinating all educational projects addressed to future Beneficiaries of NCBR competitions (trainings, workshops, webinars and apps - Innovation Assistant and Budget Assistant).