South Poland Cleantech Cluster

organizes in cooperation with

Małopolska Center for Energy-efficient Buildings (MCBE) of the Cracow University of Technology 
Center for Sustainable Development and Energy Conservation AGH in Miękinia

conference

"Passive buildings and NZEB in single- and multi-family housing"

During the 1st day of the conference on 26.04.2018, at 10.00 - 14.00, "Kotłownia", Cracow University of Technology, ul. Warszawska 24, Kraków, you will learn what a passive house is, how to design it, what equipment to use and building materials.

On the 2nd day during the workshop on 27.04.2018, at 11.00 - 19.30, NordicHouse, ul. św. Anny 5, Kraków, you will learn about the methods of implementing facilities in the passive standard, components dedicated to passive construction, the most common executive errors or appropriate executive practices consistent with the current state of knowledge in various fields.

Registration for the 1st day of the conference (buy a free ticket): domy-pasywne.evenea.pl

SPCleantech cooperates in the “Energy Efficiency” platform with the largest players on the Polish market in the field of heating, EDF Polska and PGE Energia Ciepła. On November 12-16, 2017, SPCleantech organized a study visit for the Management Board and managers of EDF Polska directly involved in the development of external services in the group – “Good practices of energy management in Scandinavian cities”.

During the visit to Copenhagen, the president of EDF Polska signed a contract for the sale of the company, resulting in the creation of the largest heating company in Poland, PGE Energia Ciepła. All former employees of EDF Polska, also participants of the study visit in Copenhagen, were employed in the newly established company.

In Scandinavian cities, where energy generation has been promoted and used for years, high-efficiency cogeneration and renewable sources, knowledge and good practices in energy management have come from many sources. At the same time it is done in cooperation with the local government and authorities as well as entrepreneurs and ecological organizations, based on the business model, respecting the preferences and needs of the local community.

The purpose of the study visit was to learn good practices:

  • energy management from multiple sources including: generation, delivery and accounting, long-term and medium-term planning, IT support systems, business models
  • cooperation with local government and authorities 
  • formulas of cooperation with entrepreneurs and pro-ecological organizations 

The EDF Group is the world’s largest power company with a strong position in Europe. The Group has 38 million customers worldwide. In 2014, the entire EDF Group generated revenues of € 73.9 billion, and as much as € 650 million was spent on research and development.

EDF in Poland has almost 10% share in the energy market and 15% in the network heat market.