Strategic Energy Technology Plan Conference 2011
under the Polish Presidency of the EU Council
28 – 29 November 2011,
Hotel Sheraton, Bolesława Prusa 2, Warsaw
The fifth conference on the European Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET-Plan) is organized by the National Contact Point for the Research Programmes and the European Commission in close collaboration with the Ministry of Science and Higher Education and the Ministry of Economy of Poland.
At this high-profile event representatives of industry, research, financing and policy will discuss the financing and swift development of the key low-carbon energy technologies indentified in the SET-Plan. A key outcome of the conference will be a strong political resolution on a proper reflection of the SET-Plan technologies in the next financial framework (2014-2020).
Other main topics will be infrastructural consequences of the transition to low-carbon technologies, and the SET-Plan's new initiative on Smart Cities and Communities. The conference will foster the commitment of stakeholders to developing integrated solutions to urban energy and transport problems.
Also the progress and achievements of the European Industrial Initiatives (EIIs) and the European Energy Research Alliance's (EERA) Joint Programmes will be presented.
The event will be accompanied by the exhibition on SET-Plan technologies and demonstration projects.
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We invite you to the seminar “Energy Alternatives for Poland” which will be held on the 1st day of the conference in the meeting room London (Sheraton Hotel, 1st floor).
Pictures from the Conference
are available in the
Presentations from the conference are avaiable in the Programme section.
Alternatives for Poland"
- Event Cocktail
"OPEN HOUSE" - workshop
SNETP 3rd General Assembly
29 - 30.11.2011
Smart Materials For
Hydrogen and Renewable
Photo: W. i Z. Panów, www.um.warszawa.pl
Depending on the mood, you can go to one of many museums or go for a stroll.
Worthwhile is the view from the Palace of Culture and Science...
Those tired of the city's bustle can take in Warsaw’s environs, see castle ruins, or take a ride on a historic railroad.