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On 9 June 2020, the “PPCC RES Webinar: Energy Market and Power Prices in Poland 2020” will be held, organised by the Polish-Portuguese Chambers of Commerce together with EDP Renewables, CJR Renewables, Deloitte, Solivan Pontes the CEE lawyers, PSEW and our law firm.
In the last months, power prices in Poland are the reason for tremendous concerns among companies and organizations for which energy is a significant fixed cost in their daily operations. Is it possible to optimize it somehow? Can we plan efficiently the energy purchases in the long term so that its price does not become an obstacle for further development of our businesses? We will try to answer these and other questions during the "PPCC-RES: Energy Market and Power Prices in Poland" meeting. During the event, representatives of companies that are Members of the Polish-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce (PPCC) will share their thoughts on this subject and show whether they see any possibility of cooperation between them and other entities for which energy is an important element of the operational costs.
Date and time: 9 June 2020, 09h30 Warsaw time / 08h30 Lisbon time
Registration (necessary): https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_szuX4uSFRXGdn1vBZi02eA
The Webinar will be held in English and can host up to 100 participants.
For more details, please see the attached invitation.
We hope that you will be able to join us for this online meeting.
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