Energy for cooperation - meeting with chambers of commerce around green electrification
About the project
In order to ensure that Poland remains an attractive place for investors, it will be necessary to implement reforms supporting green electrification – increase in the share of electricity in final energy consumption and development of renewable sources. In this process, international cooperation could prove helpful. For that purpose, the Reform Institute, together with the International Group of Chambers of Commerce (IGCC), held a meeting on 21 June 2023 to discuss the current state of work and possible forms of cooperation for green electrification in Poland. We would like to thank the Polish-Spanish Chamber of Commerce (PHIG) for coordinating the process.
During the event, Aleksander Śniegocki from the Reform Institute presented the importance of green electrification and the related key challenges and recommendations, which were prepared together with stakeholders. The perspective of foreign investors was presented by Michał Sobczyk, representing EDP Renewables, PHIG and the Renewable Energy Association. Among other things, the role of chambers of commerce and foreign businesses and the mutual benefits of cooperation in various formats were discussed. A detailed summary of the meeting and the speakers' presentations are available below.