Programme

DAY I OSG - 5th October 2020

08:30 – 10:00 Registration
10:00-10:10 Official opening (Auditorium Hall)
10:10 – 12:00 PLENARY SESSION: Country - Economy - Security: Polish future economy keystones
12:00 – 12:30 „2020 POLISH ECONOMY AMBER AWARDS” GALA
12:30 – 12:50 Coffee break
12:50 – 17:40 SESSION I
Auditorium Hall
12:50-14:20 Panel 1: Energy
14:30 – 16:00 Panel 2: Development, investments, innovations
16:10 – 17:40 Panel 3: Economy 4.0
12:50 – 16:00 SESSION II
B.1 Hall
12:50-14:20 Panel 1: National Security
14:30 – 16:00 Panel 2: Infrastructure and transport
17:40 END OF FIRST DAY OF OSG 2020

Day II OSG - 6th October 2020

10:00 – 14:40 - SESSION III (Auditorium Hall)
10:00 – 11:30 Panel 1: Offshore & RES as a major development directions
11:40 – 13:10 Panel 2: Functioning of hospitals during and after the pandemic. 2021 perspective
13:20 – 14:40 Panel 3: Self-government
14:40 END OF OSG 2020

DETAILED PROGRAMME:

DAY I OSG – 5th OCTOBER 2020
08:30 – 10:00 Registration
10:00 – 10:10 Official Opening
10:00 - 12:00 PLENARY SESSION: Country - Economy - Security: Polish future economy keystones
  • Poland against the background of the EU and the world
  • Sustainable development of the country – directions and conditions
  • The state as a creator, the state as a guarantor of development – what is the scenario?
  • New EU budget perspective
  • State security strategy from the perspective of the most important sectors of the economy
  • Modern economy and social development
  • Polish economy and the slowdown in Europe and in the world – forecasts, scenarios after the epidemic
  • Development through innovation – does Poland make the best use its own potential?
12:00 - 12:30 „2020 POLISH ECONOMY AMBER AWARDS” GALA
12:30 – 12:50 Coffee break
SESSION I (Auditorium Hall)
12:50 - 14:20 Panel 1: Energy
  • State Energy Policy
  • Necessary changes in energy group strategies and their main circumstances
  • Is the current model of fuel economy in Poland expiring?
  • Between energy security, customer expectations and the interests of energy group shareholders
  • Technological innovations supporting sustainable development and their impact on market models in individual energy sub-sectors
  • Synergies of development with the mining sector, transport and energy-intensive industries
  • Polish energy industry’s dependence on support systems
  • Nuclear power for Poland: available technologies, key players
14:30 - 16:00 Panel 2: Development, investments, innovations
  • Hydrogen as the fuel of the future
  • RES in system heating – how to effectively move away from coal
  • “Clean air” program – stage of progress, first effects, necessary adjustments, stimulating proecological behavior
  • New technologies: complement or core of development
  • „Green Deal” and its impact on national economy
  • Waste management – the perspective of business and local governments
  • Investments – basic development trends, project financing, investment barriers
  • How the world uses the space sector – Polish Space Strategy
16:10 - 17:40 Panel 3: Economy 4.0
  • Economy priorities during the pandemic
  • The role of the state in creating, supporting and regulating new business models
  • Innovation as an evolution or revolution? Breakthrough solutions or development through optimization
  • Funds for research and development – from idea to product
  • Investments in security
  • Dynamics of the regulatory environment and the security of investment projects
  • Not only technologies – national economies in the era of global competition
  • Funds for innovation in the EU perspective 2014-2020
  • Investment market – needs, opportunities, threats
  • Polish export potential – the impact of the epidemic on the product range and volume
SESSION II (B.1 Hall)
12:50 - 14:20 Panel 1: National Security
  • Shaping the state security policy in the current international situation
  • National Arms Policy – fundamental to the modernization and development of the defense industry
  • The role of the RCB and BBN in shaping the country’s economic security
  • Poland’s activity in NATO – NATO’s activity in Poland
  • The potential of the Polish defense industry – Polish arms production against the background of global markets
  • Poland against the background of a global map of digitization of economies and societies
  • The digital economy in the age of GDPR
  • Digital Poland – how most efficient to use the potential of world wide web
  • How the world uses the space sector – Polish Space Strategy
  • Cyber ​​threats and cyber security
  • Situation in Belarus in the light of Polish security
14:30 - 16:00 Panel 2: Infrastructure and transport
  • Central Communication Port – a solution for the economy and logistics of the country or a visionary project?
  • Key rail and road projects from an economic point of view
  • Prospective routes and new directions of flows of goods – north-south, Europe, China?
  • Eastern Poland as a part of infrastructure system of 21th century
  • Cargo market – situation after the pandemic
  • Amendment to the Public Procurement Law and market realities
DAY II OSG – 6th OCTOBER 2020
SESSION III (Auditorium Hall)
10:00 - 11:30 Panel 1: Offshore & RES as a major development directions
  • Climate and raw material policy – impact on economic and energy policy
  • Offshore and RES as elements of the state’s climate policy – the scale and pace of changes
  • Market potential of wind energy and photovoltaics
  • Co-financing for investments in renewable energy sources – private persons vs legal entities
  • Place of RES – prosumers as an important element of the RES market
  • NFOŚiGW programs for the sector and individuals
  • Energy storage – challenge for all participants of the RES market
11:40 - 13:10 Panel 2: Functioning of hospitals during and after the pandemic. 2021 perspective
  • Functioning of hospitals Turing the pandemic
  • How to settle the pandemic: financing activities in 2020
  • Prospects for the renewal of the hospital network in 2021: changes or a revolution?
  • Assessment of new legal regulations introduced in 2020, their short and long-term consequences.
  • Ownership structure: time for change?
13:20 - 14:40 Panel 3: Self-government
  • The new EU financial perspective and implemented investments
  • How to maintain the investment pace in subsequent years in the context of smaller funds from EU. Where to look for alternatives.
  • Smog – a more difficult problem than expected. Solutions proposed and implemented at the central level and at the level of local governments.
  • Cooperation between business and local government – possible or necessary?
  • Local Government Road Fund. Are investments in roads an impulse for the development of communes and municipalities?
  • The effectiveness of local governments in building the business environment
  • Waste reform – effects vs peoples reaction
  • UE Climate Policy and local authorities priorities: water management, waste management, e-mobility, low emission
14:40 ZAKOŃCZENIE OSG 2020

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