Association Webinars: Poland's Energy Transition: Lessons (to be) Learnt


With 150-160 TWh of total generation, Poland still relies on coal for about 70-75% of its electricity. To ramp up transition to lower-emitting sources, the country's draft energy policy sets ambitious goals to erect almost 6 GW of offshore wind, 5-7 GW of PV and over 1.5 GW of nuclear capacity by early 2030s. In light of the above, the webinar will aim to:

  • review Poland's electricity landscape developments to date,
  • investigate challenges the country may face en route to achieve policy goals and
  • explore case studies from other countries.

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Krystian Krupa is a PhD candidate with the Polish Academy of Sciences and a member of the Polish affiliate of the IAEE. His experience straddles consulting, utilities, electrical manufacturing, think tanks and academia. Currently, Krystian works as a manager in EY Australia's Electricity Market Modelling team, investigating various techno-economic aspects of the transition towards renewable energy. He has authored and co-authored multiple analyses, reports and academic articles on contemporary issues in electricity such as essential system services, network congestion or energy storage.

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Event Date: January 27, 2021

Event Time: 9:30 - 10:30 AM Eastern Time

Topic: Poland's Energy Transition: Lessons (to be) Learnt

Moderator: Krystian Krupa

Price: FREE for IAEE Members

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