Łukasiewicz Research Network is a partner of TOGETAIR 2022 Climate Summit

Representatives of the Lukasiewicz Research Network attended four discussion panels at the Summit.

KNOU – HOW – DEVELOPMENT OF POLISH COMPANIES AND INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES

The 12th Congress debate was dedicated to the issue of new technologies in business services. Participants, among others, sought answers to questions such as: How to take advantage of the development opportunities created by the Green Deal, are European companies ready for eco-competitive and technological competition, such as education with China and what does climate neutrality look like?

The Lukasiewicz Research Network was represented by President Piotr Dardzinski. In addition, the discussion was attended by 3M President Radosław Kaskiewicz, NCBR Director Remigiusz Kopoczek, Adam Żelezik, BGK, Agnieszka Jankowska, T-mobile, Paweł Jakubik, Microsoft and Dominica Fox Matuchawic. He moderated Agnieszka Zaręba from RadioZET.pl

Piotr Dardzinski He stressed that environmental protection is in the interests of companies:

With the limited resources at our disposal, we want to be more productive – so we need to protect raw materials. This makes us more profitable.

He also noted the role of legislation:

– It is impossible to make changes without legislation, but keep in mind that changes in legislation apply to industries and companies at different stages of development..

He stressed the importance of providing equal opportunities for companies at different stages of development:

It is best for the green transformation if we can organize this process so that no one is left out. Thus, those who are not ready to face all challenges today have time to adjust. We will meet these needs in Lukasiewicz.

WHAT CURRENT RESEARCH CAN SUPPORT THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A NEW CLIMATE POLICY? LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW WITH PIOTR DARDZINSKI

See also: Piotr Dardziński, Łukasiewicz Research Network – TOGETAIR 2022 Hot Seats

WHAT IS INSTEAD OF RUSSIAN COAL AND GAS

The fourth debate focused on the threats posed by the war in Ukraine to Poland’s energy sector, the diversification of energy sources for Poland and the prospects for using hydrogen as an energy source.

The following people took part in the discussion: Marcin Parchomiuk, Institute of Electrical Engineering, Lukasiewicz Research Network, Ireneusz Zyska, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Climate and Environment, Lukasz Beresiński, BGK, Grzegorz Joźwiak, PKN ORLEN. He moderated the conversation Bogusław Chrabota, editor-in-chief of the daily newspaper Rzeczpospolita.

The first part of the discussion was dedicated to the threats and plans for the use of natural gas and biogas in Poland. Marcin Parchomiuk Asked about the degree of risk of depletion of Russian resources:

– We make decisions in a difficult market situation. But a passive attitude is unacceptable.

The second part of the discussions focused on the production and use of hydrogen fuel. Marcin Parchomiuk announced that a number of related technologies are applied each year. A number of projects have been launched, some of which have been successfully implemented in Polish enterprises. Mapping of economic needs is being developed. He added that in 2021 alone, the Lukasiewicz Research Network has implemented more than seven billion PLN projects.

LISTEN TO MARCIN PARCHOMIUK’S INTERVIEW WITH THE FUTURE OF HYDROGEN TECHNOLOGIES

See also: The future of hydrogen technology – will they replace natural gas? | TOGETAIR 2022 hot seats

GREEN CONSTRUCTION

New solutions and technologies in the construction of houses, factories and infrastructure were dedicated to the 13th congress debate, which was attended by Sebastian Wydra, director of the Institute of Electrical Engineering of the Lukasiewicz Research Network.. Other participants of the discussion: Piotr UścińskiDeputy Minister, Ministry of Development, Henryk KwapiszSAINT-GOBAIN Polska Group, Adam AmbrozikVELUX, Agnieszka StrzeminskaPLGBC, Katarzyna JastrzembskaNational Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Resources, Wojciech RacięckiNCBR, Mariusz Błasiak, National forests. He moderated Joanna Makowiecka – Gatza, President of Karmar

Panel participants discussed, among others, how the design, application and operation of modern buildings and facilities have changed; what are the trends in the retail and industrial sectors and what are good practices and examples of innovative solutions that can be applied relatively easily and quickly in different centers. They also presented issues of modular construction, including eco-design and green technologies.

Sebastian Wydra pPresented the results of three years of operation of a network of 26 research institutes:

– We do not implement any research and development projects that do not serve businesses and entrepreneurs. We create issues for business such as innovation and automation, building control, energy management, which is a very common example of the needs that come to us from the market, from entrepreneurs. Frankly, this market is very receptive in Poland, these needs are many (…) We have a number of institutions that are seriously engaged in construction, but also operate in the areas around construction. And we are really trying to give this support to enterprises.

INTERVIEW WITH SEBASTIAN WYDRĄ AT TOGETAIR2022 CLIMATE TOP DETAILS ABOUT GREEN BUILDING:

See also: Sebastian Wydra, Łukasiewicz Research Network – TOGETAIR 2022 Hot Seats

BETWEEN BIODARDIFFERENCE AND MASS PRODUCTION OF CHEAP FOOD PRODUCTS

Sustainable agriculture in the 21st century has been the topic of discussion at the 25th Summit. Panel participants include: Łukasz Łowiński, Poznan Institute of Technology, Łukasiewicz Research Network, Magdalena Nowicka from the Ministry of Agriculture, Maciej Golubiewski, Head of the Office of the Commissioner for Agriculture, Mr. Janus Wojciechowski, European Commission, Diana Piotrowska, NFOŚiGW, Pavel Kaczmarek, President of TOPFARMS Wielkopolska, Tomas Krupiewski, McDonald’s Poland, Adam Baucza, President of the Terra Nostra Foundation. He moderated Przemysław Białkowski, Zielona Interia.

Łukasz Łowiński Asked about the cooperation between science and business in agriculture, he answered:

We are at the stage of accurate agricultural application (…) Thanks to the digitalization of agriculture, we can very accurately determine the quality of our activities in the field through the use of sensory modules.

According to him, modern technologies allow to build logistics systems, save energy, fuel and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

HYDROGEN AND MODULE CONSTRUCTION – ŁUKASIEWICZ RESEARCH NETWORK PROJECTS

Achieving clean, easily accessible energy is a key element of the asiukasiewicz Research Network’s mission. The vision and overall goal of the Lukasiewicz Program “Hydrogen Management” is the same as the main assumptions of the Polish Hydrogen Strategy until 2030, which envisages the establishment of a Polish branch of the hydrogen economy, including the hydrogen economy. through the development of local patents and technologies and their implementation in the field of production, storage, transportation and use of hydrogen. They also have references to the recently signed Hydrogen Agreement.

The thematic scope of projects, issues and activities planned to be implemented under the program is contained in four thematic blocks: production, storage and conversion, distribution and use of hydrogen:

  • Production: hydrocarbon vapor reforming, coal / biomass gasification, electrolysis, pyrolysis.
  • Storage and conversion: high pressure hydrogen gas tanks, liquid hydrogen tanks, chemical storage.
  • Distribution: transportation of compressed or liquefied hydrogen
  • Application: Stabilization of RES and PPS, fuel for FCEV cars, energy-intensive industry, energy storage, fuel in vehicles, etc.

Construction in Poland needs new solutions to meet the challenges posed by the European Green Agreement and the EU’s Article 55 Program. The sector is currently responsible for one-third of national greenhouse gas emissions and 41% of consumption. energy.

The Modular Construction Research Program is a response to the challenges facing the construction industry of the Łukasiewicz Research Network. Its main advantage is the ability to apply energy-saving and environmentally friendly technologies in a very short period of time and with high quality of work.

The research conducted by the Network Institute together with industry partners is aimed at creating a comprehensive market offer in this area: new materials, production automation and robotics, processing and recycling, energy saving, including building management systems or security systems. -social isolation systems.

Partner material: TOGETAIR 2022

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