XX ECONOMIC FORUM
Waldemar Pawlak, Deputy Prime Ministe , Ministry of Econom , Poland Sebastian Grabowski, Directo , Orange Lab, Poland
an Bury, Secretary of State, Ministry ofTreasury Innovation and new technologies are important organisms for the development not only of cities, but entire re- gions or entire administrative areas. They open the door to the global market. J T he Polish power sector has to be innovative to be able to compete on the European market. It means that budgets of power companies have to have re- sources for research and development, which should be protable, in the rst line, for end recipients as innovations in the power sector have to lead to increasing levels of prosperity. Mariusz Swora, President of the Energy Regulatory Oce: stated that an innovative concept of intelligent networks will transform their ‘DNA’ by connecting them with modern solutions in the area of electronic communica- tions, leading to a higher eectiveness, competitiveness and security of supplies. The Parliament is already working on a law which is to ensure stability for investors and guarantee the realisation of goals related to sustainable development, security of supplies and promoting competition.
anna Trojanowska, Undersecretary of State in the Ministry of Economy pre- sented a concept for operations of the National Center for Nuclear Research and the issue of participation of Polish enterprises in the project of building the rst nuclear power plant in Poland. She emphasised that Polish companies and Polish science should be involved in this project and that the public authorities are already doing all they can to ensure the broadest possible participation of the abovementioned entities. In 2030 as much as 25% of electricity used in Poland will come from a nuclear power plant. H