Polish-British Business, Trade and Investment (BTI) Forum – Building Clean Growth Together
27 June 2019
The British Embassy Warsaw and Polish Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology are hosting the 2nd UK – Polish Business, Trade and Investment (BTI) Forum on 27-28 June at the Sofitel Hotel (Królewska 11, Warsaw).
The Polish-British Business, Trade and Investment (BTI) Forum is a platform initiated by the Prime Ministers of both countries following UK-Poland intergovernmental consultations in December 2017. Its purpose is to connect with a broad range of potential partners, clients and investors, and to hear from experts and analysts about the latest trends and challenges in Polish-British trade relations.
This year’s BTI Forum is focusing on the topic of clean growth, under the lead theme “Building Clean Growth Together”. The UK government remains committed to domestic and international efforts to tackle climate change, and cooperation between the UK and Poland on matters related to clean growth is close. Participants of the BTI Forum will have the chance to participate in special workshops and expert discussions on matters relevant to clean growth, such as offshore energy, e-mobility, and green finance. Marcin Ociepa, Poland’s State Secretary in the Ministry Of Entrepreneurship And Technology and Rt. Hon Graham Stuart, UK’s Minister For Investment, are attend and speaking at the event, together with many stakeholders from business, public administration, research, and NGOs.
RCG’s Dan Pearson, the firm’s Managing Director, EMEA, is moderating a session at the Polish-British BTI Forum entitled: Corporate PPAs for renewable power.
Topics include analysis of the renewable energy market, a focus on business models which support development, financing structures and the regulatory environment.