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The Banking, Finance & Capital Markets Commission, the Environmental and Energy Law Commission and the Public Procurement Law Interest Group are happy to announce that they have joined forces to organise a seminar on the (legal) trends and drivers for on- and offshore renewable energy projects.
This seminar will take place in the charming city of Gdansk from 9 May to 11 May 2024 and will bring you insights from practitioners from all relevant fields of law: finance, energy, infrastructure, real estate, construction and public procurement.
The academic programme will be covering all hot topics such as setting up joint ventures, structuring the financing, dealing with regulatory constraints, selecting the right contractual framework and mitigating disputes during the lifecycle of a renewable project.
Gdańsk, which has always been Poland’s “window on the world”, will this time serve as a “window display” showcasing the best and latest in renewable energy projects.
Besides a great academic programme, you will have chance to spend an afternoon on one of the most spectacular Polish beaches, walk over the longest promenade in Poland, enjoy a dinner with Polish specialities in the very centre of the Old Town and explore some of the most charming historical sights of Gdańsk.
Gdańsk is a unique city with over 1000 years of tradition. Its history is so rich that it could be divided between other cities of comparable size. At the same time guests who come here in great numbers every year emphasise the special character of Gdańsk. Located on the Baltic coast, full of magnificent Gothic buildings, historic churches, interesting museums, filled with amber streets and vibrant pubs and clubs areas Gdansk invariably impresses and fascinates.
Contemporary Gdańsk is a modern European metropolis, a strong knowledge-based economy, a dynamically developing center of culture, science, entertainment, and sport, an attractive tourist destination, and the World Capital of Amber.
We look forward to welcoming you in Gdansk!
Saving the planet and ourselves - increasing the share of renewables in the energy mix
Welcome address by the AIJA Bureau representative and the Organising Committee
Market developments in renewable energy projects
No money, more problems: how to finance a renewable energy project?
It takes two to tango: setting up a cooperation for a renewable energy project and its changes before and during project execution
How to deal with environmental, regulatory and technical risks for developers and investors?
It's a hard knock life: how to overcome obstacles during project execution
Walking the line: how to bring the energy to where it is needed?
The transition from traditional O&G to renewables: do companies need to have renewable energy supply and what do they call a renewable energy source?
Fees & General Info
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Prepare your stay
We are pleased to announce that the sessions of the upcoming seminar will be held at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Gdańsk.
Address: Długi Targ 19, Gdansk, 80-828, Poland.
We have negotiated special rates with the Radisson Blu Hotel for the participants of the seminar. Participants can book directly using the code AIJA at Reservations.Gdansk@RadissonBLU.com
Booking deadline: 02 April 2024 (after this date, availability may not be guaranteed for all nights and at the preferential rate).
Room rate per night: Standard single room including breakfast and taxes: 530 PLN
AIJA has partnered with HotelMap, an online accommodation platform that offers a variety of budget-friendly options. By clicking on the button below, you will be able to choose from a wide range of alternative hotels near the event venue. With just a few clicks, you can easily book your accommodation directly on the platform.
The currency used in Poland is the Polish Zloty (PLN). While you can find ATMs to withdraw money, most establishments also accept card payments, including taxis. This means you can conveniently use your credit or debit card for transactions throughout your stay in Poland.
How to get from the airport to the seminar venue
Here is how you can get from Gdansk Airport to the Radisson Blu Hotel in Gdansk using public transportation:
- Bus Line 210: Take the line 210 bus from Gdansk Airport (Port Lotniczy 01) to Hucisko 03. The journey takes approximately 35 minutes
- Train and Tram: Alternatively, you can take the train from Gdansk Airport (Gdansk Port Lotniczy) to Gdansk Wrzeszcz. From there, take the line 9 tram from Klonowa 02 to Żabi Kruk 01. This journey takes approximately 56 minutes.
Please note that these are the recommended options and travel times may vary depending on the time of day and traffic conditions. It’s always a good idea to check the latest schedules and routes.
If you prefer a more direct route, taxis and town cars are also available from the airport to the hotel. The drive takes approximately 16 minutes.
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