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Development of the future workforce of the energy sector

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Development of the future workforce of the energy sector

In accordance with its CSR strategy, Polenergia is educating the future staff of the energy sector.

For the third time we were a Partner of the Energy Academy operated by the L. Paga Foundation, and for the second time we acted as a Strategic Partner of the event. In 2021, the event was attended by 29 participants and Polenergia employees ran a total of 6 classes, including a mentoring session. 8 Group employees participated in the lectures. Polenergia also handled the “case studies” that the participants prepared during the 10th Edition.

We are at the threshold of changes that will change the functioning of the entire energy system. The next decade, which we will discuss with the participants of the Energy Academy, will be decisive for the future composition of the energy market in Poland and Europe as a whole. Polenergia takes an active part in the development of the renewable energy sector by developing offshore and onshore wind and photovoltaic energy projects. The Group companies supply clean, green energy and create an ecosystem of innovative, technological solutions aimed at prosumers, electric car users, businesses from the SME sector, as well as large enterprises that already recognize the challenges of the future and the need to change the way, in which energy is used. We will speak on these topics to the participants of the Energy Academy. There will also be a discussion on the development of green hydrogen production technologies, the role of women in the energy sector and the importance of sustainability, which is the foundation and the future of the European Green Deal.
We highly value the cooperation with the Energy Academy and we are happy that, as a Strategic Partner, we will meet once again and share our experiences with its participants. Partnerships for skills development and education are part of our ESG strategy. We believe that educating the sector’s future workforce is a prerequisite for the successful energy transition

Iwona Sierżęga

Management Board Member at Polenergia SA

In 2021 the Company supported the Independent Students’ Association of the Warsaw School of Economics and this cooperation will be continued in 2022.

In 2021, Polenergia signed several master cooperation agreements with universities. One of them was the University of Gdańsk and the UG Centre for Sustainable Development. Polenergia signed a master cooperation agreement with the University and co-funded tuition for two women, residents of the Ustka and Słupsk townships, for the postgraduate studies in “Education for sustainable development. Offshore wind energy” organized by the University’s Centre for Sustainable Development. Two of the Group’s employees are lecturers in this course.

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