1 International conference SES 2016 Preparation of the new energy market of EU Secure energy supply Bratislava, Reduta, 27. october 2016 Organizers: Conference auspices: prime minister of SR with support EC vice president for Energy union First announcement
2 Organizers would like to invite you for the 14.th International Conference for professionals from industry, power sector, education, governmental organizations European and international organizations. GOAL OF CONFERENCE Discussion concerning creations of condition for long term stability of energy supplies for SR economy and its development, development of entrepreneurial sector and employment MAIN CONFERENCE TOPICS Resources energy policy, gas, nucleus, OZE Regulated entities in the safe energy supply, resources for investment The largest purchasers in the system of safe delivery Technical support of the new design of the energy market Preparation of the new energy market PAPER SUBMISSION Presentations and posters for the conference will be selected on the basis of the annotation and will be submitted to the professional program commitee of the conference to We encourage authors to submit abstracts of their contributions by IMPORTANT DEADLINES September 30th 2016 extended abstracts of presentations (max. 2 pages of A4 format) October 10th 2016 Notification of selectes authors October 15th 2016 submission of final papers Program commitee: Dr. h. c. Ing. Tibor Mikuš PhD.; Ing. Tomáš Malatinský MBA; Ing. Milan Cagala; Ing. Peter Líška; prof. Ing. Viktor Smieško PhD.; prof. Ing. Jozef Lipka DrSc. ; Ing. Ján Petrovič; Ing. Peter Žiga PhD. REGISTRATION Registration form is available online at Send please the filled form to: CONFERENCE FEE: Conference fee is 300 eur CONFERENCE LANGUAGE Slovak/English simultaneous translation CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS Conference proceeding on CD ROM will be sent to the conference participants within 2 weeks after the conference CONFERENCE PROGRAM October ,00 09,00 Registration and refreshments 09,00 09,15 Welcome 09,15 10,15 Panel I Resources EP, gas, nucleus, OZE 10,15 10,30 Break 10,30 11,30 Panel II Regulated entities in the system of safe energy supply 11,30 11,45 Break 11,45 12,45 Panel III The largest purchasers in the system of safe delivery 12,45 13,15 Panel IV Technical support of the new design of the energy market 13,15 14,15 Lunch 14,15 15,00 Preparation of the new energy market, discussion, conclusions
3 4 5 Opening of conference Tomáš Malatinský president of AZZZ SR He was born in 1959 in Bratislava. He graduated from the Technical University in Bratislava Faculty of Civil Engineering, Department of Geodesy and Cartography. He worked as a responsible designer surveyor in Stavoproject Bratislava in Later, in the period from 1986 to 1998 in Elektrovod Bratislava he passed functions as Site Manager, Head of Economics Division leadership, Head of foreign trade and higher supplier. From 1998 to 1999 he was the head of the branch in Elcon O.Ž. Prague. He worked as a director of the division in in VÚJE, Inc. In March 2000 he became Chairman and CEO of Elektrovod Holding, Inc. Bratislava. In May 2000 he became the second vice president of ZZES (Union of Employers of Power), in 2003 he became president of ZZES. Since 2004, he has been the president of the Association of Employers Associations of the Slovak Republic. In the years he was Minister of Economy. Panel I: Resources Moderator: Bohumil Kratochvíl He was born in 1958 in the Czech Republic. He graduated from the Department of Telecommunications of the Czech Technical University in Prague. His professional career began in 1979 as a service technician for communications devices in the enterprise Assembly boards Ceske Budejovice. From 1991 to 1992 he attended a management course for managers at the Czech Management Centre and in 1993 study in British Gas in the UK. Until 1994 he worked as head of operational and technical department in the company Transgas Prague, where in 1998 he headed the preparation of the contracts. Later he drew on his experience as Director of Sales and Marketing at SPP Bohemia, Inc., where he served until September Since October 2003, he had been responsible for managing the section of sales and marketing of NAFTA, Inc., Gbely, where he was appointed CEO in January In the years he was General Director of SPP distribution, Inc. Currently, he is a Member of the Board and Executive Director of Nafta, Inc., SPP Storage. Miroslav Obert head of division of nuclear powerplant V1 He graduated from the Slovak Technical University, Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Bratislava with the specification of nuclear energy. In the energy sector it has been operating for over 30 years. His professional career began in the state enterprise Bohunice Nuclear Power Plant (later Slovak power plants, Inc.) as a technician operator. Then he passed successively the positions on the V1 nuclear power plant as the operator of the secondary circuit, the primary circuit, the head unit, shift engineer, chief engineer, chief operating nuclear power plant. Later he worked for Nuclear and Decommissioning Company, Inc. as a director of the division operation, also he became a member. Later he became the Vice Chairman of the company. This company controls the process of the decommissioning process and set the early decommissioning of the V1 with financial support from the European Union and in cooperation with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. He was a member of the Supervisory Board of Slovak Nuclear Power Company, Inc. Between September 2014 and March 2016 he was appointed by the decision of the Government to the function of the State Secretary of the Ministry of Economy, responsible for energy and structural funds. During his work at the ministry he was a member of various bodies resulting from the function as well as a Member of the Board of the Eximbank bank and a member of the Supervisory Board of the National Nuclear Fund. He currently works as the Head of V1 NPP decommissioning and a member of the Supervisory Board of Nuclear and Decommissioning Company, Inc. Štefan Šabík CEO of SPP In 1984 he graduated from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Bratislava. In 1984 he joined Slovak power plant Mochovce Nuclear Power Plant. Until 1987 he worked as an engineer of capital construction. Between he was the Head of Department of Director s office in area of international cooperation, defense, security, quality, audit.
4 6 7 Between he worked in human resources at various managerial positions. Between he worked as executive director of human resources in the Slovak power company, Inc. Between he was the Chief of management division in Nuclear and Decommissioning Company, Inc. Between he served as CEO and Chairman of the Slovak Nuclear Power Company, Inc. He participates in the creation, development and management as well as the preparation of the project of a new nuclear power plant in Bohunice. Since 20 June 2014 he has been the chairman of the CAP. Peter Líška vice president of the board of directors of VUJE, a.s. He was born in 1952 in Nové Sady, district Nitra. He graduated from the Department of Thermal and Nuclear Power Engineering FME STU Bratislava. In 1976 he worked in SES Tlmače, later in 1977 he worked in the department VÚJE. theoretical and experimental evaluation of NPP operation, to perform tests during physical and power start V 1 thermal hydraulics, also devoted himself to the thermal economy of NPP, achieving the nominal thermal output of the reactor, etc. Since 1990 he has been Head of thermal hydraulic analysis. Since 1995, the director of the Nuclear Safety Division and is currently Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors VUJE, Inc. Trnava. He is responsible for the activities of VUJE, Inc. in the field of nuclear safety and nuclear energy development projects in Slovakia and abroad. Panel II: Regulated entities in the system of safe energy supply Moderator: Vladimír Tošovský He was born in 1961 in Prague. He graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering Czech Technical University in Prague, specializing in transmission and distribution of electricity. In 1986 he joined the Central Bohemian Energy, Inc., where he led the department of the Department of Control Engineering and subsequently was replaced by other leadership positions. In 2001 he moved to ČEZ, a.s. where he became director of CEZ Trade OJ took the position of Director, Trading Section CEPS, Inc. (Czech electricity transmission system), then where since 2006 he served as Managing Director and Chairman of the Board. He was also Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Association of Energy Sector Employers. Vladimír Tošovský was in , Minister of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic. Radoslav Haluška president of the board of Východoslovenská distribučná, a.s. He graduated from the Technical University in Košice, Department of Electronic Engineering. He began his career working in the company Konex Elektro as a sales representative and head of the department. In 1997 he worked for ABB Electric, Ltd., Bratislava. First, as a software engineer, then as a project manager, department head, sales director and since 2003 as director of the division of power equipment. In early 2005 he merged his professional career with Východoslovenská energetika SpA, which took him to the position of Director of Network Services and held it until the end of In 2008 he became part of Board of Directors of the company, which he held until From joined Východoslovenská distribution, Inc. as Chairman of the Board. In VSD he is directly responsible for the technical area, in particular asset management, management, operation, construction and maintenance of the distribution system. František Čupr president of the board of SPP distribúcia, a.s. He graduated from the Faculty of Business and Economics Mendel University in Brno. After graduation he worked in Jihomoravská energetika, Inc., in Brno, where he worked seven years in various management positions, including also as Deputy Director and Director of Sales Division strategy. In 2005 he joined the investment group J & T, where he focused on energy projects. In the same year he founded a company in electricity and natural gas, EP Energy Trading, Inc. (Formerly United Energy Trading, Inc.), where he served as Chairman and CEO until 2012.
5 8 9 We also deal with projects of renewable sources in the Czech Republic and Slovak Republic. Between he was a member of the Supervisory Board of the company Prazska energetika, Inc. Between he served as member of the Supervisory Board of Pražská teplárenská, Inc. In 2013 he became chairman of the Board of The Central Energy Distribution, Inc. January 24, 2013 from the Chairman of the Board of SPP Distribution, Inc. Panel III : The largest purchasers in the system of safe delivery Moderator: František Janíček František Janíček was born in 1954 in Čadca. He graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering Technical University in the field of Power Electrical Engineering, the focus of nuclear energy. FEI STU working in various positions since. 1979, currently as director of the Institute of Electrical Power Engineering and Applied Electrical Engineering. He served as Dean of the STU, in the years he was Vice Rector for Technology in Bratislava. Later in 2011 he was a Director of the STU elektronenergetiky. Since 2012, a member of the Supervisory Board of SEPS, a.s. Jozef Dvonč mayor of Nitra He graduated from the Faculty of Economics at the Slovak University of Agriculture. He served as head of the Regional Office in Nitra, but also as manager and director Agrokonzulta Nitra. He has also served as head of department at the Agrokomplex in Nitra. In 2006 he won the local elections, which upheld several times. Since 2006 he is the mayor of Nitra. In the years he was chairman of the Association of Towns and Villages. from 2015 operates Jozef Dvonč as First Vice ATVS. Arvid Moss executive director of Norsk Hydro Arvid Moss graduated from the School of Economics and Business Administration in Norway. He has been working for Hydro for since 1991, where he held a number of senior positions. Since 2008 he was a member of the management of Norsk Hydro. Since 2010, Arvid Moss for Energy commerce. He is also responsible for climate, solar portfolio, and corporate development and strategy. In the years he was Secretary of State and Head of the Office of the Norwegian Prime Minister. Petr Bláha CEO of Duslo Šaľa, a.s. Petr Blaha was born in 1962 in the Czech Republic. Study successfully completed at the Technical University in the field of industry control. He completed a number of courses for managerial positions. He began his career in the. p. Cement plants and lime works outside, where he was the head officer of the department of material and technical supply. In the years he was Head of Commercial Department in K. P. Cement Borders, Inc. He then became Sales Director in the company Cemos, Inc. Ostrava. Petr Blaha was replaced top management positions in the following companies: Gumárny Zubri SpA, Paramo, Inc. Pardubice, Pardubice Plynostav Holding SpA, Hyza, Inc., Kostelenské sausage, Inc., Fatra SpA Waterholes. From 2013 as the General Manager in the company Duslo Sala, Inc. Klaus Diete Borchardt director of the internal energy market He was born in 1955 in Greifswald, Germany. He studied law at the University of Hamburg. Since 1987, Mr. Borchardt operating in the European Commission in Brussels. Initially he worked as a member of the Directorate General for Employment, social affairs and education. Subsequently, he worked for the legal department of the European Commission in the field of agriculture. Between he was a member of the Cabinet German judge at the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg. In the years he was Head of the Legal Department of the Directorate General for Agriculture Unit. Subsequently, he worked first as Deputy Head of Cabinet of Commissioner Mariann Fischer Boel, and in he became head of that office. Since 2013, the European Commission acts as the director of the internal energy market.
6 10 11 Panel IV. Technical support of the new design of the energy market Moderator: Tibor Mikuš president of SJF Tibor Mikus after graduating from the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, specializing in Solid State Physics, started his professional career in the nuclear power plant Bohunice. He graduated from two year postgraduate study (1980) on the operation of nuclear power plants in the Slovak Technical University. In 2010 from the University of St. Cyril and Methodius in Trnava scientific degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD.), and in 2011 he was honorary awarded in Sládkovičovo College as doctorate Doctorhonoriscausa (Dr.h.c) Tibor Mikuš s professional career was from the beginning closely linked to the development of the energy industry in Slovakia. He worked as a director of nuclear power plant Bohunice ( ), CEO and Chairman of the Slovak power plants,. a., ( ). Between he was a Member of Parliament. In January 2006, he became chairman of the Trnava Region, defended his post in elections in Since 2000, the President of the Slovak Nuclear Forum. He is the recipient of numerous honors and awards. In September 1998, he was awarded by the prestigious Golden Business Biatec HN Club for a personal stake in the completion and the overall safety of the Mochovce NPP. Slovak Republic to the European Communities in Brussels (Belgium) and in 1999 he was Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Slovak Republic in Tel Aviv (Israel). After returning to Slovakia in 2002, he worked at the MFA Šefčovič function of general director of bilateral cooperation and was Director General of the Section for European Affairs. Since 2004 he has been being Permanent Representative of Slovakia to the European Union in Brussels. Since October 22, 2014 he has been taking the important post of Deputy Commissioner for Energy Union. Pierre Jean Coulon head of division TEN, member of EESC He was born in 1952 in Bassée, France. He is secretary of the French Confederation of Christian Workers (CFTC), Minister for European and International Affairs, former President of the International NGO Droit à l Energie SOS Futur and vice chairman of the association of international experts Ordre des Experts Internationaux. The European Economic and Social Committee is the President of the TEN Section (Transport, Energy, Infrastructure and Information Society) for the years Maroš Šefčovič vice-president of the EC for energy union He began University studies in 1984 at the University of Economics in Bratislava. Subsequently, he studied at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations and Law Faculty of Charles University. Since 1993, he is part of the Slovak Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In 1995 he worked in the Department of EU and NATO as a first officer and later deputy director of the department, he was deputy director and director of the Office of the Minister of the Foreign Affairs Ministry. In 1998, Maroš Šefčovič worked as Deputy Chief of Mission and Counsellor at the Mission of the