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Uke p. lidia kozlowska
Uke p. lidia kozlowska
Uke p. lidia kozlowska
Uke p. lidia kozlowska
Uke p. lidia kozlowska
Uke p. lidia kozlowska
Uke p. lidia kozlowska
Uke p. lidia kozlowska
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  • 1. BPCC Smart energy, smart grids and smart metering Warsaw, 12 November 2013 1
  • 2. • • • President of the Office of Electronic Communications – National Regulatory Authority (NRA) appointed by Parliament with the Senate’s consent, at the request of the Prime Minister for a 5-year period The Office of Electronic Communication (UKE) - is an administration body set up to support the execution of the President’s competences UKE was created in October 2000 – responsible for regulation of the telecommunications and postal markets – supervised by the Minister competent for post and telecommunications (currently the Undersecretary of State in the Ministry of Administration and Digitization) 2
  • 3. • • • • • • Telecommunications and postal market regulation Supervision of telecommunications services’ markets Spectrum management, orbital and numbering resources Monitoring of compliance with electromagnetic compatibility requirements Intervention in matters related to the functioning of the markets, the equipment market and the settlement of disputes between telecommunications companies Co-operation with domestic and international telecommunications and postal organizations among others: – National Competition Authority, – National Broadcasting Council, – the European Commission and Community institutions, – other NRAs and – international organization like International Telecommunications Union; 3
  • 4. • 632 employees • Financed in 100% from the State budget • Head office in Warsaw (with several departments and bureaus) and 16 regional offices in each region of Poland 4
  • 5. • • • • • • Europe’s Telecommunication Sector struggling to fulfill European Digital Agenda Targets of: – 50% of population - access to internet with a speed of 100 Mbit/s or more – 100% of population – access to internet with a speed of 30 Mbit/s or more Estimated cost for Poland (NPS*) around 16 bln PLN Up to 80% of total investment cost are civil engineering works. Market value dropped Limited investment stimulated by intervention from public funds Investment process lengthy and with many administrative barriers Public Consultation on an EU Initiative to Reduce the Cost of Rolling Out High Speed Communication Infrastructure in Europe. From information sharing to mandating access to infrastructures of other utilities (e.g. ducts) 5
  • 6. Smart Grid: the Grid + a network of computers to collect, transmit and store data to manage supply and demand Electrical Infrastructure Digital Infrastructure Source: Rochester Institute of Technology 6
  • 7. • • The market already recognized natural synergies between the sectors Both models being explored by the sectors – Energy companies operating as telecommunication providers – Telecommunication companies acting as energy distributors • • Co-investment or common investment processes Access to existing infrastructure and services • Regulations issues – exploring synergies and opportunities to put in place broadband infrastructures for the rollout of smart grids, – opening up the energy digital infrastructure for telecom services, – energy service provision combined with other consumer services such as telephone, TV or Internet 7
  • 8. • • Agreement signed between UKE – URE on 14th October 2013 Objectives: – Identify and act together in order to remove barriers in the respective telecommunication and energy markets aiming at fulfilling the European Digital Agenda and European Energy Directives (*) • Areas of cooperation: – Respective regulatory policies and elements of technical regulations between the sectors – Legislation – External collaboration 8
  • 9. • Opportunity to build common infrastructure • Current legislation – does it help? • Issue of protecting customer data • Is there a business model which enable energy and telco entities to cross sell products and services – are there regulatory barriers or incentives • Market education as to the benefits of smart grid, smart metering 9

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