On Thursday, June 22, the two-day grand finale of the 3rd Maritime Forum of Radio Gdańsk began. It is an opportunity to listen to expert debates devoted to maritime issues.
DAY 1 – THREE DEBATES
The topic of the debate inaugurating the grand finale was “Offshore wind farms are an important element of the energy security of the Polish economy. How to effectively combine ecology with industrial development, also taking into account other sources of clean energy?”. The speakers were: Dariusz Drelich – Pomeranian Voivode, Łukasz Młynarkiewicz – acting President of the Management Board of Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe, Lechosław Rojewski – Vice-President of the Management Board for Financial Affairs of Polska Grupa Energetyczna, and Robert Nowicki – Member of the Management Board of PKN Orlen Neptun. The recording of the debate can be found >>>HERE.
To the second debate, entitled “Green energy. How to store it efficiently” was attended by: Karol Rabenda – Deputy Minister in the Ministry of State Assets, Piotr Meler – President of the Management Board of Energa Wytwarzanie, Mateusz Kowalewski – editor-in-chief of the portal Gospodarska.pl and Przemysław Piesiewicz – energy market expert. .
At the end of the first day of the finals, a debate entitled “Safety of the Maritime Industry. Map of threats and development opportunities. Frigate Miecznik – a new dimension of Poland’s security in the face of the ongoing war. This time Michał Pacześniak was interviewed by: Dorota Arciszewska-Mielewczyk – president of the board of Polskie Linie Oceaniczne, Jarosław Cylkowski – security expert and lecturer at the Kashubian-Pomeranian University in Wejherowo and Cezary Cierzan – director of the Miecznik program of the Polish Armaments Group.
The recording of the debate can be found >>>HERE.
The second day of the final of the 3rd Maritime Forum of Radio Gdańsk started with a panel entitled “Polish ports – Red Road, rail and intermodal transport”. The guests of Iwona Wysocka were: Adam Kłos, plenipotentiary of the management board for operations at the Port of Gdansk, Jacek Sadaj, president of the management board of the Port of Gdynia, Przemysław Sztandera, president of the management board of the Pomeranian Special Economic Zone, and Krzysztof Urbaś, president of the Management Board of the Szczecin and Świnoujście Seaports Authority S.A. The recording of the debate can be found >>>HERE.
Can the Central Communication Port become the main transport hub in Central and Eastern Europe? How will it affect the Polish economy? Will Pomerania benefit from its creation?”. The discussion on this topic was led by Maciej Wośko, whose guests were: Marcin Horała, Deputy Minister of Funds and Regional Policy, Government Plenipotentiary for the STH, Ireneusz Merchel, President of the Management Board of PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe, prof. Dariusz Tłoczyński from the Transport Market Department of the Faculty of Economics of the University of Gdańsk, as well as Krzysztof Dośla, chairman of the Board of the Gdańsk Region of NSZZ “Solidarity”.
The last debate of the finals of the 3rd Maritime Forum of Radio Gdańsk was titled “Good environmental condition of the Baltic sea waters for future generations. Causes and effects of eutrophication. Pollution of the Baltic Sea with remnants of World War II. The following speakers spoke on this subject: Anna Fotyga, Member of the European Parliament representing Law and Justice, Szymon Gajda, President of the Provincial Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management, Dr. Eng. Benedykt Hac, head of the Department of Operational Oceanography at the Maritime Institute in Gdańsk and Jan Młotkowski, deputy director of the Maritime Office in Gdynia for marking.