Partners in Poland
SAPE-Polska “National Association “Respect for Energy and the Environment” was established on the initiative of a group of people operating in Poland and internationally for the sake of respect for energy and the environment. The aim of the Association is to support activities for energy conservation, environmental protection and sustainable development, including cooperation with national and foreign government in the field of creating legal, organizational and financial framework to support above mentioned activities.
The RoundBaltic activities in the Lower Silesian Region (Dolnośląskie) is managed by the Lower Silesian Energy and Environment Agency (DAES).
RAPEIS (Regional Energy and Environment Agency – Kujawsko-Pomorskie) has been operating since 1995 as a voluntary, self-governing association of producers, distributors and recipients of energy as well as equipment manufacturers. Currently, the Agency has 17 supporting members (legal persons) and 37 ordinary members (natural persons). The agency’s activity is based on the voluntary work of all its members. It is essential to establish contacts and exchange information, and to look for opportunities for beneficial forms of cooperation.
The main objective of the Agency is to support activities for energy conservation, environmental protection and sustainable development, to organize the exchange of experiences and cooperation between the members of the Agency, to cooperate with governmental and local government institutions in the field of creating the legal, organizational and financial framework in the Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodeship.
RAPIES is a member of the National Association “Respect for Energy and the Environmen” (SAPE-Poland).
Narodowa Agencja Poszanowania Energii S.A. (National Energy Conservation Agency) was established in 1994 in Warsaw, Poland, to promote energy-saving investments and rational use of energy, in accordance with the principles of sustainable development. The main area of their activity is the building sector.
NAPE specialize in energy consulting, developing audits and energy performance certificates for buildings. NAPE is one of the few companies in Poland issuing energy performance certificates for buildings equipped with advanced technical systems, as well as for public buildings. They conduct trainings and publish manuals for energy auditors, spreadsheets for preparing audits and educational materials. Further, NAPE implementS international projects related to the energy efficiency of buildings, financing their modernization, the use of renewable energy sources and polygeneration, promotion of energy efficiency, integrated energy design and modern heating, cooling and ventilation technologies.
The main goal of the FPE Foundation is to a promotion of energy efficiency issues, education and preparation of specialists in the field of energy advisory and energy efficiency. Our goals are realized by training activities, press and books publications and consulting.
Energy Conservation Foundation was established in 1992. It is a non-profit organization and a Business Environment Institution which focuses its efforts on issues related to energy efficiency. Energy Conservation Foundation, as the first one in Poland, published the standard for Energy Auditing and commenced training for the energy audit activities. The Foundation participated in work and studies on the implementation of EU Directive on buildings’ energy performance in Poland.
FEWE is an independent, non-governmental, not-for-profit organisation that has been active in Poland since 1990. It’s mission is to promote sustainable energy management wherever energy is generated, distributed, and used. FEWE efficiently works with the state administration, municipalities, banks, and business organisations, as well as housing cooperatives, housing management companies and housing associations.
FEWE has a nationwide network of qualified engineers with experience in conducting building and technology audits related to energy efficiency in residential sector or industry. Thye possess extensive experience managing and implementing sustainable energy projects at the international, national and local levels, which focus on: energy efficiency, energy policy and planning or energy auditing, and M&V training.
FEWE has provided technical consultancy services on numerous WB, IFC, EU, EBI, EBRD-funded programmes.
Baltic Energy Conservation Agency was founded in January 1996 in order to implement principles of sustainable development, to promote renewable energy sources and to improve energy efficiency. The Agency cooperates with local and regional authorities, energy agencies, biofuel manufacturers, companies dealing with RES, thermal energy producers, energy consumers, etc. The company is a member of the nationwide Association “Energy and Environment Conservation” (SAPE-Poland).
Baltic Energy Conservation Agency’s activities are aimed at the implementation of European Directives on energy conservation and dissemination of environment friendly technologies in the energy sector
AUIPE – Agency for Power Usage and Conservation – has been operating since 1997. It is located in the Lodzkie Region. The company has specialized in expert and advisory activities in the field of energy efficiency and organization of educational and training activities in the field of renewable energy sources and energy efficiency.
AUIPE have been operating since 1997. We are a company specializing in expert and advisory activities in the field of energy efficiency and organization of educational and training activities in the field of renewable energy sources and energy efficiency.
AUPIEE supports local governments in the implementation of tasks related to the planning and organization of fuel and energy supplies, energy management and the implementation of low-emission economy plans.
Thye advise clients in the process of project implementation: defining the scope and shape of the project, selecting sources of financing and applying for funding.
AUPIE is a member of the National Association “Respect for Energy and the Environment” (SAPE-Poland).