Summary of Warsaw Industry Week 2023

Modern robots and the most interesting technological solutions. Warsaw Industry Week behind us

Warsaw Industry Week is the flagship event organized at Ptak Warsaw Expo. Its seventh edition attracted thousands of business visitors eager for contracting, networking, education and demonstrations of cutting-edge technologies. The success of the 2023 iteration has translated into planning for the next one, which will take place on October 22-24, 2024.

Warsaw Industry Week is the place where business needs meet cutting-edge technologies. It is the largest and most comprehensive industrial trade fair in Poland, presenting solutions for specific sectors of the industry. The Metalworking Zone showcased machines, equipment and technologies for mechanical metalworking, the Lasers 4.0 Zone showcased state-of-the-art lasers and software used in engraving, and the Robotics and Automation Zone showcased methods for automating and robotizing industrial processes and SCARA robots. In addition, visitors could learn about innovations in painting, hydraulics, pneumatics, welding, 3D printing, tools, woodworking, software and services for industry.

Why is Warsaw Industry Week such an important event for Polish industry?

Warsaw Industry Week is an important venue for Polish industry, as it helps integrate and strengthen the sector. According to analyses by the Central Statistical Office, the country’s industrial production is steadily declining. In July 2023, the research indicated its year-on-year slowdown of nearly three percent. This showed how important it is for the industry to get a boost and stimulate the sector’s prosperity. The event held at Ptak Warsaw Expo was their guarantor.

Warsaw Industry Week opened the Polish sector to international contracting, guaranteeing it the opportunity to establish partnerships with leading manufacturers, distributors and service providers from abroad. This made entering new markets easier, as well as guaranteeing a more secure business future.

What’s more, Warsaw Industry Week responded to the issues most relevant to Polish industry. This was possible thanks to the industry conferences that took place during the international fair. Instruments of Industry 4.0 dealt with better efficiency, sustainability, innovation in manufacturing operations through Industry 4.0 solutions. The theme of the PIME Conference during Warsaw Industry Week was smart energy – technologies, services, regulations. The Multiproject Technical Conference guaranteed knowledge on linear motors, SCARA robots, modular robots and the potential of Neura Robotics.

Also providing knowledge from specialists to specialists was the “Exhibitor Presentations and Trends” panel, where developers of innovative solutions presented their ideas to potential users. Among other things, they talked about innovation planning and financing, industrial digital transformation, modern scanners in the service of quality control or keys to security automation.

Warsaw Industry Week has been changing the face of Polish industry for years

Warsaw Industry Week has over the years earned its name as a leader in industry and innovation. Demonstrations of robotic solutions held during the event convince of the need to invest in cutting-edge technologies, and the presence of experts and sector leaders positively influences the growth of international competitiveness through cooperation.

Smart Energy - Technologies, Services, Regulations

Smart energy - technologies, services, regulations

Hall B
Room #1

Manufacturers are now facing a transition to Industry 4.0 facilities, forcing them to introduce more sustainable, efficient and innovative production lines. The manufacturing industry needs to reduce carbon emissions and is transitioning from fossil fuels to low-carbon alternatives. As energy is an integral part of everything we do, the implementation of industrial processes with increased energy efficiency will lay the foundations for an industrial energy transformation.

Conference Agenda

24-26 October 2023


3D energy: Digitalisation | Decentralisation | Decarbonisation

Session #1 - Regulations and Rules

12:00 - 12:30

Presentation: Energy market regulation for business - what we have and what lies ahead

12:30 - 13:00

PANEL DISCUSSION - Can industry be self-sufficient in energy?

– What has changed in terms of regulation for industrial energy consumers
– Requirements for industry to decarbonise production
– Regulations for captive energy production


  1. Sara Radzicka-Tolwaj, Bird&Bird
  2. Piotr Ciołkowski, CMS Cameron McKenna
  3. Michał Motylewski, DENTONS
  4. Piotr Kolasa, Polowiec i Wspólnicy

Session #2 - Energy Services

13:00 - 13:30

Remigiusz Szlendak


Presentation: Benefits of Providing Flexibility Services

13:30 - 14:00

PANEL DISCUSSION - The role of energy aggregators in Poland

-Benefits of collaboration between an aggregator and an industrial energy consumer.
-Will industrial energy consumers in Poland use aggregator services more frequently?
-What does the collaboration between industrial energy consumers and aggregators look like based on examples from other European markets?
-Industrial energy consumers as active players in the energy market (DSR, DSM, others).
-How to successfully implement an energy efficiency program in a company.


  1. Remigiusz Szlendak, Enspirion
  2. Jacek Misiejuk, ENEL X
  3. Grzegorz Nowaczewski, VPP
  4. Adam Jachowicz, ASE
  5. Dariusz Stańczak, Orange Polska
  6. Piotr Wypyszyński, Lerta Energy

Session #2 - Energy Technologies

14:00 - 14:30

Presentation: Modern technologies for managing energy consumer data for acquisition, transmission, analysis, processing, storage, sharing

14:30 - 15:00

PANEL DISCUSSION - How to use energy technology and IT systems to reduce company energy costs and achieve zero CO2 emissions

– Scalable energy storage
– Carbon-free energy sources
– IT technologies
– Monitoring of electricity, water and gas consumption using Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) sensors


  1. Remigiusz Szlendak, Enspirion
  2. Jacek Misiejuk, ENEL X
  3. Grzegorz Nowaczewski, VPP
  4. Adam Jachowicz, ASE
  5. Dariusz Stańczak, Orange Polska
  6. Piotr Wypyszyński, Lerta Energy


11:00 - 11:20

Presentation: Report "Energy flexibility in Poland"- Andrzej

11:20 - 11:40

Presentation: Additional revenues through industrial flexibility - case
case study of a European leader in energy demand reduction
electricity, Dirk-Jan Middelkoop, International Partnership Director, SymPower

11:40 - 12:00

Presentation: Benefits of DSR services for energy consumers - power market and complementary flexibility services.- Jacek Misiejuk, ENEL X

12:00 - 13:00

PANEL DISCUSSION - How to effectively use the flexibility of energy consumers for the needs of the National System Electricity System

  • Whether and in what amount energy consumers will get paid for energy flexibility
  • When will flexibility services come into effect
  • What energy technologies to invest in in order to use them effectively In the flexibility market
  • What will the catalog of flexibility services look like
  • Can energy operators also provide flexibility services to energy consumers energy


  1. Dirk-Jan Middelkoop, SymPower
  2. Grzegorz Waldoch, Enspirion
  3. Jacek Stankiewicz, ELSTA
  4. Piotr Wypyszyński, Photon Energy Trading
  5. Adam Kędziora, CMS

Moderator: Grzegorz Onichimowski, PIME (NODES)


13:00 - 13:30

Krzysztof Kochanowski

Vice President of the Management Board of PIME

Presentation: PIME Report - Electricity storage market in Poland (second edition)

13:30 - 14:00

Presentation: PIME Report - Cold storage market in Poland (first edition)

First technical and economic part

Grzegorz Onyszczuk, Chairman of the PIME Expert Team for Cold Storage/Business Development Manager from Mar-Bud.

14:00 - 15:00

PANEL DISCUSSION - How to effectively use energy electricity, heat and cold in energy processes in an enterprise


  1. Grzegorz Wisniewski, IEO
  2. Piotr Drabecki, MADRA
  3. Mateusz Cieśluk, ASE

Moderator: Grzegorz Onyszczuk, PIME (Mar-Bud)

Contact to the Conference organiser:

Substantive support:
Krzysztof Kochanowski, Vice President of the PIME Management Board

Logistical and marketing support:
Katarzyna Bassa, office manager PIME
Tel. 530303073

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