Market Overview

Rising energy demand, increasing pollution and rising prices of conventional energy carriers increase the interest in alternative energy sources. By definition, renewable energy is energy obtained from natural, recurring natural processes, which may be an alternative to fossil fuels. For renewable energy sources in Poland include, inter alia, solar energy, kinetic energy of wind, water (waves, rivers and other), energy, biomass and biogas energy. Renewable energy resources complement each other in a natural way, so you are not exhausted. Derived from them the energy is more environmentally friendly and can reduce harmful emissions, especially greenhouse gases.

In Poland the largest potential is still associated with carbon fuels. They are and will be in the coming years the main source of energy in our country. However, given the need to take action to protect the climate, there is a growing need to reduce our dependence on coal, not only, but also natural gas and crude oil. The technical potential of renewable energy sources is estimated to be approximately 46% of the total energy needs of our country. Currently, we use only a small part of it. Striving to increase the share of renewables in global energy production is also an important requirement for the energy policy adopted in the European Union, which also concerns the Polish energy market. According to the adopted by the government in 2009, the document "Polish Energy Policy until 2030" the share of renewable energy in total energy consumption in Poland is expected to rise to at least 15% in 2020 and 20% in 2030. There are also plans to achieve in 2020 10% share of biofuels in total consumption of petrol and diesel for transport. The main goal of Polish foreign policy in the field of energy efficiency improvements in future years will be to maintain zero-energy growth, or economic development of the following without the growth in demand for primary energy. more important role in the country's energy balance will have energy from renewable sources first national aggregate balance of energy from renewable sources expressed in [TJ], 2006-2009 "shows the graph below.

Chart. The balance of energy production from renewable sources, 2006-2009 [TJ]

 1A Polish energy policy until 2030, the Ministry of Economy, the Annex to resolution No. 202/2009 of the Council of Ministers of 10 November 2009, p. 19



 Source: Own calculations based on GUS, energy from renewable sources in 2009, Warsaw, 2010.


In the years 2006 - 2009 was a systematic increase in the amount of energy from renewable sources. The largest item in the years in question was energy from biomass, leaving far behind other sources of energy derived from biofuels, inter alia, whether the water. On this basis, it can be concluded that the increase in renewable fuels is mainly connected with the growing consumption of biomass and landfill waste, in particular for heating purposes. Biomass is an important player in Poland obtained among renewable energy sources. The use of biomass is an opportunity not only for the Polish heat, but also agriculture (to create new jobs). In addition, gives a real chance to live up to international agreements on renewable energy in total energy consumption and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. In 2009, biomass accounted for nearly a constant 86% of all energy from renewable sources


Chart. The structure of energy from renewable sources in year-2009 [%]

 Source: Own calculations based on GUS, energy from renewable sources in 2009, Warsaw, 2010.

Further, in terms of participation were: liquid biofuels (7%), hydro (3%), biogas (2%), energy from wind (2%), other energy sources, namely solar energy obtained from solar energy, geothermal energy and municipal wastes (including 1%). Increasing the share of renewable energy in the bulk of energy production can be achieved with innovative solutions. The best seems to be burning and incineration of biomass in boilers and heat energy. This solution is attractive both because of the relatively low cost of energy production, as well as a small issue compared with other conventional energy sources.


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The share of energy from renewable sources in 2009 accounted for 9% of total primary energy, while the EU average is 17.6%. In Poland is planned in 2020 to obtain the rate of 15%.



Developed by the Company TMOE technology based on the use of solid waste fuels and biomass to produce green fuel - enriched energy biocarbon FLUID brand seems to be innovative in the world. For this reason, it is difficult to identify direct competition. The main competitors of the Company will be actors in the provision of traditional raw materials to produce fuels and energy (coal, gas, oil), as well as providers of other types of energy from renewable sources (hydro, wind).

According to the adopted in Poland in 2009, energy policy over the next few years should be to limit the size of energy from primary sources in the country's energy balance. The economy of coal deposits to be carried out in a more rational. Thus, through diversification of supply of raw materials and fuels will increase the role of alternative energy sources. The Company's activities focused on the manufacture and sale of brand biocarbon FLUID, fuel, which in future will help stop global warming and deforestation, fertilize the soil and allow the organic waste treatment, is far from innovative and compatible with achieving the country's energy policy. Biocarbon is a saving in energy consumption since it has a much higher than traditional sources of energy efficiency. One of the objectives of Polish energy policy is the development of distributed power sources using local energii2. ZOE by the construction company, or companies producing energy at the place of, from energy crops through processing to obtain the effect of "green" energy has realized the idea of ​​energy policy.

Polish Energy 2Polityka 2030, the Ministry of Economy, the Annex to resolution No. 202/2009 of the Council of Ministers of 10 November 2009, p. 14

Preferably, the Company's operations may also affect other assumptions, including efforts to increase the use of wastes so as to minimize the costs of their storage. Sources biocarbon production, or biomass, municipal waste, and technology to the problem of cleaning services have become an opportunity for those who want to use this technology to produce energy. Given all the advantages of brand FLUID biocarbon and policies adopted by the governments desire to reduce the size of the primary sources, the activities of the Company is very prospective.

Competitive advantages of brand FLUID fuel CO2 emissions are low, trace amounts of sulfur and chlorine, and it fits perfectly in the implementation of European Union directives regarding increase in the share of renewables in energy production.