TERMS AND CONDITIONS
FOR GRANTING HONORARY PATRONAGE
OF THE I. LUKASIEWICZ INSTITUTE FOR ENERGY POLICY
Principles of granting honorary patronage of the I. Lukasiewicz Institute for Energy Policy
The Terms and Conditions define the principles and procedure of granting honorary patronage of the I. Lukasiewicz Institute for Energy Policy, hereinafter referred to as “the Institute”.
The Institute’s patronage is an honorary distinction emphasising the special event character of high scientific or expert value. Honorary patronage may be granted to: conferences, Olympiads, competitions, scientific festivals, economic events, fairs and publishing houses. Undertakings may be local, regional, national or international in scope.
The Institute’s patronage may be granted to events related to the mission and statutory activity of the Institute, primarily aimed at the development of awareness and knowledge of the broadly understood energy sector, including: energy security, energy and climate policy, common energy market, new technologies, renewable energy sources, energy storage, promotion of the history of the Polish energy sector.
In the case of cyclical projects, the honorary patronage should be applied for each time. It should be remembered that the application for honorary patronage cannot concern events having commercial, lobbying or advertising features.
Honorary patronage does not mean a declaration of financial, material or organizational support for the applicant.
Information about granting and withdrawal of patronage by the Institute is published on the Institute’s website (https://www.instytutpe.pl/). The decision on the patronage is notified to the organiser electronically to the e-mail address indicated in the organiser’s application. If the application is accepted, the Institute will transfer the appropriate logotype of the Institute to the
Procedure for granting honorary patronage of the I. Lukasiewicz Institute for Energy Policy
Applying for the honorary patronage of the I. Lukasiewicz Energy Policy Institute, please fill out the appropriate application form (downloadable from the website: https://www.instytutpe.pl/patronat-honorowy/) asking for honorary patronage. The application can be delivered by post to: the I. Lukasiewicz Energy Policy Institute, ul. Morawskiego 19, 35-321 Rzeszów or by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The organiser applies for patronage no later than 3 weeks before the planned start of the event. The application submitted after this date may not be considered.
The decision to patronize an event is a decision of the Institute based on the analysis of the application, and the refusal is final and does not require justification. Conditions related to the implementation of the honorary patronage of the I. Lukasiewicz Energy Policy Institute
In case of receiving honorary patronage of the Institute, the organiser of the project is obliged to inform the participants and co-organizers about it.
The organiser is obliged to include in the informational and promotional materials (invitations, posters, leaflets, etc.) information about the honorary patronage over the undertaking and the logotype of the Institute received by e-mail from the Institute in accordance with § 6. In addition, the organiser undertakes to include information about the honorary patronage on its website (if any) with a link to the Institute’s website (https://www.instytutpe.pl/).
Withdrawal of the honorary patronage of the I. Lukasiewicz Institute for Energy Policy
In special cases, in particular where there are circumstances of which the organiser has not informed the Institute, the decision to grant patronage may be withdrawn. The organiser is informed about this fact immediately electronically to the e-mail address indicated in the organiser’s application.
Withdrawal of the patronage means the organiser’s obligation to immediately remove any information about the granted patronage in all promotional materials and information about the event and on websites related to the project. Withdrawal of the patronage is connected with removing all information about the event from the Institute’s website