EPS 1 12 2023ENERGY POLICY STUDIES 

No. 1(12) 2023
e-ISSN: 2545-0859

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Contens:

  1. Michał Paszkowski

Strategies of Central European countries in the energy dimension during the Russian-Ukrainian war  – https://doi.org/10.62316/ZZDT2905 s. 3- 12

2. Bartosz Sobik

Energy Transition Index and World Energy Trilemma Index as an energy transition’s pace measure for policy-making using the example of Poland  – https://doi.org/10.62316/HROS2997 s. 13-20

3. Paweł Machał, Leszek Remiorz, Dariusz Bukowiec

Selected aspects of generating short-term electricity demand forecasts, taking into account renewable energy sources – https://doi.org/10.62316/RGWN2583 s. 21- 34

4. Katarzyna Paździorko

Legal aspects of energy price regulation for household cu-stomers and other specific entities – https://doi.org/10.62316/EMYC6893 s. 35- 47

5. Maciej Mrozowski

Update of Poland’s Energy Plan 2040 in Light of European Union Strategic Documents: Directions, Challenges, and Perspectives  – https://doi.org/10.62316/SPKU5459 s. 48- 56


 

eps3112022

ENERGY POLICY STUDIES 

No. 3 (11) 2022
e-ISSN: 2545-0859

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Contents:

1. Rotimi Adeforiti, Temitope Esther Fasoye

– Understanding government policies on renewable energy  deployment and climate change mitigation in Nigeria since the russia-ukraine crisis

2. Mostapha Maddahinasab

– Joint Management Committee in Renewable Energy Projects

3. Arkadiusz Cygan

– British transformation towards a low-carbon economy in the light of intergovernmental relations reform.. 

4.Marta Malec 

– Energy recovery from waste as an essential part of a sustainable economy

5. Piotr Plata

– Algae as an alternative to the methods of production and use of conventional biomass  (review article) 

 

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EPS 2-10-2022 p1ENERGY POLICY STUDIES 

No. 2 (10) 2022
e-ISSN: 2545-0859

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Contents:

1.Przemysław Niewiński

– Critical infrastructure at sea and the energy security of the Republic of Poland.  https://doi.org/10.62316/MLGT8405 , s.3-14.

2.Bartosz Sobik

– Energy security – the case of Polish National Power System facing energy transition’s challenges. https://doi.org/10.62316/UMZD2421, 15-26.

3.Ewa Mataczyńska, Marek Sikora

– The DSO network development with the increase of distributed energy resources number and their capacity. https://doi.org/10.62316/UNKW5902, s. 27-40

4.Ewelina Sadowska

– The Impact of the Russian-Ukrainian War on the European Union’s Energy Security. https://doi.org/10.62316/SJDE2421, s.41-52

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ENERGY POLICY STUDIES HSE-eps-1-9-2022

No. 1 (9) 2022
e-ISSN: 2545-0859

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Contents:

1.Łukasz Zborowski

– Black gold – the history of the energy sector, https://doi.org/10.62316/QLUN5319, s.11-18.

2.Anna Kozicka-Kołaczkowska

– That’s oil!…The Apothecary and the Blood of the Earth, https://doi.org/10.62316/CLEH3177, s.19-27.

3.Piotr Franaszek

– The contribution of Galician engineers and entrepreneurs to the development of oil drilling methods, https://doi.org/10.62316/OVSR3640, s.29-36.

4.Grzegorz Ostasz

– The Oil Industry in the Second Republic. Light and Shadow, https://doi.org/10.62316/GAIY2876, s.37-46.

5.Paweł Grata

– Support or hindrance to action? Spirit fuel blends in the Polish oil industry in the interwar period, https://doi.org/10.62316/YCPJ6629, s.47-54.

6.Bartosz Pasterski

– The refining industry in south-eastern Poland in 1944-1989, https://doi.org/10.62316/RYWB4919, s.55-63.

7.Volodymyr Dolinovskyi

– The Oil Industry in Galicia until 1918 in Light of the Records of the Galician Governorate in Lviv, https://doi.org/10.62316/VJNO5315, s.65-73.

8.Grzegorz Zamoyski

– The Lviv-based journal “Nafta” in 1893-1914, https://doi.org/10.62316/HSEP6742, s.75-84.

9.Mariusz Ruszel

– What can the modern generation learn from Ignacy Łukasiewicz?, https://doi.org/10.62316/HYHX7614, S.85-91.

10.Tymoteusz Pruchnik

– Be like Ignacy, live like Ignacy, https://doi.org/10.62316/PXQF9769, s.93-101.

11.Barbara Olejarz, Michał Górecki

– Bóbrka – history of the site. A 19th-century mine in the Ignacy Łukasiewicz Oil and Gas Industry Museum, https://doi.org/10.62316/EMMC7643, s.103-110.

 

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ENERGY POLICY STUDIES okladka 2 8 2021

No. 2 (8) 2021
e-ISSN: 2545-0859

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Contents:

1.Marek Sikora

– Outline of using  the Energy Cluster potential for  the Distribution System Operator.

2.Tomasz Chyła, Weronika Maciejewska

– Vulnerability of power system to cyberattacks.

3.Tomasz Chrulski

– New Trading Hub Europe (THE): A review…

4.Özgenur Aktan

– Book Review: The Nordic Dimension  of Energy Security
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EPS 1(7)2021

ENERGY POLICY STUDIES

No. 1 (7) 2021
e-ISSN: 2545-0859

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Contents:

1.Grażyna Mórawska

– The Baltic Ring and BEMIP initiatives and their role in the energy security of Baltic states

2. Karol Tałan

– The distributed energy sector in Poland – current status, challenges, barriers, and the Danish experience

3. Jakub Jacyszyn

– The biogas sector in Poland as compared to other European countries

4. Karolina Czerwińska, Andrzej Pacana

– Analysis of the possibility of using KPIs in measuring the achievements of business entities from the energy sector – case study

 

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EPS ENERGY POLICY STUDIES OKLADKA 1(5) 2020 2.cdr01 Strona 1

No. 2 (6) 2020
e-ISSN: 2545-0859

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Contents:
  1. Thomas Ojonugwa Daniel, Enobong Patrick Obot, George-Best Azuoko, Isaac Onuche Negedu, Orji Amah

– Design of a Subscription Based Community Solar Energy System for the Business Community of the “Back Gate”, Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo, Ebonyi State, Nigeria

  1. Tomasz Chyła

 Pomeranian Voivodship – Present State, Opportunities Coming From Diversification the Directions of Energy Supplies and Perspectives for the Clean Energy Development

  1. Andrzej Pacana, Karolina Czerwińska

– Analysis of energy efficiency in Poland in 2008-2018 in the context of sustainable development

  1. Jakub Jacyszyn

– Belarusian energy diversification – conclusions for Poland

  1. Łukasz Kordowina

– Implications of LNG import on the European Union’s energy security

  1. Marika Marciniak

– The vertical restriction on abuse of a dominant position of the Gazprom under Gas Directive

 

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EPS ENERGY POLICY STUDIES OKLADKA 1(5) 2020 1.cdr01 Strona 1

ENERGY

POLICY STUDIES

No. 1 (5) 2020
e-ISSN: 2545-0859

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Contents:

1. Andrzej Pacana, DSc, PhD, Eng., Associate Prof. (ORCID), Dominika Siwiec, M.Sc. (ORCID)
 Using Decision-Making Tools to Analyse the Renewables in the Industrial Energetics Sector

2. Jakub Plebański, Master of Laws (ORCID)
– Legal Analysis of Support Schemes for Offshore Wind Farms in Poland, on the Basis of the Draft Act on Promoting Electricity Generation in Offshore Wind Farms

3. Onyekwulu Millicent Chekwube, M.Sc. (ORCID), Ejaro Sunday Peter, M.Sc, PhD (ORCID), Oguche Christopher Joseph, M.Sc. (ORCID), Diyoke Micheal Chika, M.A. (ORCID), Gwani Samuel, M.Sc. (ORCID), Jibo Magayaki Jamilu, M.Sc. (ORCID)
– Public Awareness and Perception of Socio-Economic Characteristic and Biogas in Gwagwalada Town Abuja, Nigeria

4. Grażyna Mórawska, M.A. (ORCID)
– The Renewable Energy in Baltic States versus Russian Federation Political Interests

5. Valerio Tati (ORCID)
– The Cold Gas War: the Strategies of Russia and the USA in Europe

 

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EPS ENERGY POLICY STUDIES OKLADKA 2(4)2019 1.cdr01 Strona 1

ENERGY POLICY STUDIES

No. 2 (4) 2019
e-ISSN: 2545-0859

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Contents:

1. Karolina Czerwińska, M.Sc. (ORCID), Andrzej Pacana, DSc, PhD, Eng., Associate Prof. (ORCID)
– Quality analysis in the supply chain of transported LNG

 

2. Paulina Zwolenik (ORCID)
Natural gas supply chain in the form of LNG – Polish and European markets

3. Paulina Potyrańska (ORCID)
Opportunities and threats for the introduction of nuclear power in Poland

4. Mostapha Maddahinasab, PhD (ORCID), Ahmad Momenirad, PhD (ORCID), Reza Tajarlou, PhD (ORCID), Mohammadhasan Razavi, PhD (ORCID)
Managing confidential information on petroleum projects in the case of third parties 

5. Anna Kucharska, PhD (ORCID)
Energy policy of Liechtenstein

 

mnisw“Energy Policy Studies – English language e-edition as a tool for disseminating science” and “Energy Policy Studies – transfer of the best foreign pracities and echange of experience” – the tasks financed as part of contract 687/P-DUN/2018 with the resources of the Minister of Science and Higher Education for science promotion activity.


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EPS ENERGY POLICY STUDIES OKLADKA 1.cdr01 Strona 1 (1)

ENERGY POLICY STUDIES

No. 1 (3) 2019
e-ISSN: 2545-0859

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Contents:

1. Alicja Wiącek, MA (ORCID)
– Statoil – opportunities and the risk of entering new foreign markets in the context of the economic, political, cultural aspects and dimensions of Hofstede’s national cultures

 

2. Mukesh Kumar, PhD (ORCID), Nargis, M.Phil (ORCID), Azeema Begam, PhD (ORCID)
– Electricity consumption and economic growth a var model for the new economy of Pakistan

3. Jakub Prugar, MA (ORCID)

– Offshore wind farms in Europe and worldwide – the possibilities of selected countries and the state of development of installations in Poland

4. Paulina Potyrańska (ORCID), Justyna Puzio (ORCID)
 The influence of photovoltaics on the implementation of the climate and energy package on the example of the Rzeszów functional area

5. Przemysław Ogarek, BA (ORCID)
– Analysis of the Hungarian gas sector – present situation and future prospects

6. Gansukh Zolboo, MA (ORCID), Bor Adiya, PhD (ORCID), Enkhbayar Bilguun, MA (ORCID)
– The energy consumption forecasting in Mongolia based on Box-Jenkins method (Arima model)

 

mnisw“Energy Policy Studies – English language e-edition as a tool for disseminating science” and “Energy Policy Studies – transfer of the best foreign pracities and echange of experience” – the tasks financed as part of contract 687/P-DUN/2018 with the resources of the Minister of Science and Higher Education for science promotion activity.


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epsokladka

ENERGY POLICY STUDIES

No. 1 (2) 2018
e-ISSN: 2545-0859

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Contents:

1. Paulina Sawicka-Chudy, MSc, Eng. (ORCID), Marek Wielgosz, Eng., (ORCID), Andrzej Wal DSc, Associate Professor (ORCID), Bogumił Cieniek, MSc (ORCID), Grzegorz Wisz, DSc (ORCID), Łukasz Głowa (ORCID), Marian Cholewa, DSc, Associate Professor (ORCID), Justyna Sawicka (ORCID)
 Analysis of chemical and phase composition of copper oxide prepared by direct current sputtering for photovoltaic applications

2. Adam Masłoń, PhD, Eng., (ORCID), Marta Wójcik, PhD, Eng. (ORCID), Krzysztof Chmielowski, DSc, Eng., Associate Professor (ORCID)
 Efficient use of energy in wastewater treatment plants

3. Natalia Marciniak (ORCID), Weronika Hyjek (ORCID)
Energy-efficient architecture, i.e. a combination of functionality and environmental aspects

4. Angelika Głuszek (ORCID), Paulina Sawicka-Chudy, MSc, Eng. (ORCID), Grzegorz Wisz, DSc (ORCID), Maciej Sibinski, DSc, Eng. (ORCID), Marian Cholewa, DSc, Associate Professor (ORCID)
 Evaluation of the quality of titanium oxide and copper oxide layers by means of optical microscopy

5. András Molnár, MSc (ORCID)
 Leaking away the future: The role of methane emission and natural gas supply chains in global warming

6. Wojciech Pospolita, MSc, Eng. (ORCID), Maciej Cholewinski, MSc, Eng. (ORCID)
– Selected issues of coal-fired power generation in terms of maintaining its high share in the future structure of electricity generation in Poland

mnisw“Energy Policy Studies – English language e-edition as a tool for disseminating science” and “Energy Policy Studies – transfer of the best foreign pracities and echange of experience” – the tasks financed as part of contract 687/P-DUN/2018 with the resources of the Minister of Science and Higher Education for science promotion activity.


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eps-okladka

ENERGY POLICY STUDIES
No. 1 (1) 2017
e-ISSN: 2545-0859

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Contents:

1. Ewa Mataczyńska, PhD (ORCID)
Blockchain technology impact on the energy market model
2. Dominik Brodacki, MA (ORCID)
The efficiency of financial incentives in the development of the electromobility sector in the Netherlands
3. Sebastian Podmiotko, MA (ORCID)
Regulation of public charging stations in proposed polish law on electromobility and alternative fuels
4. Jakub Prugar (ORCID), Paweł Węgrzyn (ORCID)
The role of oil and natural gas in the context of low-emission transport by 2030
5. Urs Unkauf, MA
Book review: the natural gas exports of Turkmenistan. Energy and geopolitical interests in the caspian region