D. Sc., Eng. Jacek Kamiński, Associate Professor
Room no.: 209
Phone: (+48)12 617-16-64
Cell.: (+48) 606-757-839
The Division of Energy Economics specializes in developing decision support tools for the energy sector and modelling the complex technical and economic relations present in the energy industry (production, processing and energy consumption). The methods used in our division involve mathematical modelling and optimization (implemented in high-level programming languages) as well as statistics and data analysis. The projects carried out by our team members are mostly oriented towards applied research. Furthermore, we provide modern and innovative solutions for enterprises and public institutions whose activity requires the use of optimization methods and other tools to solve specific decision problems.
Thanks to our constant competence development, our division offers a wide range of “tailor-made” solutions including:
The division conducts systems analyses that are primarily focused on the Polish energy sector. Our studies pay special attention to the impact that environmental policy tools have on the acquisition and management of primary energy carriers. Additionally, the division specializes in developing solutions for fuel and energy market entities, with a special focus on supporting the decision-making process through effective mathematical tools. The studies, analyses and reports developed in our department involve well-known methodologies that are used worldwide.
In recent years, the division has successfully carried out over 30 scientific and consultancy projects for companies operating in the energy sector. The distinguishing feature of the projects carried out by the division is the interdisciplinary nature and comprehensiveness of the approaches used. The most important research and development projects implemented in recent years include:
It is worth emphasizing that we have cooperated with leading energy companies in Poland (PGE Capital Group, ENEA CG, and TAURON Polska Energia Capital Group), European Commission bodies, foreign scientific and research institutes in Spain, France and Great Britain, national industry support agencies (ARP in Katowice and GIPH), consulting companies (Management Consultants Amplio and KPMG) and with the Academic Computer Centre − Cyfronet AGH.