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Atende Industries is a co-creator of the Citizen’s Energy Portal

Atende Industries has become a partner and co-founder with the Citizen’s Energy Portal, which is being established together with the Polish National Chamber of Commerce for Electronics and Telecommunications (KIGEiT).

The portal, available at:, aims to provide information on modern energy issues, in particular issues related to citizen’s energy.

“We want the portal to be a point of contact for people who need comprehensive implementations in the field of metering, effective energy and media management in energy clusters, industry and energy cooperatives / communities.” says Paweł Pisarczyk, president of Atende Industries.

The portal is focused on promoting energy clusters and smart meters. Energy clusters are solutions aimed at the development of distributed energy aimed at improving local energy security. Formally, we define an energy cluster as a civil law agreement, which may include natural persons, legal entities, research units, local government units, concerning balancing production and demand, distribution and trade in energy. Measurement is the basis for rational use of energy. Smart energy meters are devices that provide the real-time information you need regarding consumption, production and quality of electricity.

The Polish Chamber of Commerce for Electronics and Telecommunications (KIGEiT) was established in 1992. It is a not-for-profit organization associating a group of 180 business entities involved in the production, trade, services or research work in the field or for the benefit of electronics and telecommunications, as well as in the field of radio and television services.

The Chamber is a member of Digital Europe and the Polish Chamber of Commerce and an observer member of ORGALIME as a member of the Federation of the Economic Chambers of the Electromechanical Industries.

The main goals of KIGEiT:

  • representing and defending the economic interests of associated companies, in particular before the legislative, executive and regulatory authorities, and participation in initiatives and activities related to the creation of the economic development strategy of the state,
  • shaping and disseminating the principles of ethics in business, including counteracting unfair competition, commercial misconduct and unfair advertising,
  • supporting vocational training and improving the qualifications of people working in our sector as well as conducting educational campaigns related to digital skills.