Zespół Elektrociepłowni Wrocławskich KOGENERACJA S.A., a PGE
Energia Ciepła belonging to the PGE Capital Group, is a producer of electricity
electricity and heat produced in high-efficiency cogeneration, in the Wrocław agglomeration
Wrocław metropolitan area. KOGENERACJA consists of three cogeneration plants: EC Wrocław,
EC Zawidawie and EC Czechnica in Siechnice. Since 2000, it has been listed on the
A private university run by a religious association under the name of the Evangelical Union in the Republic of Poland. It is open to interfaith dialogue, emphasizes development in three dimensions: knowledge, spirituality and practical commitment. The academic program includes studies in biblical studies and Christian theology as well as preparation for pastoral service.
German political foundation with a Christian Democratic profile, affiliated with the CDU. It is considered a leading German think tank and one of the most influential think tanks in the world. Organizes numerous meetings, conferences and exhibitions, and runs scholarship programs for talented youth from Central and Eastern Europe and developing countries.
A state cultural institution whose aim is to promote Polish national heritage and disseminate the historical and cultural heritage created by Poles after World War II. The center runs a number of programs and exhibition projects to respect the historical truth, incl. "Train to History" ("Pociąg do Historii"), "Witnesses of History" ("Świadkowie Historii").
The Foundation was established in 2001 on the initiative of Jan Nowak-Jeziorański, supported by: the city of Wrocław, Dolnośląskie Voivodeship, Ossoliński National Institute, the Angelus Silesius Meeting House, the Krzyżowa Foundation and the Association for European Culture. The mission of the College is to work to build Eastern Europe as a community of free people. For the College, Europe is not a geographic concept, but an ethical one, marked not by borders but by ideals. The College is the publisher of the bimonthly Nowa Europa Wschodnia and New Eastern Europe.
International Youth Meeting Centre in Oświęcim / Auschwitz is an out-of-school education institution established by the Action Reconciliation Service for Peace and the City of Oświęcim with the support of former KL Auschwitz prisoners. Based on historical facts, the IYMC works to preserve the memory of World War II and the Holocaust. Based on the meaning and symbolism of the former concentration and extermination camp, it implements the pedagogical concept of "Auschwitz as a place of study".
Dolnośląski Inkubator Przedsiębiorczości (Lower Silesian Business Incubator) supports micro and small enterprises and people who want to start a business. For this purpose, it offers tax, financial, legal and marketing consultancy. It organizes trainings, meetings with successful people, and help in obtaining funds for running a business.