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PGE. The supervisory body dismissed the president and his deputies


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PGE's supervisory board has fired the company's president, Wojciech Dąbrowski, and two vice presidents, Wanda Buk and Rafał Włodarski. At the same time, the duties of Chairman of the Company's Board of Directors were temporarily entrusted to Eric Kosinski.

The company announced on Wednesday evening in a press release that the Supervisory Board of PGE has taken decisions to dismiss: Wojciech Dąbrowski, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Wanda Buk, Vice Chairman of the Board of Management for Regulatory Affairs, and Rafał Wlodarski, Vice Chairman of the Board of Management for Support and Development. “In addition, on February 7, 2024, the Supervisory Board of the Company adopted decisions on delegating the members of the Supervisory Board: – Mr. Erik Kosinski to temporarily assume the functions of a Member of the Board of Directors of the Company for a period of 3 months and with effect from and on delegating him to the duties of Chairman of the Company’s Board of Directors, – Ms. Malgorzata Banacek to temporarily assume the duties of Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Company As a member of the company's board of directors for a period of 3 months.

As indicated in the biographical note published on the PGE website, Prof. Ph.D. Erik Kosinski, among others, Head of the Department of Public Economic Law Faculty of Law and Management Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań; Fulbright Fellow, James Baker Institute for Public Policy, Center for Energy Studies, Rice University, Houston USA (2023/2024); Visiting Professor at Kharkiv National Air Force University. Ivan Kozhedub in Kharkov, member of the Board of Directors of the Polish Economic Association in Poznań; LLM from the State University of New York, Albany, USA and the Central European University in Budapest, Hungary (1992-1993); Graduated from Asser Europe College in The Hague (1995); He studied at Lourdes University, Sylvania, USA (1993-1994) and Case Western Reserve University School of Law, Cleveland, USA (1993); He received a Santander Scholarship at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA (2014).

In 2008-2009, he was Head of the Military Property Agency in Warsaw, and in 2010-2011, Deputy Head of Bydgoszcz; In turn, in the years 2001-2014 he lectured at foreign universities (Russia, Iceland). He is the author of numerous publications in the field of energy law, public economic law, public finance, competition protection law, transportation law, legal regulation of infrastructure investments, public procurement, public health care law, legal regulation of liberal professions, and gambling law. And administrative procedures.

Małgorzata Banasik is the Managing Partner of BWW Law Firm, a legal consultant with 20 years of experience in providing legal services to organizations operating in the fields of electricity, gas, heating, renewable energy, waste use in energy recovery (WtE) and the public sector. Utility industries. It also supported companies from the chemical and new technology industries. According to the company, it has comprehensive knowledge of the European and international energy market, including waste-to-energy, hydrogen and gas. In the years 2007-2015, it actively participated in the processes of liberalization of the Polish gas market: creation of an independent transmission system operator, a national gas trading point (VTP) and the introduction of gas to the Polish Energy Exchange. It implemented EU regulations in the Polish legal system, at the level of laws and regulations. Participated in the separation and transfer of energy infrastructure between energy companies. In the period 2009-2018, it participated in the process of integrating gas markets in the Baltic Sea region and Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). It advised on projects ensuring the diversification of gas supplies to Poland and the Central and Eastern European region, including the construction of an LNG terminal at Świnoujście, the establishment of virtual and physical reverse flow at Mallnow, and interconnections with Denmark (Baltic Pipeline), Lithuania and Turkey. Slovakia.

PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna is the largest electricity company and supplier of electricity and heat in Poland. It provides energy and heat to more than 5.6 million customers. PGE's generating units produce more than 40 percent. Electricity in Poland. PGE is a joint-stock company in which the State Treasury owns approximately 61%. Involved.

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