Łukasz Musiałkiewicz
CEO, Enefit Poland
Łukasz Musiałkiewicz
CEO, Enefit Poland

Łukasz Musiałkiewicz was appointed CEO of Enefit in Poland in January 2024. In his position, he is responsible for, among other things, the company's development in the Polish market and the adaptation of its offer for the purchase of energy and gas to the needs of business. He has more than 20 years of experience in the energy industry. In the past he was associated, among others, with E.ON Poland, where he served as Head of Energy Markets. He also gained professional experience as Regional Operations Manager in an international functional structure in the Innogy Polska organization (formerly part of the RWE group).


Can green energy drive a just transformation of regions?
  • 16:30 - 18:00
  • 90 min
  • Ballroom "B", first floor

Debate Moderator: Piotr Czopek, Director of Regulations, Polish Wind Energy Association


•  Adam Skowron, City Councillor of Katowice

•  Piotr Rogóż, President of the Board, ENGIE Zielona Energia

•  Katarzyna Suchcicka, President, OX2 Polska

•  Michał Hetmański, President of the Management Board and Co-founder, Instrat Foundation

•  Łukasz Musiałkiewicz, Chief Executive Officer, Enefit Polska

In the public sphere, considerable attention is devoted to the challenges associated with energy transformation. One of the primary arguments against changes in the energy sector revolves around concerns about job loss and production limitations in sectors tied to conventional energy and mining. During the panel discussion, we will address the challenges arising from transformation in the context of Silesia and regions where mining and conventional energy played pivotal roles. We'll delve into industry, its current needs, the imperative of maintaining competitiveness in foreign markets, and how renewable energy fits into this equation. Discussion will also encompass employment issues, reskilling, education, job creation, and the lack of qualified workers in today's labor market concerning renewable energy development. We'll seek to answer whether green energy can drive a fair regional transformation and how to leverage it to maximize benefits for local industries.


My Company Wants to Sign a cPPA – How to Efficiently Conduct Negotiations?
My Company Wants to Sign a cPPA – How to Efficiently Conduct Negotiations?
  • 13:15 - 14:15
  • 60 min
  • Room 24, First Floor


cPPA contracts are associated with a lengthy and challenging negotiation process due to their relatively small number. However, it's essential to consider that these are long-term contracts, often spanning up to 15 years, so both parties aim to reach solutions that are beneficial to them as much as possible. cPPA agreements vary depending on the conditions of the renewable energy producers and consumers involved in such negotiations. Additionally, banks are increasingly involved in the negotiation process to ensure financing for new investments in renewables secured by negotiated cPPA agreements. Are these agreements indeed difficult to sign? If so, what can be done to expedite and simplify the signing process? Our panelists will discuss the practical aspects of conducting cPPA negotiations.

Moderator: Adam Kościelniak, Managing Partner, A-RES

Presentation: Representative from DWF, Representative from Enefit

Discussion Participants:

• Maria Kierska, Counsel, DWF Poland

• Łukasz Musiałkiewicz, Chief Executive Officer, Enefit Polska

• Małgorzata Lipowska, Director, Structured and Real Estate Finance Department, BNP Paribas Bank Polska

• Marta Spalt, Group Indirect Procurement Category Manager, Toms Polska

• Damian Bąbka, Chief Investment Officer, Qair Polska

Panel Partners: Enefit,  DWF

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