Monika Morawiecka resigns from the position of president of PGE Baltica

Monika Morawiecka will no longer be the president of PGE Baltica, the company responsible for the construction of offshore farms in the Baltic Sea. PGE Baltica’s portfolio includes projects with a total capacity of 3.5 GW. Morawiecka is privately a cousin of the prime minister.

As PGE informed, Morawiecka, who managed PGE Baltica since February 2019, resigned on November 24, and will remain in the company until December 31, 2021.

Who is Monika Morawiecka?

Monika Morawiecka worked at PGE since 2006. From 2010 she was responsible for the strategy of the Capital Group, incl. proposing long-term development plans both in the field of conventional energy and renewable energy, and for regulatory management.

As we read on the company’s website, in February 2019 she became the President of the Management Board of PGE Baltica, a company from the PGE Capital Group that coordinates the construction of the first offshore wind farms in the Baltic Sea. From 2010, as the director of the Strategy Department, she was responsible for the strategy of the entire Capital Group, she was responsible for analyzes of the external and internal environment of PGE and proposing long-term development plans for the Group, both in the field of conventional energy and renewable energy.

In 2013-2018, she was also a member of the Management Board of the Polish Electricity Association, a leading organization in the energy sector in Poland. Previously, she worked, among others in consulting companies, implementing various projects in the electricity, gas and heating sectors.

She is a graduate of the Warsaw School of Economics in the field of Finance and Banking, as well as the holder of the international Master of International Management diploma, awarded by the European association of economic schools CEMS.

Monika Morawiecka is privately the cousin of the prime minister.

Monika MorawieckaRafał Guz / PAP


PGE Baltica

PGE Baltica was established in January 2019 and is responsible for the program for the construction of three wind farms in the Baltic Sea: Baltica-1, which in June 2020 received technical conditions for connection to the transmission network for a capacity of up to 896 MW; Baltica-2, which in January 2019 received a proposal for technical conditions for connection to the NPS for 1489 MW from the transmission network operator, and Baltica-3 with a connection agreement for a maximum of 1045 MW.

PGE’s partner in the offshore project is Danish Ørsted. In May 2021, Ørsted’s companies acquired 50 percent each. shares in Baltica 2 and Baltica 3, paying over PLN 680 million.

Main photo source: Rafał Guz / PAP

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