Grzegorz advises energy companies and energy-intensive enterprises. In recent years, Grzegorz has provided ongoing legal advice to distribution system operators and independent sellers of electricity and gas. He has also helped companies to adopt safe investment decisions in renewable energy sources by coordinating due diligence analyses. He has advised Poland’s largest industrial companies, including cement plants and steel mills, on electricity and gas issues. His clients have included Poland’s largest retail chains and the owners and managers of Poland’s largest commercial facilities, including shopping centres and logistics parks.

Grzegorz also has extensive experience in the legal aspects of energy transitions within local government units. He acquired experience in this area when advising the Office of Air Protection and Climate Policy of the Warsaw City Hall. He also has experience working in the public administration, i.e. the Energy Regulatory Office and the Ministry of the Climate.

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  • Master’s degree in Law, Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin


  • English

Selected projects

  • Advising on concluding energy sales agreements based on the EFET template
  • Participating in the work of the Energy Regulatory Office, to implement support for the generation of electricity from renewable energy sources, mainly biogas plants and hydroelectric power plants – i.e. the so-called feed-in-tariff (FIT) system and the feed-in premium (FIP) system
  • Developing and implementing the legal aspects of a procedure for concluding subsidy agreements using ‘procedural courier services’, which enabled local authorities to achieve their objectives of developing RES sources and replacing heating sources despite the lockdowns caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus
  • Advising a leading operator of manufacturing and logistics space on providing energy generated from on-site renewable energy sources to tenants
  • Advising a photovoltaic farm developer on the use of the OSDn, i.e. the local electricity distribution network