Paweł specialises in energy law, with particular focus on renewables, drafting, reviewing and negotiating power purchase agreements (PPAs, inc. corporate and virtual PPAs), and agreements to sell guarantees of origin and certificates of origin (CPAs). He advises clients in the energy sector on their compliance with regulatory obligations. He represents clients in proceedings before the President of the Energy Regulatory Office to issue (or amend) licences to generate electricity from renewable energy sources. He advises clients on support schemes concerning (i) the sale of electricity generated from renewable energy sources (RES auctions, FIP, FIT) and (ii) the generation of electricity in offshore wind farms. He has experience with Project Finance in renewable energy investments, especially concerning regulatory and project-planning issues. He also advises on commercial law, with particular focus on issues related to transformations of commercial companies.

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  • Master’s degree in Law, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan


  • English

Selected projects

  • Advising Baltic Power on financing and developing Poland’s first offshore wind farm project, valued at 4.7bn EUR
  • Advising Better Energy on refinancing the construction costs of a portfolio of 5 photovoltaic farms in Poland, with a total capacity of 237 MW. The farms investments were realised via 5 Polish SPVs. AP Pension, Denmark’s largest pension fund, provided financing in the form of a EUR 65m loan. Advising on energy law issues, including due diligence
  • Advising UAB “Atsinaujinančios energetikos investicijos” on financing provided by Bank Pekao to construct photovoltaic farms
  • Advising Jeronimo Martins, which owns the Biedronka chain, on concluding a long-term power purchase agreement (PPA) with GoldenPeaks Capital. The agreement will reduce the chain’s carbon footprint and represents a move towards renewable energy sources