In the context of Fit for 55, we unpack Poland’s shift away from coal, highlighting the challenges and opportunities of this shift and the importance of ensuring a just transition.
Michal Motylewski, Managing Counsel, Dentons
Michal Motylewski, attorney-at-law, is a managing counsel in Dentons’ Warsaw office and a member of the Warsaw Energy and Natural Resources practice team. Micha? specializes in Energy Law and, in particular, in issues relating to the development of the EU’s internal market in electricity and gas and the implementation of power market reforms in Poland, including the current implementation of the Clean Energy for All Europeans package.
Joanna Maćkowiak-Pandera, President, Forum Energii
Founder and leader of Forum Energii – the first Polish energy transition think tank in Poland. She focuses on European energy and climate regulations, electricity markets, renewable energy sources. In the past, she worked at the Ministry of Environment, among others as Deputy Minister responsible for the Polish Presidency of the Council of the European Union. Joanna is involved in global and EU climate negotiations. She has worked at Agora Energiewende, a German energy transition think tank and the Danish Oersted.
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