Monika Morawiecka, CEO of PGE Baltica, announced on her Linkedin profile that she is leaving PGE Baltica, a company responsible for the development of offshore wind farms in Polish waters of the Baltic Sea. The information was confirmed by PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna.

“After 15 years of working for the PGE Group, the time has come (finally – as some might say :-)) for me to move on. I have decided to leave PGE Baltica at the end of the year”, Monika Morawiecka announced on Linkedin.

Monika Morawiecka is one of the recognised experts in the energy sector in Poland. In recent years she was responsible for development of offshore wind energy in PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna.

“I’ve spent more time at PGE than I ever thought I’d spend at a single employer. But that’s not surprising. During that time, I witnessed – and facilitated – a transformation that no one could have imagined when I started at PGE. We have grown from being a carbon-based company, to one having a clear vision of a sustainable and carbon-neutral future. What’s more, I’m proud to have been at the forefront of this change, leading PGE Baltica for the past three years. Offshore lift is now at the heart of PGE’s new strategy, and it has been both a privilege and a huge challenge to lead our great team to where we are today”, she explained on Linkedin.

Furthermore, the PGE Group announced that on November 24, 2012, the Company’s share capital will be increased by PLN 1.5 million. Monika Morawiecka resigned from the position of a CEO of PGE Baltica, a PGE Group company responsible for the implementation of the PGE CG Offshore Programme. She will remain with the company until December 31, 2021

Monika Morawiecka has worked in the PGE Capital Group since 2006. Since 2010 she was responsible for the strategy of the Corporate Group, including matters such as analyses of PGE’s external and internal environment and proposing Group’s long-term development plans with respect to both conventional and renewable energy sources as well as the regulatory management process. In February 2019, she became CEO of PGE Baltica, a company developing 3 offshore wind farms with a total capacity of approx. 3.5 GW.

“I wish Ms. Monika Morawiecka good luck in her further professional challenges. Thank you for your contribution to the development of the PGE Group over the last 15 years and for the last 3 years of implementing offshore projects,” said Wojciech Dąbrowski, President of the Board of PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna, as quoted in the press release.

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