The scope of responsibility of Andrii Nemyrovskyi includes dispatch and operational and technological control of the IPS of Ukraine, integration of the Ukrainian power system into the ENTSO-E Continental European Power System, and creation of a modern and secure IT infrastructure of the company.
In addition, Andrii Nemyrovskyi is appointed Director of Ukrenergo Digital Solutions LLC. This company was established in accordance with the decision of Ukrenergo's Supervisory Board for timely and high-quality fulfillment of Ukrenergo's obligations in creating industry-critical software packages, including DataHub and a new auction platform for allocating cross-border transmission capacity.
Previously, Andrii Nemyrovskyi held several positions at Ukrenergo for several years: head of markets development and customer service, deputy director for market development and IT, deputy chairman of the Management Board, and others.
Before that, he worked as Deputy Director at Ukrinterenergo and coordinated the company's foreign economic operations.
He has the experience of working (in 2015) in the Council of Wholesale Electricity Market of Ukraine, where he participated in resolving problematic issues regarding the electricity market's functioning and preparing draft resolutions concerning the organization of the Ukrainian electricity market's functioning.
As Advisor to the Minister of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine (in 2015), he was responsible for analyzing the energy markets of foreign countries and preparing proposals on supplying fuel to generating companies.
During 2011-2014, Andrii Nemyrovskyi worked as a top manager at several commercial companies, gaining experience in business management. He ensured the implementation of investors' strategic plans and relations with foreign partners and suppliers.
His employment history also includes the position of chief inspector at the State Customs Service of Ukraine (2008-2010). During this period, he gained extensive experience controlling compliance with customs rules when clearing goods and detecting tax evasion schemes.
He graduated from Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics (management of organizations). He later got his second higher education at the National Technical University of Ukraine "Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute".
The war in Ukraine, Weaponization of energy, Commodity Prices, Energy Security // EN
Europe is facing unprecedented challenges in ensuring energy security. High commodity prices are affecting all levels of the economy. Will we be able to reduce gas consumption to the necessary levels to avoid major issues? What steps can we take now to lessen the risk and be able to address the crisis which is here now?