Currently works in Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne (PSE), where he deals with EU affairs, strategic communication, as well as the implementation of advocacy strategies and international communication projects. Previously he has been a director of Central Europe Energy Partners (CEEP) in Brussels for four years. His previous assignments included work for Polish and EU public administration, including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Embassy in Moscow, EU Delegation in Kyiv, Ministry of Development, and Chancellery of the President of Poland, where he dealt mainly with foreign and energy security affairs.
He graduated from the Institute of Political Science and the Centre for East European Studies, Warsaw University. He also holds MA in European Studies from the College of Europe. He has completed various courses on the energy sector and energy security.
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?