Monika Morawiecka focuses on general power system transformation design and implementation in Europe, with special attention to the Central and Eastern region as well as offshore wind policy and regulation. With her extensive experience in formulating and implementing sectoral strategies within a regulatory context, she helps advance fair and efficient regulatory frameworks for the clean energy transition.
Ms. Morawiecka brought more than 15 years of energy industry experience to RAP. From 2006 through 2021, she was positioned at the heart of energy transition dilemmas in Poland, helping PGE Polish Energy Group on its way towards carbon neutrality. As head of group strategy for many years, she was responsible for qualitative and quantitative analysis processes, including long-term scenario planning supported by detailed energy sector modelling, as well as regulatory and government affairs. Then, in her three years as chief executive officer of PGE Baltica, the newly established business line within PGE group dedicated to developing offshore wind projects, she was at the forefront of Poland’s energy transition.
Ms. Morawiecka had for many years been involved in wider energy sector issues as a member of the Management Board at the Polish Electricity Association, developing and implementing crucial regulatory and stakeholder management initiatives.
Prior to her time at PGE, she worked as a management consultant advising clients in the gas and electricity sector on tariff design, consolidation strategies, restructuring, and mergers and acquisitions.
She holds a master’s in finance and banking from Warsaw School of Economics as well as the Master in International Management degree from CEMS, the global alliance in management education.
In addition to her native Polish, she speaks fluent English and decent German.