For over 5 years as a consultant at PwC Poland he implemented technical assistance projects for Polish and international organisations, including the public sector, e.g. in the area of energy transition. Previously a fellow of Res Publica Nowa. At Instrat he leads policy work on Poland’s and EU climate and energy policy. Graduated in Sociology, Philosophy and Cultural Studies at the University of Warsaw.
In recent years low-carbon hydrogen technologies have firmly positioned themselves in the energy transition strategies of EU Member States. They can play a key role
Hydrogen production from natural gas is a significant source of greenhouse gas emissions. An alternative in the form of green hydrogen produced by electrolysis is
Michał Smoleń tells the story of the failure to update the document before national elections. He also analysed the new forecast scenario and found that the government quietly admits that the decarbonisation of the Polish electricity system should accelerate. The document contains numerous limitations, which are going to pose as key challenges for the new government regardless of which parties are going to form it.
Instrat took part in the European Commission’s public consultations on the reform of the EU’s electricity market design. In our view, past efforts to liberalise