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Wojciech Andrzejewski

Counsellor at Law, Partner. Graduate of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Faculty of Law and Administration. A member of the Regional Chamber of Counsellors at Law in Poznań. He has been with Piszcz and Partners Law Firm since 2006.

At the Law Firm, he leads a team specialising in providing expert advice on various aspects of energy law and legal regulations regarding the investment process. He supports Clients in the negotiations of key purchase contracts (electricity and gas, including those based on the EFET format), in regulatory risk management (compliance) and in drafting legislative proposals for regulations regarding the energy sector.

Mr Andrzejewski represents Clients in proceedings before the President of the Energy Regulatory Office (URE) and before courts (including in matters regarding concessions, tariffs, exemptions from the TPA rule and fines). He advises energy companies and energy-intensive consumers on their day-to-day business in the area regulated by energy law.

As an expert, he has been invited on a number of occasions to participate in conferences and to conduct training sessions and workshops addressed to representatives of the energy sector.

He also has extensive knowledge of and expertise in the field of administrative regulations regarding the investment process, municipal services management and implementation of tasks by state and local government bodies. He has negotiated investment agreements with local government authorities, conducted training on issues related to the investment process, and advised on functional and spatial transformation processes and commercialization of prestigious properties.
He has represented Clients in administrative proceedings, disputes before administrative courts and proceedings before the Supreme Audit Office.

Wojciech Andrzejewski
Wojciech Andrzejewski PartnerCounsellor wojciech.andrzejewski@piszcz.pl Tel: +48 61 859 44 44 Laguages: english
  • advising on restructuring and consolidation processes to companies being members of the biggest energy groups in Poland;
  • advising to a company dealing with renewable energy sources (one of the biggest energy groups) on the process of acquisition of RES projects (biogas plants and wind farms) with the total capacity of several hundred MW;
  • responsible for the drafting of Instructions of the Transmission System Operation and Maintenance /IRiESD/ for several gas and electricity providers;
  • advising to companies of two energy groups on the development of so-called Compliance programmes as well as internal mechanisms and procedures to ensure full independence of operations of the DSO within a capital group;
  • collaborating on internal procedures for the implementation of the right to change a supplier for one of the gas and electricity providers;
  • assisting in the drafting of templates of connection, distribution agreements, agreements for the sale of electricity, comprehensive agreements – both for companies of the biggest energy groups or vertically integrated entities and so-called alternative suppliers;
  • supporting one of the entities in the energy-intensive sector in legislative works on the Energy Efficiency Act;
  • negotiating on behalf of a heat power company a long-term agreement for the purchase of heat, securing the supply of heat to several thousand consumers;
  • representing PKP S.A. (Polish National Railways) in several dozen expropriation proceedings and municipalisation disputes with local government units in the whole country;
  • representing PKP S.A. in the process of regulating the legal status of the so-called Wolne Tory area in Poznań (approx. 30 ha in the city centre);
  • advising to PKP S.A. on the joint initiative with the City of Poznań concerning the organisation of an international urban competition for the preparation of a land development concept for the so-called Wolne Tory area and neighbouring areas (responsible for preparing the terms and conditions and for conducting the competition);
  • negotiating on behalf of one of the investors with the City of Poznań on the terms of a participation agreement regarding the conversion of the traffic system in connection with the construction of a new railway station;
  • advising to a company in the water supply and sewage sector on the process of regulating the legal status of the land occupied by transmission infrastructure;
  • advising on the process of changing the study of conditions for Poznań in connection with the planned transformation of the previously industrial area in the centre of Poznań (approx. 10 ha) into residential area;
  • representing the Marshal Office of the Wielkopolskie Province in negotiations with rail service provides on the conclusion of public service contracts (PSC).