16-17 November 2021 | Warsaw Marriott Hotel, Warsaw, Poland

Krzysztof Müller

Head of Market Poland

Mr. Müller is a graduate of Akademia Teologii Katolickiej in Warsaw and Université de Montpellier. In 2003 he became Master de Management Economique Européen HEC/SGH.

He has been a member of the Polish Wind Energy Association since 2004 and a founding member of the Polish Chamber of Energy Storage Association since 2016.

He spent over 20 years in energy business, working for: Polish Energy Partners (currently Polenergia), RWE Polska (currently Innogy Polska) and Ener-G Holding.

In 2012 he joined PGE Renewable Energy, first as an Investment Director and then Member of the Management Board. He was responsible for the construction of 250 MW wind farms, the operation of wind farms with a capacity of over 500 MW and a portfolio of wind projects under development, on-shore and in the Baltic Sea.

In 2017-2019, acted as a Managing Director of Power Block, providing Demand Side Response services for polish TSO and for the capacity market in cooperation with several large energy users.

From2019 he is responsible for overall polish activities of Alpiq Energy SE, a fully owned subsidiary of Alpiq AG.

Alpiq is a leading Swiss energy services provider and electricity producer in Europe.
It was founded in Switzerland over 125 years ago. Currently, it operates on all European markets. In Poland, we have been active in the electricity and gas market for 19 years.
We specialize in the purchase of energy from renewable sources and cogeneration as well as in the supply of energy to large end customers.
We provide access to wholesale and balancing markets for energy and gas, we also purchase and sale property rights and guarantees of origin.

16 Nov 2021
 - 15:15 CET

When it comes to PPAs, there are many questions to be asked and to discuss. Our panellists will discuss:

  • The penetration of PPAs to delivering projects
  • What is the future of tendering and pricing in the CEE?
  • What are the trends on energy purchasers?
  • How can we best ensure regulation is drafted to remove barriers?