Gawrych is currently in the process of setting up his team. He has more than ten years of professional experience in wind farm project development across the Polish market. Prior to joining UKA, he was responsible for a portfolio of wind farm projects at various stages, from site identification to obtaining permits and securing feed-in tariffs.
The decision to enter the market was made due to the fact that UKA sees great potential in the expansion of wind energy and photovoltaics in Poland. The upcoming deregulation of the current distance rule will make onshore wind energy development in Poland attractive again. Together with the opening of the new subsidiary, UKA has become a member of the Polish Wind Energy Association and also the Polish Photovoltaics Association.