Michał Swół – Chief Financial Officer of R.Power with over 20 years of experience in finance at CFO, senior executives and managerial positions with industry focus on energy incl. marketing & trading and renewables. In 2009 - 2018 he was CFO and Deputy CEO of DUON Group and Fortum Markets Polska, following Duon acquisition by Fortum at 2016. Earlier he worked for Orange, KPMG Corporate Finance and Nafta Polska dealing with M&A, business valuations and strategy advisory projects. Before joining R. Power at 2020, he was a partner at Movens Capital, VC/PE fund and part-time CFO at one of the fund's portfolio companies. CIMA Member as ACMA, CGMA. At R.Power manages Structured Finance, PPA, Asset Management and M&A departments.
The EU recently published its ‘Fit for 55’ climate plan, updating its Renewable Energy Directive to increase the overall binding target from 32% to 40% renewables in the bloc’s energy mix by 2030. More recently, the lens has been focused on energy security as well as decarbonisation. To get to where we need to be by 2030 will require a huge effort from both public and private sector and the industry will have to overcome some barriers to see deployment scale up to where it needs to be: