Supervisory Board

The Supervisory Board of Energa SA in the financial year 2018 and until the date of preparation of this Report, acted in the following composition in the period from 1st January 2018 to the date of the preparation of the Report:

Paula Ziemiecka-Księżak graduated from the Leon Koźmiński Entrepreneurship and Management Col-lege. In 1996, she began her employment with the Ministry of Treasury. She worked in departments responsible for the oversight of state-owned companies. She was in charge of the oversight of compa-nies from the motor transportation and marine transport sectors, and also in the energy sector. Currently, she is the Head of the Supervision Division in the Department of Supervision and Ownership Policy of the Ministry of Energy. Her responsibilities include the supervision of overall economic and legal issues associated with the activity of state-owned companies from the mining sector, energy sector and other sectors. Additionally, she has gained experience in corporate governance since 2002, serving on su-pervisory bodies of companies such as SIP-MOT SA in Zamość, PKS Ostrołęka SA, Opakomet SA based in Kraków and PERN SA based in Płock. She has been the Chairperson of the Energa SA Su-pervisory Board since 12 November 2015.

Zbigniew Wtulich graduated from the Faculty of Drainage and Water Engineering at the Warsaw Uni-versity of Life Sciences. He started his professional career in 1984 as a Designer Assistant in the Hydro Drainage Design Department. Subsequently, he worked as a Construction Engineer for the Regional Drainage Projects Enterprise (in October 1984). He held that position until April 1988. In 1988-1991, he worked as an Engineer for Amak, a foreign company (construction sector), and in 1993-1997 he was employed by the State Treasury Agricultural Property Agency. Before his appointment on the Supervi-sory Board, Zbigniew Wtulich served as a Chief Expert in the Department of Treasury Property Records of the Ministry of Treasury (1997-1998), Chief Expert and Team Coordinator in the Department of Rep-rivatisation and Compensation of the Ministry of Treasury (1998-2001), Head of Unit in the Department of Reprivatisation and Share Allocation of the Ministry of Treasury (2002 to 2006), Head of Unit in the Department of Records, Reprivatisation, Compensation and Share Allocation (2006-2010). In 2010-2017, he additionally performed the function of Head of Unit in the Department of Treasury Property of the Ministry of Treasury. Additionally, he was a Member of the Supervisory Board in Zakłady Tworzyw Sztucznych GAMRAT SA (in 2011) and in Przedsiębiorstwo Gospodarki Wodnej i Rekultywacji SA (2002 to 2009). Currently he is the Minister’s Advisor in the Department of Forestry of the Ministry of the Environment.

Agnieszka Terlikowska-Kulesza graduated from the Agricultural Faculty of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences and completed postgraduate studies at the Warsaw School of Economics in finance and European economic and legal relations. In February 1997, she started her career with the Ministry of State Treasury, in the Department of Commercialisation and Direct Privatisation, in the Tender Privatisation Team. Between September 1997 and June 2002, she worked for the Privatisation Agency in the Tender Team as a Chief Specialist and then as a Section Manager. During that period, she participated in the organisation of tenders for the selection of providers of pre-privatisation analyses for companies with State Treasury shareholding, she was in charge of the oversight and execution of privatisation projects, mainly through the invitation to tender procedure, reviews of economic and finan-cial analyses and valuations of state-owned companies slated for privatisation. Between July 2002 and June 2016, she was a Chief Specialist in state-owned company supervision departments at the Ministry of Treasury. She supervised companies from the ceramic, construction and vehicle transportation in-dustries. In 2009-2016, she supervised chemical sector companies. Since July 2016, she has been a Chief Specialist at the Department of Supervision and Ownership Policy at the Ministry of Energy, in charge of the oversight of mining companies. She gathered additional experience in 2001-2016 by se-rving on supervisory bodies of companies with State Treasury shareholding such as: “Chłodnia Szcze-cińska” Sp. z o.o., Zakłady Ceramiczne “Bolesławiec” w Bolesławcu Sp. z o.o., Przedsiębiorstwo Komu-nikacji Samochodowej w Białymstoku SA, Przedsiębiorstwo Robót Drogowych Sp. o.o. in Mielec, Przed-siębiorstwo Elektryfikacji i Robót Instalacyjnych “ELTOR-Warszawa” Sp. z o.o. in Wołomin.

Andrzej Powałowski - studied at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Nicolaus Copernicus Uni-versity in Toruń in 1969-1973. In 1973, he started a job as a Junior Lecturer in the National Economy Management Law Section at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Gdańsk. In 1980, he obtained the title of PhD in legal studies and was employed as an Assistant Professor. From 1992, he was a Senior Lecturer at the Public Economic Law Faculty, and from 1994 – at the Public Economic Law and Environmental Protection Faculty. In 2009, he received a post-doctorate degree (doktor habilitowany) in legal studies in the area of public economic law. In 2010, he was nominated to the position of an Associate Professor at the University of Gdańsk. Currently, he is the Head of the Public Economic Law Section at the Law and Administration Faculty and the Head of postgraduate programmes: “Legal conditions for conduct of business activity” and “Public procurement law and sys-tem” at the University of Gdańsk. He is also a lecturer at the Branch Campus of the Gdańsk School of Higher Education in Olsztyn. He was employed as an Associate Professor at the Baltic College of the Humanities and the Real Estate Management College. He wrote a number of publications, including books and papers for scientific journals, and he is a member of governing bodies of non-governmental organisations and scientific periodicals. He worked as a legal advisor (radca prawny), and since 2010 he has been a trial lawyer (adwokat) in his own law firm in Gdańsk. He is an arbitrator of the International Court of Arbitration of the Polish Chamber of Maritime Commerce.

Marek Szczepaniec graduated from the University of Gdańsk. Currently he is a professor at the Uni-versity of Gdańsk (since 2008) and professor at the Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz (since 2014). In 1993-2001, he worked as a Consultant at the Polish-American Small Business Advisory Foundation. In 1992-2006, he was a Consultant with the consulting firm B.P.S. Con-sultants Poland. Since 2006, he has been the Co-Owner and Vice-President of Qualifact, which is a research firm. He specialises in research on entrepreneurship, human capital, economic growth, behav-ioural finance and corporate marketing strategies. He has authored more than 150 research reports, scientific papers and other publications. Examples of companies that have relied on his reports and studies include PKO Bank Polski, BZ WBK, Credit Agricole, BNP Paribas, Pekao SA, ING, mBank in the banking sector, PZU, Warta, Compensa, Allianz, Aviva in the insurance sector, and the LOTOS Group, PKN Orlen, BP, Total in the fuel sector. He led market research for Elektrociepłownia Wybrzeże and the Energa Group and drew up a study entitled “Energy company customer service models. Global trends

Maciej Żółtkiewicz graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Częstochowa University of Technology and completed a postgraduate course at the European University of Law and Administra-tion in Warsaw. He started his career in 1979 as a Technical Specialist in the Eastern Power Region in Radom. He occupied this position until 1988. In 1988-1999, he worked at Elektrociepłownia Radom SA, successively as: an Automation and Measurement Specialist, Corporate Governance and Restructuring Department Manager, Chief Specialist for Organisational and Staff Matters and Management Board Member. In 1999-2000, he sat on the Management Board of Zakład Maszyn do Szycia Łucznik Sp. z o.o. in Radom. In 2001-2005, he successively held the following offices: a Forced Administrator of Putis in Milanówek, a privatisation representative at Transdrog in Warsaw, Vice-President of the Management Board at P.W. Mediainstal Sp. z o.o. in Radom. In 2006-2008, he was the President of the Management Board at Fabryka Łączników Radom SA. From 2009 he was in charge of internal control and audit at RTBS Administrator Sp. z o.o. in Radom, and from 2013 at Radpec SA in Radom. He has acquired state-owned company oversight experience sitting on the supervisory boards of such companies as: Elektrociepłownia Radom SA, Elektrownia Wodna Żarnowiec SA, Fabryka Łączników Radom SA. In 2009-2015, he served on the supervisory board of PPUH Radkom Sp. z o.o. in Radom.