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PGE EJ1 gets new acting CEO

4th February 2014
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Jacek Cichosz, director of operation at PGE EJ1 has been named the company’s new acting CEO, the company announced on Monday.

Cichosz takes over the post from Aleksander Grad, who relinquished the position after the government announced its new nuclear energy program. The company’s deputy CEO Marzena Piszczek will remain in her position.

PGE EJ1 – a subsidiary of PGE – is about to change its shareholder make-up. Enea, Tauron and copper mining giant will each hold 10 percent in shares of the company, pending a decision from the competition and consumer watchdog, UOKiK.

The start of the construction of the first Polish nuclear power plant is expected to start in 2019.

Poland A.M.


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