About usCentral Europe Energy Partners
Central Europe Energy Partners (CEEP) represents the interests of the energy and energy-intensive companies from Central Europe in order to promote balanced energy transition in accordance with technological neutrality principle, enhance regional cooperation and strengthen the region’s energy security within the framework of EU energy and climate policy.
The over-riding goal of the organization is to influence over the EU decision making bodies to shape the EU energy and climate policy by taking into account the interests and views of Central European companies. CEEP members are 13 energy and energy-intensive companies and organisations from four Central European countries, employing over 100,000 workers, with total annual revenue of more than EUR 20 billion.
CEEP is an international non-profit association with its headquarters in Brussels. It is the first major body to represent the companies from the region’s energy sector at the EU level.
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StructureBoard of Directors
The association is managed by a Board of Directors of three to nine persons, appointed for a renewable term of five years. The current board is composed of following members:
Chairman of the Board of Directors
Mr. Leszek Jesień serves as Director for International Cooperation at PSE, electricity Transmission System Operator: responsible for inter-TSO relations, general strategy and innovations. Professor for international relations and sustainable development at Collegium Civitas University. Co-author of New Electricity and New Cars. Previously, advisor for European affairs and energy to three Polish prime ministers, and ministers of economy and environment.
Vice – Chairman of the Board of Directors
Mr. Rafał Miland is the Vice-President of the Management Board of PERN S.A. from January 2016. A graduate from the Department of Law and Administration at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, National School of Public Administration and post-graduate studies at the Leon Koźmiński University. He started his professional career in the Ministry of Finance. He was a Vice Consul in the Consulate General of the RP in Malmö (Sweden) in 2005 – 2006.
Member of the Board of Directors
Mr. Eryk Kłossowski is the Chairman of the Board of Polish Power Grid Company JSC. He is a graduate from the Faculty of Law and Administration and Postgraduate in Intellectual Property Law at the University of Warsaw. In 2005 Mr. Kłossowski completed legal training at the Warsaw Bar Association. Previously he was associated with Ernst & Young and held the position of Chairman of the Board of the Foundation "Initiatives Security-Development-Energy". Lecturer in postgraduate studies at the Collegium Civitas, Warsaw University of Technology, University of Technology and Economics them. Helena Chodakowska.
Member of the Board of Directors
Mr. Rolandas Zukas is chief executive officer of Lithuania’s state owned energy transmission and exchange holding company EPSO-G. He is also a member of the management board of Lithuanian Railways JSC. Prior to taking his job in EPSO-G, Rolandas Zukas oversaw bringing to operation the region’s first floating liquefied natural gas import (LNG) terminal that marked the end of the country ‘s reliance on gas supplies from a sole source in the East. Rolandas Zukas is Vilnius University graduate in transport engineering and also holds a master’s degree of management at Vilnius ISM University.
General Members’ Meeting
The General Members’ Meeting comprises one representative from each member company and gathers once a year in different locations all over Europe. This structure appoints the Board of Directors and agrees the general guidelines to be followed by CEEP.
Maciej Jakubik graduated from the Institute of Political Science and the Centre for Eastern Studies, Warsaw University. He also holds an MA in European Studies, from the College of Europe. In the meantime, he has completed various courses relating to the energy sector and energy security.
A Diplomat and civil servant with several years’ experience working in Polish public administration, EU institutions, and international organisations, he recently worked in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Warsaw, where he was responsible for common Foreign and Security Policy. His years of public service included a spell in the Polish Embassy in Moscow, whilst a pivotal term of office was conducted within the Chancellery of the President of Poland, dealing with foreign and energy affairs. His duties there involved many activities relating to energy security and energy diplomacy.
Internships and job offersCEEP
We are not recruiting for the moment.