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PS22: Who’s who (Part 2)

This week, we’re continuing our who’s who (Part 2) of the speakers at Power Summit 2022. Think of it as your go-to list for all the info you need on the top policymakers and industry experts joining us on 15 and 16 June!

Who’s who (Part 2)? Let’s find out!


Paweł Cioch, Vice-President for Corporate Affairs, PGE Group

He has provided legal services to the manufacturing, transport, and construction industries, local government, and areas of the State Treasury. Mr Cioch is experienced in the implementation of corporate governance in joint-stock companies. He has run his own law firm, worked as Managing Partner of Cioch & Partnerzy, and was the Legal Advisor of the Marshal of the Lublin Province.

From 2007 to 2015, he was assistant professor in securities law at the Department of Civil Procedure at the John Paul II Catholic College of Entrepreneurship and Administration in Lublin. In addition, he lectured in civil proceedings at the Bar Association of Attorneys-at-Law in Lublin and holds an MBA from Collegium Humanum and London Apsley Business School.


Lucy Craig, Senior Vice President, Growth, Innovation and Digital Energy Systems, DNV

Lucy Craig is is Senior Vice President and Director of Growth, Innovation and Digitalisation at DNV Energy Systems. She is responsible for scaling new ventures, digitalisation, innovation and technical governance across service areas from generation and production, transport, transmission and distribution to energy use.

Moreover, she directs Energy Systems’ strategy for innovation and growth in new technologies and processes, including top growth priorities such as hydrogen, digital assurance, solar and offshore wind. She previously managed Iberia and Latin America for DNV in Renewables Advisory. Ms Craig has a PhD in electrical power engineering and is a Fellow of the UK Institute of Engineering and Technology.


Sabine Crome, Policy Officer, Internal Energy Market Unit, DG ENER, European Commission

Sabine Crome is a Policy Officer in the “Internal Energy Market” unit at the Commission’s Directorate General for Energy. Her main assignments relate to DSO regulation, demand side flexibility and electromobility. She joined the European Commission in 2000. Before that, she worked in the Directorate General for Mobility and Transport and in the Directorate General for Competition.


Sébastien de Menten, Innovation Project Lead, Engie

Mr de Menten is a business developer at ENGIE, developing new solutions and services for 24/7 sustainable power procurement. He leverages both ENGIE and his experience in energy procurement, risk management, digitalisation, and innovation to move the market towards a more transparent and sustainable energy procurement. He holds a degree in engineering from UCLouvain and an MBA from INSEAD.


Brian Denvir, European Energy Markets Lead, Google

Brian Denvir is Google’s lead for European energy markets and policy. His role is to support Google in its goal to operate carbon-free every hour and in every location worldwide. Before joining Google, he worked for the Irish State energy agency on energy systems modelling and policy. He previously worked for specialis energy consultancy E4tech and holds masters in Energy Finance and Energy Policy & Technology.

There you have it! That was our who’s who (Part 2) of Power Summit 2022. Look out for Part 3, coming soon. Find the full list of speakers here.