Radosław Wasiak

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Radosław Wasiak

adwokat, counsel
Energy and real estate projects. Mining and natural resources.

Radosław Wasiak practises energy law, geological and mining law, and real estate law.

He advises clients from the energy sector on transactional, corporate, contractual and regulatory matters and on project implementation and securing title to land and infrastructure. He regularly advises companies from the renewable energy sector investing in new sources, enterprises planning and carrying out exploration and prospecting for hydrocarbons and other minerals, as well as clients planning and conducting development of power sector infrastructure.

He provides comprehensive services for construction projects. He negotiates and drafts contracts for sale, lease and tenancy of real estate, including agricultural land. He also supports investors during administrative procedures and in concluding construction contracts.

He is a consultant to international institutions and organisations on changes in construction law and the mining industry.

He joined Wardyński & Partners in 2010.

Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw (2004)

He previously worked in state administration (at the Central Office of Building Inspection) and for developers and international law firms.

Warsaw Bar Chamber

“Why are electricity prices rising in Poland? The rules for operation of the EU Emissions Trading System and its impact on the electricity market in Poland,” (co-author) In Principle. Legal Studies and Analyses, 2020 vol. 1

“How to contain the growing costs of electricity?” (co-author), 2020 Yearbook

“Is it feasible to generate electricity without subsidies?”, 2018 Yearbook

“Will solar cells cover Polish roofs in 2016?” 2016 Yearbook

“A new era for Polish coal?” 2015 Yearbook

“Extraction and trading of gas in Poland” (co-author), 2014 Yearbook

“Prospects for extraction of unconventional fossil fuels in Poland: A lawyer’s view” (co-author), 2013 Yearbook

“New rules for exploring and extracting hydrocarbons,” 2012 Yearbook