Polish Power Grids open their offices in Olivia Centre

Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne opens its offices in Olivia Centre – the largest Polish business centre. This is another energy company that has decided to conduct its business in this very place. Since the beginning of the project’s existence, the Olivia Gate building has housed the offices of Energa, a member of the Orlen Group.


Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne is a strategic company owned by the State Treasury of particular importance for the Polish economy. It owns almost 16,000 kilometers of lines and 110 high-voltage substations. PSE plans to build and modernise more than 7,000 km of transmission lines by 2032.


The company’s Gdańsk office in Olivia Centre will be staffed by a team responsible for the implementation of projects for the construction of power stations and transmission lines necessary for the evacuation of m.in power. offshore wind farms in the Baltic Sea and a nuclear power plant, as well as the operation of offshore connections. This is one of the priorities for the development of the Polish energy sector. The PSE team will work on the development of the necessary transmission infrastructure in the north of Polish to enable the removal of power from these sources and its delivery to customers in other parts of the country.


It was with great satisfaction that we received the information about the selection of Olivia as the office of a company developing key energy projects for the Polish economy ,” says Maciej Kotarski, Director of the Commercialization Department. For more than 10 years, Energa, a member of the Orlen Group, has been with us, with whom we jointly develop a number of social, ecological and integration projects. We believe that the opportunities offered by Olivia Centre will allow Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne to operate stably and develop modern projects in the field of Polish energy.



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