Interregnum in ElectroMobility Poland. President dismissed after 1.5 months

Interregnum in ElectroMobility Poland.  President dismissed after 1.5 months

The president of ElectroMobility Poland, Piotr Regulski, was dismissed from his position – learned. He was appointed to the position a month and a half ago.

Piotr Regulski is no longer the president of Electromobility Poland (EMP), the company responsible for the Polish electric car Izera – has learned. This decision was to be made by the supervisory board, and the main reason for it was Regulski's insufficient experience in the automotive field. This accusation was made already in May, when the information about his appointment to a high position appeared. The fact is that there is no automotive-related position on your CV.

Piotr Regulski dismissed from the EMP management board

Piotr Regulski held the most responsible positions on the management board of RUCH, where, as a member of the management board, he was responsible for the restructuring of the company. Then, in the years 2018-2021, he was the president of the company, when it was sold to Orlen, managed by Daniel Obajtek. has determined that there are currently no candidates to succeed Regulski as the head of ElectroMobility Poland. The media found out that Tomasz Kędzierski, who knows EMP very well because he was the strategy and business development director of ElectroMobility Poland, applied for the nomination in May.

What's next for Izera? There is consent to build the plant

The future of Izera, a Polish electrician, is still uncertain and depends on politicians' decisions. On May 9, 2024, the mayor of Jaworzno issued a permit for the construction of a production plant for Izera electric cars in the Jaworzno Economic Area. Obtaining a permit to build a factory formally enables construction work to begin.

If nothing changes, then (according to the ElectroMobility Poland announcement) the plant will be built in two stages with a maximum annual production capacity of 300,000. cars. The permit was issued for the first stage, the development area of ​​which will be 169,000. m2. The factory will be a highly automated plant, which will allow for the effective and innovative production of electric cars. By the end of 2026, the factory may employ 2,000 people. The Izera Factory will be the first investment in the Jaworzniki Economic Area.

Let us remind you that the issuance of a building permit was preceded by ElectroMobility Poland obtaining, on January 30, 2024, a decision from the mayor of Dąbrowa Górnicza on the environmental conditions for the project. At the same time, the process of verifying the technical, business, legal and other assumptions regarding the current operations of ElectroMobility Poland was also completed. The audit results were submitted to the company's supervisory authorities.

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