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Tomasz Marciniak

Partner, Warsaw
Brings power-sector and mining companies his expertise in strategic thinking, performance improvement, opportunity capture, and practical implementation

About Tomasz

Tomasz is one of the leaders of our Electric Power & Natural Gas Practice in Central Europe, and a coleader of our work on transmission and distribution across the whole of Europe.

Tomasz serves clients in the power, gas-distribution, and mining sectors. He advises senior leaders on issues including strategy, regulation, renewables development, digitization, smart grid, operational transformation, asset-management optimization, and excavation-planning strategy.

Examples of his recent client projects include the following: 

  • supporting one of the largest power utilities in Central and Eastern Europe with strategy development, including optimizing the power mix and asset portfolio and implementing the master plan
  • advising a European system integrator and manufacturer of electric-power sensors on its smart-grid and network-automation strategy
  • helping a leading German power utility with vendor due diligence, the definition of a value-creation plan, and implementation launch
  • serving a major power and services provider on the design and implementation of its value-creation program, from planning through diagnostics and program design to rollout preparation and performance- management capability transfer
  • working with a large distribution network and system operator to develop a new integrated digital management system for its field operations

In his years with McKinsey, Tomasz has served power- and gas-distribution operators in Belgium, the Czech Republic, Malaysia, Poland, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom.

Published work

Central and Eastern Europe needs a new engine for growth, McKinsey & Company, November 2018

How Poland can become a European growth engine, McKinsey & Company, February 2015

Education

University of Lodz
MA, economics and econometrics