Locked content Coal to amount for 60% of Polish energy in 2030 – ministry

Nearly 60 percent of Polish energy in 2030 will come from hard coal and lignite, Deputy Energy Minister Grzegorz Tobiszowski said. “We do not exclude investments in nuclear energy which does not collide with our resources – hard coal and lignite, it complements it,” he added. Currently, Poland...

Locked content Poland to spend PLN 50 bln on energy transformation – Tchórzewski

According to energy minister Krzysztof Tchórzewski, Poland will have to spend some PLN 50 million in the next 20 years to adapt its energy facilities to meet EU standards. “The European Commission, in its efforts to curb CO2 emissions, proposes solutions that would cost us PLN 150-200 billion. I thi...

Locked content Demand for coal won’t change till 2030 – Tchórzewski

The demand for coal in Poland will remain at the same levels till 2030, energy minister Krzysztof Tchórzewski said. “The production level we currently have may stay the same, if only coal mines manage, but to 2030 demand for coal in Poland won’t decline if we are to cover demand for electrical...

Locked content PM Szydło: Poland’s energy strategy should be based on security...

Speaking at the opening of a new power block of Elektrociepłownia Gorzów, Polish PM Beata Szydło said that the country’s energy strategy has to be based on three pillars – security, own and independent energy sources as well as competitiveness and modernization. “Energy security means that we ...

Locked content Poland to invest PLN 45-50 billion in 5-6 new power units

Energy minister Krzysztof Tchórzewski told the press on Tuesday that Poland will conduct an investment program in the energy sector with a value of approx. PLN 45-50 billion with the aim of building 5-6 new power plants in the coming years. He explained that construction already underway and those t...

Locked content EC proposes new energy regulations

The European Commission presented a new energy security package that is meant to create guidelines for what do in case of energy supply interruptions. Speaking on Tuesday in Brussels, Commission Vice-president Maroš Šefčovič said that the package “will increase Europe’s resistance”...

Locked content PLN 12 billion for energy related projects

Minister of the Economy Janusz Piechociński said that Poland will receive PLN 12 billion for energy project investments from EU funds in the years 2014-2020. He underlined that it is 50 percent more in the previous period. The minister stated that the money from the 2007-2013 perspective gave Poland...