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Poland's Coal Dependency Hampers Climate Change Efforts
Poland's coal dependency hampers climate change efforts.
ABO Wind Plans First Polish Onshore Build
ABO Wind will start work on its first wind farm in Poland next year, an almost 20MW development located 90km northeast of Wroclaw.
Nuclear and Wind to Play Prominent Role in Poland’s Clean Energy Future
On the first day of the Economic Forum which took place 8 September 2020 in Karpacz, Polish Minister of Climate, Michał Jacket, made several announcements conc…
Polish Coal Mine to Boost Efficiency with Caterpillar Cogeneration Systems
Commissioned in June, the system uses coal mine methane to produce up to 12MW of power and 12MW of thermal energy.
Poland's Deputy PM Says Closing Coal Mines is Inevitable
Poland will close its coal mines in the coming decades as phasing out the fossil fuel is inevitable in light of the European Union's climate policies.
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PGNiG Inks Hydrogen Deal with Toyota
Polish Oil and Gas Company signed a deal with Toyota Motor Poland to advance hydrogen technology.
Poland's Coal Phase-Out 'Feasible' By 2035
Poland's coal phaseout should take place by 2035 if the government does not interfere.
Europe’s Biggest Coal Nation Could Soon Go Nuclear
Every severe economic crisis shakes the basic foundations of seemingly mainstream policies and ideas and makes one wonder whether the recession’s impact could …
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Poland's Cabinet to Approve Nuclear Energy Plan Update in Q3
Poland generates most of its electricity from burning coal and sees nuclear energy as a way to help it reduce emissions as required by the European Union.
Poland to Cease Coal Dependency by 2060
Polish Deputy Prime Minister Jacek Sasin has announced that the country will cease to rely on coal energy by 2060 at the latest.
Poland Fines Gazprom $57 million over Nord Stream 2
Poland’s antimonopoly watchdog UOKiK said on Monday it had fined Gazprom 213 million zloty ($57 million) (GAZP.MM) for lack of cooperation in its proceedings w…
Poland Poised to Announce Major Coal Mine Closures
Poland’s biggest coal producer, state-run PGG, is likely to announce within days deep cuts in coal output and the closure of a number mines as part of a restru…
Arcadis Ost 1 Offshore Substation Starts Taking Shape
Construction of the upper part of the Arcadis Ost 1 offshore substation has now begun at the former Lenin Shipyard in Gdansk, Poland, Elia Group said.
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Poland and Germany to Cut Russian Pipeline Oil Imports in July
Poland and Germany are set to reduce purchases of Russian flagship Urals crude blend via the Druzhba pipeline this month after Moscow cut its oil output along w…
Poland's Coal Production in May Decreased by 39.5% Year-on-Year
The decline in coal production was mainly due to the spread of COVID - 19, which caused a severe blow to the country's coal industry.