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Polish NGOs appeal to the decision makers to stop capacity mechanisms from subsidising coal and enable clean energy transition in Poland

Polish NGOs appeal to the decision makers to stop capacity mechanisms from subsidising coal and enable clean energy transition in Poland

On the eve of the trilogue meeting on the capacity market scheduled for 13 November, Polish social organizations working for environmental and climate protection appeal to Ministers and MEPs to ensure that the power mechanism is not used to support the construction of new coal-fired capacities such as the planned Ostrołęka C power plant in Poland.

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Energy market micromanaged by Minister Tchórzewski hits Polish utilities

Energy market micromanaged by Minister Tchórzewski hits Polish utilities

The condition of Polish energy sector is terrible. Energy utilities are suffering drops in the stock market which can be attributed to Minister Tchórzewski’s attempts to centrally control the energy market to make construction of Ostrołęka C possible.

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Unions' pensions to pay for Ostrołęka C?

Unions' pensions to pay for Ostrołęka C?

Poland’s Minister for Energy Tchórzewski is desperately looking for the missing 3 billions for the construction of Ostrołęka C. His latest idea is to take over 20 billion from the unionists' pension funds.

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Consent to the construction of Ostrołęka C - how to plunge Poland’s least coal dependent utility

Consent to the construction of Ostrołęka C - how to plunge Poland’s least coal dependent utility

On September 3, the Extraordinary General Meeting of Energa, despite the opposition of some shareholders, decided to issue a directional consent for the commencement of the work for the Ostrołęka C power plant. This is to the detriment of the company, shareholders and the society – environmental organizations comment.

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New Polish coal plant to become political poisoned chalice

New Polish coal plant to become political poisoned chalice

As Energa, one of the four largest energy providers in Poland, prepares to greenlight the construction of the EU's last sizeable hard coal plant, a new report is highlighting that it stands no chance of being profitable, leaving the investment looking more like a political fix for Law and Justice MPs ahead of upcoming local elections.

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