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Coal could be falling from sky, and Ostrołęka C still would not be viable - new study shows

Coal could be falling from sky, and Ostrołęka C still would not be viable - new study shows

Shortly after the results of Polish capacity market auctions were released, an updated version of the viability study of Ostrołęka C once again showed that burning coal is economic nonsense. Despite a vast subsidy of 2.7 bn PLN (0.6 bn EUR) and 15-year long contract, the unit would still bring no profit at all for the investors.

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Letter from 13 Polish NGOs regarding capacity mechanisms reform

Letter from 13 Polish NGOs regarding capacity mechanisms reform

Ahead of the final trilogue on the electricity Market Design that will take place on 18th December (Tuesday), 13 Polish social organizations which work 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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Minister of Energy finally admits it - Ostrołęka C unnecessary and economically harmful!

Minister of Energy finally admits it - Ostrołęka C unnecessary and economically harmful!

At COP24 in Katowice Minister of Energy Krzysztof Tchórzewski confirms construction of Ostrołęka C power plant to be against Poland's economic and environmental interest. He claims, however, that constructing of this power plant is required for cooperation with the Baltic states. Stop Ostrołęka C coalition comments: no international documents support it.

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Ostrołęka C - Polish government’s contribution to the COP24 Climate Summit in Katowice

Ostrołęka C - Polish government’s contribution to the COP24 Climate Summit in Katowice

The UN Climate Summit COP24 begins on 3 December in Katowice, Poland. Instead of supporting climate protection and innovative solutions, Poland’s contribution to climate policy is the construction of a new coal-fired power plant Ostrołęka C.

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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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