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"Green light" to shine in Ostrołęka

On 5 August this year in Ostrołęka, the "Green Light" social campaign begins. Thanks to the Society for Earth (Towarzystwo na rzecz Ziemi), Workshop for All Beings (Pracownia na rzecz Wszystkich Istot) and the Green Institute (Zielony Instytut), up to 30 least-affluent families in the Ostrołęka poviat (Mazovia province) will receive energy-efficient LED lighting. In this way, the organizations draw attention to the problem of energy poverty, which can be significantly reduced by increasing energy efficiency.

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Worst-case scenario made real - Energa's rating drops because of Ostrołeka C

Worst-case scenario made real - Energa's rating drops because of Ostrołeka C

Signing of a contract for the construction of Ostrołęka C power plant hits Energa. EuroRating agency has downgraded Energa's credit rating from BBB to BBB- and recommends giving up this project.

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The application for annulment of the Ostrołęka C integrated permit- costly consequences of Jan Szyszko’s decision

The application for annulment of the Ostrołęka C integrated permit- costly consequences of Jan Szyszko’s decision

12 July 2018, the Association Workshop for All Beings, with the support from Frank Bold lawyers and the Society for Earth, filed a motion for annulment of the infamous Minister Jan Szyszko’s decision, regarding the extension of the integrated permit for the Ostrołęka C coal power plant, referring to the flagrant breach of law.

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Polish NGOs caution Prime Minister Morawiecki to stop plans for new coal power plant

Polish NGOs caution Prime Minister Morawiecki to stop plans for new coal power plant

On July 12th, 27 major Polish NGOs working on climate protection published an open letter to Poland’s Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. In it, they are asking him to stop the Ostrołęka C coal-fired power plant project.

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NGOs ask utilities' Boards about the future of Polish coal

NGOs ask utilities' Boards about the future of Polish coal

Representatives of Polish NGOs participated in Annual General Meetings of major coal companies and Poland’s largest insurer PZU in order to gain first-hand information on their plans which are shaping Polish energy market. A dose of disregard for the code of good practices regarding communication and investor relations was revealed in these instances.

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