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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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Dividend not for shareholders. Will it finance Ostrołęka C?

Dividend not for shareholders. Will it finance Ostrołęka C?

ENEA and ENERGA have suspended payments of the dividends for 2017. Representatives of the Association Workshop for All Beings participated in the Annual General Meetings (AGM) of these utilities to confirm whether these funds will be used to finance the Ostrołeka C coal power plant and to ask questions about its profitability. ENEA refused to answer, ENERGA declared to respond within 14 days.

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Energy-related soap opera. Who will really win at the tender for the construction of Ostrołęka C?

Energy-related soap opera. Who will really win at the tender for the construction of Ostrołęka C?

June 22, 2018, GE Power signed a letter of intent for cooperation in the construction of Ostrołęka C Power Plant with Polimex-Mostostal S.A., a Polish company which had lost the tender. Biznes Alert reveals close links between Polimex and project owners: Energa and Enea.

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Ostrołęka C’s owner: no turning back from renewables

Ostrołęka C’s owner: no turning back from renewables

Mirosław Kowalik, President of the Board of ENEA - the investor of the Ostrołęka C power plant, admits that the future of the energy sector lies in renewables. ‘Most probably we will carry out our transformation in the same direction as Germany has but we are going to need more time’ – says Kowalik.

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Minister Tchórzewski, Poland can afford renewables!

Minister Tchórzewski, Poland can afford renewables!

The Minister for Energy Krzysztof Tchórzewski believes that renewable sources of energy should be treated as a form of health expenditure. He fears, though, that Poland is a country too poor to invest in environmentally- and health-friendly energy.

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