Two Polish power companies have established a special-purpose vehicle (SPV) that will represent Poland in talks with South Korea's KHNP on the construction of Poland's first nuclear plant.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has welcomed an agreement with South Korea on the construction of a nuclear power plant, saying that it would strengthen Poland’s energy security and create thousands of jobs.
Poland's PKN Orlen oil and gas company came first in a 2021 ranking of 500 top Central-East European (CEE) firms published on Friday by the Coface insurer.
Poland's gas reserves are fully stocked and gas supplies are taking place according to plan, the climate and environment minister said on Thursday.
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Polska Grupa Energetyczna (PGE) is planning to allocate part of its PLN 3.2 billion (EUR 706 million) new issue of shares for the development of offshore wind farms, Wojciech Dabrowski, PGE CEO, has said.
The Czech Republic has rejected yet another proposal of a compromise over the contested Turow lignite mine that the Czechs claim endangers their ground waters.
Poland has been ordered by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) to pay a fine of EUR 500,000 per day for not halting operations at the disputed Turow open-cast lignite mine, in violation of the EU court's earlier ruling.
Poland's Treasury will take over hard coal and lignite-fired power generation assets as well as lignite mines from energy groups PGE, Tauron and Enea for integration and gradual phasing out, the Ministry of State Assets has said.
Poland's biggest power group PGE and largest refiner PKN Orlen will set up wind farms in the Baltic Sea in cooperation with their foreign partners, the antimonopoly office UOKiK said on Friday.