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.
Tauron, a leading Polish power company, has signed an agreement with two foreign partners to prepare the construction of wind farms on the Baltic Sea, the company said in a news release on Tuesday.
The State Treasury is to purchase 100 percent of shares in Poland's special purpose company PGE EJ1, owned by three power firms PGE, Enea and Tauron, and copper company KGHM. PGE EJ1 is to prepare the design and construction of the country's first nuclear power plant.
Revealed today, the new electric cars from ElectroMobility Poland features state-of-the-art technology, are capable of reaching 0 to 100 km/hr in less than eight seconds, can go up to 400 km on a single charge, and users can “communicate” with the vehicles using either apps, LCD touchscreens or their voice.
The Tauron Group is to build a 5-MW photovoltaic farm at the site of the former Jaworzno I Power Station, in southern Poland, the firm has announced in a press release.
The construction of Poland's first electric car plant will cost PLN 2 bln (EUR 466 mln), PAP was told by Piotr Zaremba, CEO of special-purpose company ElectroMobility Poland (EMP). As many as 17 potential locations are being taken into account, Zaremba added.
The Polish Electricity Association (PKEE) is organising a series of conferences on the proposed power market in various European capitals, and the first event was held in Madrid on Tuesday.