Energy company PKN ORLEN will not invest in Ostrołęka C as a coal-fired project. Ostrołęka C is the last of the new coal plant under construction in Poland.
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The future of coal has darkened considerably with energy company PKN ORLEN announcing that it will not invest in Ostrołęka C as a coal-fired project.
On 20 November 2019, Polish energy company Tauron announced that its Stalowa Wola (250MW) coal plant will retire by 2021 […]
PGE has omitted its Gubin lignite mine project from its 2019 financial report, signalling that it has abandoned the project.
Polish state-owned energy company PGE has omitted the Gubin coal mine project from its latest financial report, confirming in this way that it has been shelved.
This briefing paper presents an analysis in achieving a coal phase-out from PGE in line with the climate targets of the UN Paris Climate Agreement.
Polish energy companies Enea SA and Energa SA have suspended financing for Ostrołęka C, the last coal plant under construction in Poland.
Polish authorities have controversially rubber-stamped an environmental permit for the expansion of PGE’s Turów open-pit lignite mine.
Joanna Rostek is a retired designer from Rybnik, home of the third most polluting plant in PGE’s fleet. She’s a […]