Deloitte: Poland enters the phase of economic expansion

The divergence of economic moods in Poland...

Two Years On: War in Ukraine and Its Global Impact

On February 24, 2022, a full-scale Russian...

Fuel security in Poland requires investment in new storage capacities. The industry is also accelerating its green transformation

The fuel industry has coped well with the disruptions that have affected the Polish market over the last two years. However, fuel security still requires significant effort. Among the...

U.S. Tightens Sanctions on Iran Following Attack on Israel, Affects Oil Market Dynamics

The attack by Iran on Israel last Saturday prompted the United States to tighten...

ORLEN Group reduces CO2 emissions at the Sleipner field in Norway

Another extraction installation for exploiting Norwegian fields by the ORLEN Group has been connected...

Fuel Market Trends in Poland

Last year, the overall demand for liquid fuels in Poland increased by 6%, with...

Poland Breaks Renewables Records, Yet Faces Hurdles: Wind Regulations and Grid Upgrades Needed

In recent times, Poland has been setting successive records in electricity generation from renewable...

Polish Government’s Proposed Maximum Electricity Prices: Legal Concerns and Unequal Treatment of Consumers

"The European Parliament and the Council of the EU directive on common rules for the internal market in electricity has confirmed the prohibition of...

Local Elections in Poland: Climate and Energy Take Center Stage

For several months now, farmer protests have inevitably led to the European Green Deal and other climate and energy issues dominating the campaign before...

Energy Sellers Face Losses in Poland Due to Uncompensated Price Regulation

In the first half of the year, private companies selling electricity may face losses amounting to tens of millions of zlotys due to the...

Local Governments Face Energy & Climate Challenges: EU Rules, Public Demand, and Limited Power

Just over a week remains until the local elections. According to a new report from the Foundation Institute for Sustainable Development, the incoming local...

Heat Pumps: A Promising Future Fueled by Renewables and Policy Shifts

Heat pumps have a promising future. Among many reasons, the expected drop in photovoltaic and energy storage prices is often mentioned. The industry sees...

Energy cooperatives: A promising but underutilized path in Poland’s energy transition

Energy cooperatives and other forms of citizen energy can be the dark horse of the Polish energy transition. However, they still face many barriers,...

There will be no energy transformation without flexible distribution

The European Commission has announced that, in its opinion, Poland is meeting the EU conditions necessary for the release of funds from the National...

From Fossil Fuels to Future Energy: Deloitte’s Outlook on the Evolving Oil and Gas Landscape

The fuel industry entered 2024 in a strong financial position. For the first time in history, global demand for crude oil exceeded 100 million...

Heat Pump Sales Slump in Poland, Industry Calls for Government Action

The previous year was not successful for the heating equipment industry - admits the Polish Organization for the Development of Heat Pump Technology (PORT...

Sanctions Squeeze Russian LNG: Technological Hurdles Threaten Long-Term Viability

Sanctions and technological challenges not only increase costs for the Russian state but also reduce income from gas exports, raising questions about the sector's...

European Union officially bans the use of SF6 gas

On March 11th, a European Union regulation banning the use of fluorinated greenhouse gases (e.g., SF6) came into effect. In Poland, the energy sector...

ORLEN Group and Northland Join Forces for Offshore Wind Farms Management

Energa Wytwarzanie, a company from ORLEN Group, and Northland Power have established Baltic Offshore Service Solution. This will be the first consortium in Poland...

Axpo Polska to buy energy from DIF Capital Partners’ wind farms

Axpo Polska has signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for energy generated from six wind farms in Poland, owned by DIF Capital Partners. The...

Local energy cooperatives could be a solution to energy poverty. They also have the potential to improve women’s situation in the labor market

According to the Institute of Structural Research in Poland, energy poverty affects approximately 1.5 million households. Statistics show that this is also a female...

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