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Contract signed for Poland's last investment in coal capacity

July 12th, 2018

Energy Minister Krzysztof Tchorzewski said he hoped that construction of a new 1,000 MW block at Ostrołcka Power Plant in north-eastern Poland, to be the last investment in coal capacity in Poland, would start "as soon as possible". On Thursday, Ostrołeka Power Plant, owned by power utilities Enea and Energa, signed a contract with the general contractors GE Power and Alstom to build a new, 1,000-MW coal-fired power plant. "One of the conditions for stable development is to ensure energy security. The investment will significantly contribute to its increase," Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki wrote in a letter read out at the signing ceremony.


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