The end of onshore wind turbines in Poland|Jean-Pierre Riou|December 17, 2018
On the eve of COP 24 in Katowice, the 2040 Polish Energy Policy Polityki energetycznej Polski (PEP) was unveiled and will remain in public consultation until 15 January 2019.
While Poland has the privilege of having virtually all of its energy resources on its own soil, it plans an ambitious program to drastically reduce the share of coal to 60% of the electricity mix in 2030 and 30 % by 2040, instead of 80% currently.
The project plans to increase electricity consumption from 165 TWh in 2018 to 232 TWh in 2040.
His presentation highlights the competitive nature of nuclear energy, whose competitiveness must be materialized by the commissioning of 6 additional nuclear power plants starting in 2033 with a new plant every 2 years .
In a forum , Energy Minister…
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