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Hungary and Poland plan nuclear to replace coal

Hungary is now the sixth European country to bring forward its coal phaseout plan, announcing that it will shut its last remaining coal plant in 2025. Meanwhile Poland says its first nuclear power unit will be built in Gdansk and the second one probably at the site of its Belchatów coal plant.

read more... 08/03/2021


Lithuania to start supplying LNG to Poland next year

Lithuanian state-controlled energy company Ignitis Group will start supplying liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Poland next year when a new pipeline between the two countries comes online, its CEO said on Monday.

read more... 02/03/2021


Poland’s LNG Imports Again Jump as Russian Supplies Decline

Poland’s state-owned natural gas company said its liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports totaled 3.76 billion cubic meters (Bcm) in 2020, or 10% more than in 2019.

read more... 11/02/2021


Lithuania, Poland cross-border section of new gas link laid

The gas grids of Lithuania and Poland have now been directly linked after the cross-border section of the under-construction interconnector between the two countries was laid, Lithuanian transmission system operator Amber Grid said Feb. 2.

read more... 04/02/2021


NEA, IFNEC and Poland launch nuclear financing initiative

The OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) has launched an initiative together with Poland's Ministry of Climate and Environment and the International Framework for Nuclear Energy Cooperation (IFNEC) to collaborate on issues of common interest related to innovative nuclear financing. The initiative began with a technical workshop on 14-15 January, which brought together experts from the public, private and academic sectors to discuss a number of fundamental issues pertaining to the financing of nuclear new build.

read more... 28/01/2021