Nuclear power will be capable of generating 38.4 percent of Poland’s electric power needs by 2043, and should raise the country’s GDP by over 1 percent, a report by the Polish Institute of Economics (PIE) has forecast. The report, titled “Economic aspects of nuclear investment in Poland — influence on business, the labor market and […]
French energy expert: “The post-covid industrial recovery in 2021 occurred at the time of Germany’s wind turbine production drop (-14 percent in 2021). This situation has forced Germany to strongly increase its electricity production with its gas and coal-fired power plants, leading to an explosion in demand for these fossil fuels.”
The European Parliament’s decision on taxonomy in the EU, with nuclear and gas regarded as green sources of energy, is critical for Polish energy sovereignty, argue experts from the Polish Economic Institute
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