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Capacity market - as means to avoid blackout - PKEE report

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2017.05.22 How to avoid blackouts in Europe? An event at the European Parliament. The Polish Electricity Association and the European Energy Forum. Strasbourg, 16th May 2017

Over 80 participants attended the debate on rationale for implementing a capacity mechanism, organised by the Polish Electricity Association and the European Energy Forum at the European Parliament in Strasbourg on 16th of May....read more

2017.05.12 PKEE’s press release related to the working lunch on the Energy Union Governance, which was held by Ryszard Czarnecki, Vice-President of the European Parliament in cooperation with the Polish Electricity Association (PKEE)

European Parliament is actually deeply involved in the decision-making process on the so-called “Clean Energy Package”. The effective implementation of the discussed proposals will be the key to find the balance between the EU and national energy policies. ...read more

2017.04.11 Comments of the Polish Electricity Association on the revision of the greenhouse gas emissions allowances trading system – impact on the Polish power sector

In recent weeks, professional journals paid a lot of attention to conclusions of the EU Environmental Council of 28 February this year, and the position of the Council agreed at the meeting with respect to key elements of the revised Directive pertaining to the system for greenhouse gas emission allowance trading.The position agreed puts the Polish power sector in a very difficult position....read more

2017.02.21 Comments of the Polish Electricity Association on the proposed EU ETS reform

The legislative proposals adopted recently by the European Parliament concerning the reform of the CO2 emissions allowances trading system – the EU ETS are unfavourable to the electricity sector of all the EU Member States. Therefore, should these proposals be also approved by the EU Council, it will be necessary to provide the countries most exposed to their consequences with additional support....read more

2017.01.25 Why electromobility?

According to statistics of the Polish Central Statistical Office, Poland in the period 2011-2015 paid for the oil import from Russia 76 billion USD (306 bn zlotys). It’s more than Poland received from EU funds - without direct payments for farmers - in the period 2007-2013 (it was 68 billion euro or 297 bn zlotys). ...read more


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