Coal fired capacity: Poland’s transition away from coal not so easy

Poland relies heavily on coal (almost 65%) as a source of energy. As the country’s energy production seeks to rely more on the energy generated by renewable sources, the energy mix faces periods of oversupply, especially during the summer and deficits in electricity production in winter seasons. Source: AD Little

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