Poland’s energy market regulator (URE) capped prices for 2012 under 6% despite calls from energy producers for up to 10% increases. A delay in price increases now will make things worse later experts warn, increased costs and Poland’s decaying infrastructure can only be put off for so long.
Sharp energy price increases in 2013 are inevitable as Economy Minister Maciej Kaliski announced that inevitably Poland would have to liberalize its energy prices in the next 12 months.
Energy policy has received a lot of criticism recently, the draft green tariff policy was again delayed again until 2013 and was described as “Shocking Incompetence” at recent renewable energy seminar. Given that Poland is labelled no. 1 environmental polluter in Europe; the government is again accused of being “indifferent” to world climate change and on European policies on the environment both at home and abroad.
July 1 2015 Gdansk
The New PowerCan [right] seen here with the PowerCan 200 [left] is an Updraft Gasifier. “Whilst it comes as some surprise to the Industry Up draft Gasification provides more benefit
SOLIDEA, sp. z o.o. PowerCan200 Team has won a major national award for its environmental innovation. More than 400 candidates from some of Poland’s largest power and engineering companies competed to fund development of their new technologies under GEKON financial sponsorship, with full Polish government support. Good news for PowerCan clients
The production of the new PowerCan
Warsaw 28 February 2014
You could be forgiven for thinking that the Organic Hydrogen Battery here on the left is a glass plant pot filled with wood-chips because that’s exactly what it is. With an Energy Industry desperate to find effective renewable means to store and distribute energy the SOLIDEA Group energy team has been focusing on… Read More