DISE is pleased to present you the first in Poland comprehensive study on the role of natural gas in the Polish energy transformation.
We cordially invite everyone interested in this issue to read the Report on our website dise.energy. DISE experts analyze possible variants of transformation paths using natural gas as a transition fuel, set the perspective of achieving climate neutrality and estimate the cost of adopting the European Green Deal in Poland.
“The Lower Silesian Institute for Energy Studies has attempted to develop a scenario of the Polish energy transformation taking into account the role of gas as a fuel in the transformation process. We cordially invite you to read the Report, which was prepared under a grant from the European Climate Foundation. It is an attempt to reconcile two reasons, on the one hand, increasingly stronger green trends resulting from climate policy, and on the other hand, the need to ensure security of supplies and to implement changes in the energy sector, in a socially acceptable model. This compromise reflects the main issues raised in the study. The implementation of the European Green Deal is a combination of two postulates – continuation of economic growth and ending the exploitation of fossil fuel resources. This comprehensive analysis of the role of gas as a transition fuel in the energy sector has been developed by experts representing various fields of science, i.e. law, economy and social sciences, based on current global trends, current economic strategies in the field of energy and climate, and our state of knowledge “- Remigiusz Nowakowski, President of the Management Board of DISE.