What goes on in Poland on the 25th of May.
Minister Naimski talks with the British about the nuclear, renewable energy and black hydrogen
Government Plenipotentiary for Strategic Energy Infrastructure Piotr Naimski met the Minister of Economy for the British Embassy James Hughes to discuss the priorities of Poland’s energy policy in the context of Polish-British intergovernmental consultations.
The plenipotentiary’s office informs that minister Piotr Naimski presented the state of advancement of energy supply diversification projects, progress of the Baltic Pipe project, expansion of the LNG terminal, connection of the Central and Eastern Europe region with the North-South Gas Corridor, the nuclear energy development plan and Poland’s position on the EU’s climate neutrality objective 2050.
As potential areas of cooperation with the United Kingdom, also in the context of intergovernmental consultations, Naimski mentioned the exchange of experience in nuclear energy projects implemented in the United Kingdom, energy storage and hydrogen technologies using coal.
Polish PV companies want to build a domestic supply chain
Solar companies from Poland have signed a declaration of cooperation within the Panel of Manufacturers of Solar Equipment “Industrial Panel PV”. In this way, they want to build a national supply chain and Polish contribution to the European Green Deal plan.
– A global pandemic has already highlighted the negative effects of placing most industrial production outside the EU. Disorders in the first quarter of this year. in supply chains starting in Asia, have caused difficulties in implementing investments in renewable energy. The coronavirus crisis has also highlighted in Poland the need to increase industrial resilience and economic security in strategic sectors and future technologies – read the press release.