What goes on in Poland on the 23rd of December.
The crisis team at the Ministry of State Assets will investigate the causes of insufficient coal stocks in Poland
Maciej Małecki will head the crisis team for monitoring threats in the electricity and gas sectors. The MP and deputy minister of state assets was appointed by the order of the head of his ministry, i.e. Jacek Sasin. A new team will investigate the cause of insufficient coal inventories.
The team is established by the decree of December 22. It is to monitor threats in the power industry caused by low stocks, identify the causes of low stocks, monitor gas prices on the Polish Power Exchange and foreign markets, and recommend actions to counteract threats on the energy market.
The team will also include Piotr Pyzik, responsible for the mining reform, and directors of individual MAP departments.
The trade unions ended their protest at the PGG headquarters
Trade unions who occupied the headquarters of Polska Grupa Górnicza (PGG) since Monday, ended the protest in this form on Wednesday afternoon and left the building. The blockades of the rail shipment of coal from mines to power plants are also coming to an end. The next talks, with the participation of Deputy Minister of State Assets Piotr Pyzik, will take place on December 28.
– Polska Grupa Górnicza announces that on Wednesday, December 22, around At 1:00 p.m., a group of WZZ Sierpień 80 union members who were in the conference room of the PGG Head Office in Katowice left the company’s building. Thus, the protest that began on Monday, December 20, combined with the occupation of the building at ul. Insurgents in Katowice – PGG announced in a press release.
A union protest involving a blockade of coal transport from mines from power plants is also gradually coming to an end. According to PGG information, most of the tracks were unblocked on late Wednesday afternoon.