Polish Electricity Association is deeply concerned about some technical screening criteria inside taxonomy regulation.
– We are strongly against putting a 100 g CO2/kWh threshold on emission for electricity generation using gaseous and liquid fuels as it excludes this activity from being regarded as sustainable – argues PKEE. – We are strongly against putting a 100 g CO2/kWh threshold on emission for a production and cogeneration of heat/cool from gaseous and liquid fuels as it excludes this activity from being regarded as sustainable.
According to PKEE, all investments in electricity grid infrastructure, even in systems which are not fully decarbonised, should be defined as sustainable to support further electrification and transition. – The proposed classification based on the emissivity of connected generators does not seem relevant. Instead, the improvement of reliability and efficiency of the network should be assessed – states the organization with members from Polish state electricity sector.
Polish Electricity Association/Wojciech Jakóbik