“The government party guarantees that energy groups cannot incur losses as a result of the transfer of assets,” Business Alert quoted part of the document.
As written, the August 23 draft provides for an agreement between the government and energy companies PGE (WSE), Tauron (TPE and WSE), Enea (ENA and WSE), Energa (ENG, WSE) and ZE PAK (ZEP). , WSE) – known as contract guarantors – and trade unions on the transformation of mining areas, the lignite mining sector and the energy sector, taking into account the social aspect and energy security.
It assumes the development of low-emission technologies and social protection that will allow the industry to phase out coal within the framework of the National Agency for Energy Security (NABE).
The project demonstrates that NABE will participate in the capacity market and be responsible for, among other things, lignite mining, power and heat generation, as well as selling to end users.
BiznesAlert has announced that the government intends to introduce laws aimed at separating coal assets. They must regulate the creation of NABE, compensation and NABE resources, operating financing, investments, and social protection.
The law is the creation of the Polish Energy Transfer Fund to finance NABE. Its resources should come from the national and European budget (the Equitable Transition Fund, the Reconstruction Fund, etc.). Funds will also be allocated from the sale of carbon dioxide emissions allowances.
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