New Report Available: Poland Power Report Q2 2013
BMI View: Coal accounts for, and will continue to account for, the majority of Poland's electricity generating capacity, but pressure from the EU to reduce carbon emissions means that the country must look to low-carbon alternatives in the future.
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“Dimitri at the races in Russia”
Since: Jan 10
#1 Mar 1, 2013
EU should pressure these dumb Polaks to reduce pollution. Dumb Polaks use black coal in their power plants.
#2 Mar 1, 2013
Yes. Coal needs to be removed. Ukrainkas will suffer for it since one million of those peasants still work at those stinky coal mines in Donets while their kholkhoznik superiors skip on paying the dummies a proper salary for days work.
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