New trends in Polish power industry
Poland’s power industry is presently facing new challenges which stem from significant changes underway on the market. In Europe, conventional power plants suffer a decline in profitability as their position is undermined by renewable energy sources. Distribution firms are affected by instability of generation sources, while sellers need to tackle the new model of consumer behaviour, shows a report prepared by consultancy PwC and ING BSK bank.
Minister Andrzej Czerwiński visiting Azoty Group
Andrzej Czerwiński, Minister of Treasury, participated in fitting the cornerstone for the second Mechanical Fertiliser Granulation system in Tarnów. This is a start of a huge investment programme, the third one in almost ten-year history of the company in Mościce in Tarnów. It will serve to improve ammonia production capacity and create a fertiliser silo.
The Ministry of Treasury supports organisation of the World Youth Day
Over 6 thousand accredited journalists, 150 TV stations and about 25 million pilgrims may participate in the World Youth Day attended by Pope Francis in Poland. In the Ministry of Treasury there was another meeting held of the working group for media services, promotion and visa easements for the World Youth Day Krakow 2016 during which the status of preparatory works and the plan of action for the months to come were discussed.
Poland's rail construction market to grow above PLN 6 bln in 2015
Construction output value in the Polish rail segment will exceed PLN 6 bln in 2015, consultancy PMR predicts in the report “Rail construction in Poland in 2015-2020. Investments – Companies – Statistics – Forecasts – Prices.”