Economy and Energy News

Mar
02

Clean Coal Technologies – unreal vision of rescuing Polish coal

Shock will await the Polish energy sector in the years to come, which can strongly affect the public opinion. Rescue plan for the Polish mining sector based on clean coal technologies is a slogan which has nothing to do with the current  financial and technical capabilities. It is possible that we will have to buy energy from the neighbours.  They are forecasts, which have been presented at a seminar organised by the Casimir Pulaski Foundation.  The special guest of the discussion was Professor Konrad Świrski . Coal has no chance to meet EU standards. The main problem Poland faces is the EU climate policy, which sets the framework for the […]

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Jul
08

‘Behind the cyber attacks stand modern systems and the huge amounts of money – with that scale of the threat, Poland has no possibilities to deal with them.’

The risk of attack on critical infrastructure, including power stations and energy networks has so far been underestimated. This was shown in the lack of cooperation of the particular institutions, the low awareness of the threat and small funds allocated for security program. Poland, as well as most European countries, do not protect their critical infrastructure sufficiently – concluded panelists participating in “Cybersecurity of the energy sector” conference organized by the Casimir Pulaski Foundation. For the last two decades, operators of critical infrastructure in Poland have underestimated cyber threats. Nobody would have imagined that cyber attack could neutralize all security levels applicated in power stations or transmission lines. In recent […]

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Mar
05

Polish-Chinese cooperation – the subject of the second meeting of the cycle „China – new power!”

The economic cooperation between Poland and China was the subject of the second meeting of the cycle “China – new power”. Amongst the debaters were representatives of the Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency, the Ministry of Economy, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Casimir Pulaski Foundation.                The second meeting of the cycle “China –  new power!” was held at the public library on Koszykowa street in Warsaw on the 27th of February 2014. The debate concerned the question “Does Poland make use of the opportunities arising from the economic cooperation with China?”. Among the participants of the debate were Wojciech Piwowarski from the Polish Information and Foreign […]

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