Orlen will expand and modernise its Mažeikiai oil refinery.
The use of public funds to support the mining sector could fall foul of EU state aid rules, warn legal experts at a climate NGO.
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The Supreme Audit Office (NIK) says the officials unlawfully tried to organise a postal election last year.
NIK has already notified prosecutors of potential crimes.
The move is intended to boost investment in greener forms of energy.
The government has sent a delegation to meet union leaders.
We must meet requirements “imposed on us by European policy”, says the deputy prime minister.
Poland’s biggest state-owned refiner has received the EU’s go-ahead to acquire a smaller rival.
The government says it is hard to break into a market dominated by large foreign firms.
Poland recorded its highest daily number of new cases, with the majority in Silesia.
The consequence is higher energy costs, with Poland generating 80% of power from coal.
Poland’s postal election enveloped in confusion as government pushes ahead before legislation passed
The government has begun organising a postal election, despite the relevant legislation not yet being passed.
Poland is sluggish in reducing coal generation, as it relies heavily on Russian imports.