Poland's U-Turn: Gov't Steps Up Efforts to Cut Coal Use

Poland's U-Turn: Gov't Steps Up Efforts to Cut Coal Use
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As Europe prepares a multi-billion-dollar blitz to cut greenhouse gas emissions, a race is on to cash in on the green transformation of its most-polluting member.

Poland, which currently relies on coal for more than 70% of its electricity generation, is stepping up efforts to replace the dirty fuel with renewable energy. As the country finalizes its 2040 energy policy, some of the world's biggest players in renewables are seeking to capture a share of the market.

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