GDF SUEZ Energia Polska SA
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GDF SUEZ Energia Polska SA operates the coal-fired 1800 megawatt Polaniec Power Station which it describes as "the fifth largest electricity plant in the country and the largest plant in south-eastern Poland." GDF has proposed the construction of a 180 MW biomass unit at the Polaniec power station.
Leczna Power Station is a proposed 800 MW coal station by GDF SUEZ Energia Polska SA for Poland, near the Ukraine border. As of 2011 there is no visible construction, and the plant may be an alternative for the proposed Lublin Power Station in Poland.
Lublin Power Station is a proposed 136 MW coal station announced in June 2010 by Polska Grupa Energetyczna SA, Poland’s largest power utility and GDF SUEZ Energia Polska SA. Each company will own 50 percent of the plant. It is scheduled to be completed in 2018.
Articles and Resources
- "Poland", GDF SUEZ website, accessed September 2012.
- "ClientEarth Summary Briefing of Analysis of Polish National Investment Plan for Article 10c) ETS Directive application for transitional free allowances," ClientEarth Summary Briefing, July 2, 2012.
- Nathaniel Espino, "Poland’s PGE, GDF Suez Agree to Build Coal-Fired Power Plant" Bloomberg BusinessWeek, June 16, 2010.
- "Creating value and safe future PGE Group Strategy 2012-2035," PGE, Feb. 2012.
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