Poland's power market potential

Liquidity on Poland’s power market has boomed in the past year and the government hopes to boost volumes further by forcing integrated generators to trade on-exchange. However, its plans have met a mixed response, finds Roderick Bruce

Carbon market prices in Poland and Estonia emissions win

Carbon traders remain optimistic about the market's outlook despite the ruling by the European Union’s Court of First Instance to allow Poland and Estonia to increase their emissions allowances for the second phase of Europe’s emissions trading scheme…

Climbing the competition Pole

The Polish government hopes to boost competition in the electricity market through a controversial securitisation plan that it will use to buy out long-term contracts between generators and the transmission grid operator. Maria Kielmas reports

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