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Radio ZET: Not all Poles will be able to buy an alternative to Russian coal

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Polish authorities have been able to find a replacement for Russian coal, but not all residents of the country will be able to buy an alternative, Radio ZET reported.

Rafal Gavin, head of the Energy Regulatory Authority (ERE), said Poland would not have a coal shortage. There will be enough raw materials for the whole winter, but not everyone will be able to buy it due to the high cost.

“Another thing is the price. “The government has set marginal prices to prevent their unreasonable growth,” he said.

Coal will be sold at a cost not exceeding 2,000 zloty (more than 27,000 rubles) per ton. The corresponding maximum amount was set by the Polish authorities to prevent an even greater increase in prices.

Against the background of the energy crisis, residents of EU countries are beginning to actively save electricity and fuel. “FederalPress” writes that such a trend is observed, especially in Germany.

Source: Riafan

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