Greenpeace says its activists climbed cranes at the Polish port of Gdansk to block the unloading of imported coal, calling
Poland has won a European Union court ruling that limits Russian control of the pipeline that will link to the
The United Nations says that the increasing use of coal in Asian countries is undermining international efforts to fight climate
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has stressed the importance of the country’s energy independence during Second World War commemorations in Poland.
A regional Polish court has overruled last year’s decision by the state-run utility Enea to join a scheme to build
Polish MPs have adopted measures to compensate employers struggling to cope with rising electricity bills as European Union carbon emission
Poland reportedly says it wants the right to appoint an important commissioner in exchange for Polish support for Germany’s Ursula
The European Commission’s proposal for a bloc-wide 2050 zero-net-emissions target failed to garner unanimous approval after Poland, Hungary, the Czech
The main Polish opposition alliance has vowed to end coal power by 2040 as it launched its general election campaign
Construction of Poland’s controversial Polnoc power station has been cancelled by the Polish Supreme Administrative Court. The decision, which concludes
Oil flows to Poland through Russia’s Druzhba pipeline resumed yesterday (Thursday) after being suspended again this week due to the
Donald Trump is exerting more pressure on Germany to abandon the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline from Russia, even as
Poland has partially resumed imports of Russian oil through the previously contaminated Druzhba pipeline, according to Poland’s pipeline operator Pern.
European Union member states should accelerate the move towards renewables by phasing out of coal use, argued environment groups Climate
Russia and Poland said crude oil imports through the Soviet-era Druzhba pipeline could resume within 2½ weeks amid ongoing concerns