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Energy Market bill - more questions than answers
September 15, 2017   
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Poland's Energy Market bill hits Parliamentary Friday with major uncertainties still hanging over the terms from the EU's package and the threat that CO2 emissions caps will limit the scope of plants eligible for the capacity mechanism.
Brussels insiders tell the daily Parkiet that the EU is more likely to extend Poland a transition period than adjust it hoped-for cap.
Despite the end-user fees, the capacity market could actually reduce end-user electricity costs vis-a-vis the even PLN 1 billion annually in cost threats should Poland not have the reserve capacity on hand, including the direct impact on wholesale prices for power, a report by Compass Lexecon for a Polish power lobby group showed.
A shift towards gas-fired capacity would bear early costs, but pay off longer term, the study showed.
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