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Winter attack caused demand for more power
March 2, 2018   
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Poland has significantly increased its demand for power and natural gas as a result of its recent freezing weather, the daily Rzeczpospolita writes. Natgas inventories have fallen to 47% of total capacity. Electricity prices could have soared to as much as PLN 275/MWh on record demand, according to the freshest estimates cited by senior trader at Fiten Michal Borg.
Demand for electricity rose even more after listed power utility Enea's unit Enea Wytwarzanie reported an eight-hour break in the functioning of the Kozienice plant. Sales of coal rose as well, but the demand in the whole winter period is still smaller than last year, spokesperson for coal traders lobby IGSPW Lukasz Horbacz says.
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