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In this section you can find selected articles in English.
Investors are quietly confident as Poland counts down to a new auction system that the government and energy authorities hope will help ramp up the nation’s wind power production capacity as of January 1st 2016.
Poles living abroad could help build a Polish Silicon Valley, says Maria Olsson, a Polish businesswoman and scientist based in Sweden. In fact, a plan is already in place.
The time for rallies has ended and the time for decisions has arrived, although what would be the most needed is a period of solid debate involving the best experts.
It’s been a long wait, but Poland looks set to start receiving gas through the LNG terminal in Świnoujście in north-west Poland. This will happen after obtaining all required documents to receive transport gas from the...
The European Union introduces the so-called Market Stability Reserve. This is bad news for Poland, because it means an increase of energy prices.
“The reluctance of the scientific community to cooperate with business is not due to bad intentions, but the young scientists' need to focus on the development of their careers in order to ensure the existence of their...
With only several weeks to go before new legislation kicks in, Poland's biggest power producers are upping the stakes in their attempts to go green. Or perhaps to show willing.
According to official statistics, number of Russian poor people has reached 22 million. The percentage of Russians living below the poverty line is 15.9 per cent in Q1’2015.
"More than 400 professionals are leaving every day. In the last year 150,000 highly qualified citizens left the country in search of work." – writes The Telegraph, accusing the government of a lack of policies to stop...
30,000 companies in Poland pay a total of PLN 3bn in additional taxes for employment of disable, but the majority of disabled people are not looking for an employment.