Weekly review of information from the RES sector

Biogas: The draft act on facilitating the preparation and implementation of investments in the field of agricultural biogas plants, which assumes facilitations in the investment process and facilitating the use of the local substrate, has been submitted for arrangements and consultations, according to information on the Government Legislation Center website.

Biogas: Taking into account raw materials from agricultural and food processing, the potential for biogas production may be even twice as high as the previously assumed over 7.8 billion m3 of agricultural biogas per year (2,000 MW), estimates the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MRiRW).

PEP2040: The draft amendment to the Polish Energy Policy until 2040 has been included in the list of legislative and program works of the Council of Ministers, according to the list. The government plans to adopt it in Q2.

PEP2040: Energy production from renewable energy sources (RES) and nuclear energy will account for approx. 74% of the total energy production in Poland in 2040, according to the assumptions of changes to the State Energy Policy 2040, adopted by the Ministry of Climate and Environment (MKiŚ) .

Energy transmission: Increasing the load capacity of the line from 40 degrees Celsius to 60 or 80 degrees Celsius is the simplest and cheapest way to increase transmission capacity, according to the report “More RES in the grid”, published by the Polish Wind Energy Association (PWEA).

Climate Bulletin: Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S), presents a monthly climate bulletin. Last month was the second warmest March in the world. Sea ice concentrations were well below average in all parts of the Southern Ocean. In March 2023, it was wetter than average in the west-northeast belt across northern Europe and over Turkey.

Energa: Energa Obrót – a subsidiary of Energa from the PKN Orlen Group – sold 40.22% of energy from renewable sources in 2022 compared to 35.16% a year earlier, the company said.

Onde: The Management Board recommends that the general meeting allocate the net profit for 2022, in the amount of PLN 17.53 million, in its entirety to supplementary capital, the company announced.

DB Energy: Allocated 415,000 of newly issued series D shares, with an issue price of PLN 26, the company announced. This means that the company acquired PLN 10.79 million gross. The reduction rate in the retail investor tranche was 24.26%.

Columbus Energy: The Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) admitted and introduced all shares of Columbus Energy to trading on the regulated market as of April 12 and delisted the shares from trading on the NewConnect market, the company announced.

Sunex: Recorded PLN 81.7 million in sales revenue in Q1 2023, an increase of 71.12% y/y, the company announced. The final value of sales revenues for Q1 2023 may slightly decrease after issuing discounts for timely payment for goods and products delivered.

Daikin Industries: Daikin Europe N.V. – a subsidiary of Daikin Industries based in Osaka – started the construction of a heat pump factory in Łódź worth EUR 300 million and committed to creating 3,000 jobs. jobs by 2030, the company said. Construction is scheduled to be completed in April 2024, and the new factory will start operations in July 2024. It is the largest foreign investment in Poland in recent years.

Rafako: He sees his future, among others on the nuclear energy market and in the modernization of coal-fired units with a capacity of 200 MW, said President Radosław Domagalski-Łabędzki. He reminded that first, however, the settlement with Tauron must enter into force, and the shareholders must agree to the issue of shares, which will allow for debt relief and open the prospect of MS Galleon, an industry investor, entering Rafako.

Polenergia: Shareholders decided at the general meeting to increase the company’s share capital by up to PLN 24 million by issuing up to 12 million AB series shares with a nominal value of PLN 2 each with pre-emptive rights for existing shareholders, the company announced. The shares will be issued in a closed subscription.

Famur: The Katowice-Wschód District Court in Katowice, 8th Commercial Division of the National Court Register changed the articles of association of Famur, as a result of which the company began operating under the name Grenevia, the company announced.

Global Hydrogen: The supervisory board appointed a new president of the management board, Daniel Zawadzki, and Józef Neterowicz, to whom it entrusted the function of vice president. A company listed on NewConnect, which develops technologies in the green energy industry, has also acquired 100% of shares in Emperial Energy Klaster Sp. z o.o., which is the coordinating entity of the Southern Podkarpacie Energy Cluster. These changes will allow Global Hydrogen to develop its activities on the market of alternative energy sources.


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