The credit rating agency noted that new legislation signed on Tuesday, June 28 creates disincentives for new investment in Polish energy production. For Moody’s the immediate effect will be less investment in Polish energy infrastructure, which could undermine energy security as the country is expected to decommission some of its conventional electricity plants. For the EU, the law clashes with renewable energy objectives.

By reducing the role of renewables in its energy mix, Poland could go ...

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