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Country Industry Forecast - Social and Infrastructure Analysis for the Polish Energy Industry

 

  • Research Code : 4A98-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : EG00317-EU-DE_02962
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  • Release Date : 23-Sep-2006
  • Region : Europe
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Polish energy profile is dominated by coal as it has huge coal reserves; however it is still not sufficient to satisfy the countrys energy demand. Economic stability, environmental quality, and resource sustainability are shifting Polish consumption trends toward natural gas and renewables. The Polish energy infrastructure is old and is ineffective in meeting the future energy needs, and it in the state of extensive rehabilitation. Infrastructure trends in coal, natural gas, electricity and renewable energy are analyzed. This research service covers key energy social and infrastructure trends and their implications for Polish Energy industry. The base year for this research service is 2005 and the forecast period is from 2006 to 2010.
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