In the middle of each month, we publish a set of key statistics on the coal market in Poland at www.instrat.pl/en and energy.instrat.pl Twitter account. The data is published with a 1.5-month delay, following announcements by the Energy Market Agency and the Industrial Development Agency, Katowice Branch.
DATA – April 2023
ENERGY PRODUCTION FROM COAL – 78% of electricity produced in April came from emissive fuels, out of which 39% from hard coal.
PRODUCTION – 3.53 MT ↘️*
SALES – 3.34 MT ↘
EMPLOYMENT – 75 538 ↗️
HARD COAL RESERVES IN POLAND (TOTAL) – 10.25 MT ↗️
HARD COAL RESERVES AT MINING SITES – 1.93 MT ↗️
HARD COAL RESERVES AT MINING SITES BELONGING TO POWER PLANTS – 0.48 MT ↗️
HARD COAL RESERVES AT POWER PLANTS – 7.84 MT ↗️
COAL PRICE FOR ELECTRICITY GENERATION (PSCMI1) – 705 PLN/T ↘
COAL PRICE FOR HEATING (PSCMI2) – 1072 PLN/T ↗️
* Symbols ↗️ and ↘️ represent a rise or a decrease in comparison to the previous month. = means marginal or no difference.
Hungry for more data and knowledge about the power sector and coal mining in Poland? Visit Poland’s first open-data energy platform – energy.instrat.pl. There, you will find i.a. data on national generation capacity and electricity production, specific generation units, databases of Polish power plants and coal mines, as well as prices of electricity or CO2 emission allowances.
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