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 – SEPTEMBER 2022
ENERGY PRODUCTION FROM COAL – 47% of electrical energy (6,4 TWh) produced in September came from hard coal ↗️*
PRODUCTION – 3.8 MT ↘️
SALES – 3.7 MT ↘️
EMPLOYMENT – 74.897 ↗️
HARD COAL RESERVES IN POLAND:
HARD COAL RESERVES AT MINING SITES – 1.09 MT ↗️
HARD COAL RESERVES AT MINING SITES BELONGING TO POWER PLANTS – 0.26 MT ↘️
HARD COAL RESERVES AT POWER PLANTS – 4.99 MT ↗️
COAL PRICE FOR ENERGY GENERATION (PSCMI1) – 628.2 PLN/T ↘️
COAL PRICE FOR HEATING (PSCMI2) – 1508.95 PLN/T ↗️
* Symbols ↗️ and ↘️ represent a rise and a decrease in comparison to the previous month.
Hungry for more data and knowledge about the power industry and coal mining in Poland? Visit Poland’s first open-data energy platform – energy.instrat.pl. It shines light on, among other things: energy production and power losses in individual generating units, a map of Polish power plants and mines, as well as an interactive calculator of energy production costs.
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