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Thursday, 7 March 2013

Common EU energy market guarantees security

  |   Meeting of energy market experts in the Presidential Palace Meeting of energy market experts in the Presidential Palace Meeting of energy market experts in the Presidential Palace Meeting of energy market experts in the Presidential Palace Meeting of energy market experts in the Presidential Palace Meeting of energy market experts in the Presidential Palace Meeting of energy market experts in the Presidential Palace

A common EU energy market is in Poland's interest because it guarantees energy security, concluded participants in a Thursday meeting of energy market experts in the Presidential Palace in Warsaw.

 

Special guest at the session was Lithuanian Energy Minister Jaroslav Neverovic. Also attending were Economy Ministry officials, MPs, energy industry representatives and the head of Poland's Energy Regulatory Authority (URE).

 

Neverovic stressed Polish and Lithuanian determination to launch the electricity bridge between Poland's Elk and Lithuanian Alytus by the end of 2015 from 500 mega watts in 2015 to 1000 mega watts in 2020.

 

Speaking to PAP Neverovic stressed that Poland and Lithuanian "slightly differed on the degree of the implementation of separate stages of the project.

 

Presidential aide Olgierd Dziekoński told PAP that the meeting centred on the functioning of the energy market and the effects for Poland's energy branch of the 2014 introduction of a common European energy market.

 

Dziekoński said Poland stood for the common market project as it guaranteed energy security and economic stability.

 

The common European energy market is the follow-up on the 2011 third Energy Package comprising EU directives on gas and electric power. The common market will aim to keep energy prices down to a minimum and raise service and supply quality. (PAP)

 

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