The head of the climate ministry participated in the meeting of government representatives with the National Committee of NSZZ Solidarność. The topics discussed included support for energy-intensive enterprises and increases for the budgetary sector. – We are planning an energy supplement for users of heat pumps and classic radiators – announced the Minister of Climate and Environment Anna Moskwa. It will be scheduled in a law that has been included in the government’s work schedule.
Anna Moscow described the meeting with the management of “Solidarity” as “very good”. As she said, 80 percent. The talks focused on the problem of rising energy prices. During the meeting, the minister presented all solutions and protection programs implemented by the government and what the European Union is planning.
Putin is shaping prices, said Minister Moscow. The EU plans to remove gas from the pricing system, but that is not enough, she added. The Polish side proposes a mechanism to make prices independent of raw material markets. Poland is in favor of setting the maximum price for imported gas, and Belgium supports us, she said.
– Our mechanism, which we propose, is very simple. In the first phase, it is an analysis of all the bids that affect, determining the manufacturing price, i.e. looking at the inside of this tariff and looking at the actual manufacturing price. Then determining this average price in the market and differentiating these costs between different sources, Moscow said.
As the head of the climate ministry recalled, Poland in the European arena is in favor of reforming the ETS system, which would involve on suspending the entire system, returning to the price forecast by the European Commission, or releasing free allowances for energy or heating.
– Once again, I asked the head of the European Commission to suspend the ETS program – said the chairman of “Solidarity” Piotr Duda after a meeting with government representatives, declaring his full support for the postulates concerning the ETS.
Mainly Colombian coal flows into Poland. It is screened and made available to coal depots. Then it goes to energy companies. About 30 percent. screened, coarser coal goes to households.
As for the labor market, the head of Solidarity spoke about the necessity to introduce increases in the area of public finances. The Minister of Labor, Marlena Maląg, mentioned the double indexation provided for by the government, fourteenth pensions and stressed the need to fight unemployment.