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    Poland passed a bill setting the selling price of coal [VIDEO]

    The Council of Ministers has passed a bill that sets the selling price of coal to local governments at a maximum level of 1,500 złoty. This means that coal for the end user will be much cheaper.

    Local governments will buy coal at a gross price of 1,500 złoty per ton (the difference will be covered by the government), and then resell it to residents for up to 2,000 złoty after taking into account their costs. The cost of the government grants is about 3 billion złoty. The prime minister added that the stiff electricity tariff for local governments will most likely not apply to 80 but 100 per cent of energy consumption.



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