Poland should invest EUR 92bn in 20 years in greenhouse gases emission cuts.

By bne IntelliNews December 11, 2009
Poland should invest EUR 92bn in lowering greenhouse gases emission in the next 20 years, according to a report by advisory firm McKinsey, quoted by the media (the report is due to be announced officially later today). This amount includes the costs of developing new technologies and new energy sources, e.g. nuclear plants, efficient waste management systems, or buildings' heating systems. At the same time, new technologies would allow Poland to save EUR 32bn at that time, the Rzeczpospolita daily reported. tom

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