Poland vows to keep controversial lignite mine open after top EU court levies €500k daily fine

Published 19:20 on September 20, 2021  /  Last updated at 19:20 on September 20, 2021  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Poland has vowed to continue extracting coal at its Turow mine after being ordered by Europe's top court to pay daily fines of €500,000 to the European Commission over the government's refusal to adhere to an earlier ruling.

Poland has vowed to continue extracting coal at its Turow mine after being ordered by Europe’s top court to pay daily fines of €500,000 to the European Commission over the government’s refusal to adhere to an earlier ruling.

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