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Eco-friendly transport a priority for Poland: PM

21.11.2019 12:19
Putting more zero-emission vehicles on the roads is a priority for Poland as the country leads the charge in many aspects of electromobility, or a move toward eco-friendly electric transport, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Thursday.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki speaks at the opening of the Global e-Mobility Forum in Warsaw on Thursday.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki speaks at the opening of the Global e-Mobility Forum in Warsaw on Thursday.Photo: PAP/Radek Pietruszka

He was speaking as he opened an international conference in Warsaw focusing on ways of reducing emissions from transport.

Morawiecki told the Global e-Mobility Forum at Warsaw’s National Stadium that his government was determined to support electromobility through measures such as tax incentives and efforts to promote alternative fuels.

He also told those at the conference that his country was the largest producer and exporter of electric buses in the European Union.

The number of electric buses on Polish roads and streets has "increased significantly" during the past several years and the number of charging stations has grown multifold, Morawiecki said.

He added that the Polish automotive industry provided “a strong basis” for the development of environmentally-friendly transportation.

At the end of last year, international decision makers gathered at a UN climate conference in southern Poland adopted a Polish-drafted declaration calling on countries worldwide to increase the role of eco-friendly electric transport.

The Polish prime minister said at the time that his country aimed to pour at least EUR 3 billion into electromobility over the next 10 years.


Source: PAP