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Poland to spend EUR 330 mln on energy price subsidies: gov't minister

15.10.2021 13:15
Poland will spend PLN 1.5 billion (around EUR 330 million) on subsidies for consumers to offset climbing energy prices, the country’s climate minister said on Friday.
Climate Minister Michał Kurtyka.
Climate Minister Michał Kurtyka.Photo: PAP/Jakub Kaczmarczyk

The measure is expected to cover "almost one in five households" nationwide, Climate Minister Michał Kurtyka told public broadcaster Polish Radio.

"We want to take special care of households in a vulnerable income position," he added.

Kurtyka elaborated that financial support would be offered to the country’s poorest families, “where energy costs make up a significant share of the household budget,” and could come to over PLN 800 a year for large households.

Kurtyka also told Polish Radio that all consumers would be "protected over the winter period" from November 1 to March 31 and “no household will have their electricity turned off.”

The plan also includes support for energy companies “by delaying liabilities so that they can avoid falling into debt,” he said.

(jh/gs)

Source: IAR