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Almost 20 percent Poles already live in energy poverty. Will renewable energy help them?

Prawie 20 proc. Polaków żyje już w ubóstwie energetycznym. Czy OZE im pomoże?
  • The authors of the study predict that satisfaction with the direction of energy transformation and Poland's participation in this process will increase in society because ecological awareness is increasing.
  • In addition, an economy based on renewable energy is the only way to permanently stop the increase in electricity prices and provide real savings for households.
  • As shown by a study by the consulting company EY "Navigating the energy transformation" from this year, already 19% of Poles experience energy poverty, which means they spend more than 10% of their budget on energy. Can renewable energy change their situation?
  • According to analysts from UCE RESEARCH, a good rating in the above-mentioned issues are raised more often by men than women – 49.4% vs. 42.5%. Mainly people aged 65-74 speak positively – among them – 54.9% with monthly net income above PLN 9,000. PLN – 51%, and with basic vocational education – 53.4%.
  • This usually applies to residents of towns with a population of 20,000 or more. up to 49 thousand population – 54.9%. The opposite opinion is expressed slightly more often by men than women – 30.7% vs. 29.1%.
  • Typically, criticism comes from Poles aged 35-44 or 75-80 – 33.3% each, as well as those earning PLN 5,000-6,999 net per month – 37.5%. Most often, these are people with higher education – 34.8%, as well as residents of cities with over 100,000 inhabitants. up to 199 thousand population – 35.2%.

Currently, 45.9% of Poles believe that Poland is well conducting the process of modifying economies and energy networks to make them more sustainable, i.e. less dependent on fossil fuels, as well as more effective and more beneficial for the climate, public health and the natural environment.

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29.9% of Poles are of the opposite opinion, and 24.2% remain undecided.

This is according to the UCE RESEARCH and DGA report. It is based on research conducted as part of the "Road to employment after coal" project.

I believe that the belief in the good direction of energy transformation and Poland's correct participation in this process will become more and more common. Satisfaction will increase as society becomes more environmentally conscious. He also begins to realize that such actions are necessary. In addition, the determination of the European Union and Poland itself to implement changes efficiently is becoming more and more visible, says Anna Szymańska, one of the co-authors of the study, vice-president of the DGA management board.

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The authors of the study note that Polish mentality has changed significantly in recent years.

We certainly see that Poland's energy economy cannot be based solely on coal. We notice that more and more energy can be produced from renewable sources. At the same time, Poles are receiving hard data on coal. Its resources are running out, production is declining and costs are still rising. Experts warn that the average age of coal-fired power plants is already 50 years, comments Magdalena Francisszczak, the second co-author of the study from DGA.

The lack of reliable information on the energy transformation contributes to a negative approach to renewable energy

According to Anna Szymańska, almost 30% of respondents who negatively assess the process of economic modification reflect social concerns.

In recent years, energy prices have increased, the development of energy from onshore windmills has been blocked, and last year Poland imported approximately 17 million tons of coal. We could also come across a lot of fake news about the energy sector. Data from the "Energy NaPrawdę" campaign from September 2023 show that over 500,000 The Internet entries examined were, to some extent, repeating untruths. I think there is a long way ahead of us to obtain reliable information on this subject, says Anna Szymańska.

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As many as 19% of Poles already experience energy poverty. Can renewable energy change their situation?

According to analysts from UCE RESEARCH, a good rating in the above-mentioned issues are raised more often by men than women – 49.4% vs. 42.5%. Mainly people aged 65-74 speak positively – among them – 54.9% with monthly net income above PLN 9,000. PLN – 51%, and with basic vocational education – 53.4%.

This usually applies to residents of towns with a population of 20,000 or more. up to 49 thousand population – 54.9%. The opposite opinion is expressed slightly more often by men than women – 30.7% vs. 29.1%.

Typically, criticism comes from Poles aged 35-44 or 75-80 – 33.3% each, as well as those earning PLN 5,000-6,999 net per month – 37.5%. Most often, these are people with higher education – 34.8%, as well as residents of cities with over 100,000 inhabitants. up to 199 thousand population – 35.2%.

As shown by a study by the consulting company EY "Navigating the energy transformation" from this year, already 19% of Poles experience energy poverty, which means they spend more than 10% of their budget on energy. In my opinion, the so-called an ordinary person is therefore partly convinced to adopt the energy transformation by the level of wealth in his wallet. In fact, turning to a sustainable economy based on renewable energy is the only way to permanently stop the increase in electricity prices and achieve real savings for households, sums up Magdalena Francisszczak.

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