The system of selling coal by municipalities at a preferential price will be maintained permanently, although adjustments are possible, according to “Dziennik Gazeta Prawna”. He adds that this is indicated by the ideas that are currently being considered in the government.
As we read, the government does not rule out adjustments to the current coal distribution system. “It is possible that municipalities will be able to collect coal not only from one of the designated importers, but even from several, and over time they will also buy it from private landfills” – we read. A member of the government quoted by the newspaper says that “in this edition we will not involve private importers in the system, but perhaps in the future it will be possible, it is being considered”.
Long-term coal sales system
“DGP” explains that it is about thickening the coal distribution network in the event of further crises with the availability of the raw material. “Proponents of this concept emphasize that the local government coal distribution system exerted such a strong price pressure on the private market that companies also began to offer the raw material at better prices” – we read.
“Not everyone in the government is yet convinced of this concept,” the newspaper wrote. – First, let the state sell what it ordered itself in the intervention mode, and then let’s consider allowing others to enter the system – indicates one of the interlocutors of “DGP” and points out that the state importer is also more predictable than the entity from the private market, where speculation.
As we read, local governments have doubts about the operation of the distribution system. “In their opinion, there are places where coal is missing (…) or places like Dąbrowa Górnicza, where there is too much coal and it is not known what to do with it” – the newspaper points out. “Our interlocutors from the government reject the allegations of local government officials, e.g. regarding shortages of raw material. – It is impossible to deliver the entire order to every commune in Poland at once. The system is designed so that coal is delivered successively and evenly,” a government official points out. DGP.
The newspaper reminds that state-owned companies have so far imported about 14 million tons of coal for households, energy and heating. “However, it must be borne in mind that it is unsorted coal, so in reality 6-7 million tons will be able to go to farms, and the rest to the energy industry” – we read. “DGP”, citing sources in the government, indicates that about 90 percent has already been delivered. of the ordered raw material.