The company's goal is based on developing clean energy, as by 2025 investments are planned for wind farms on land, solar farms and involvement in the construction of offshore wind farms.
Specifically, Tauron considers the sale of shares in the Stalowa Wola power plant and PGE EJ1, as well as seeking buyers for the Janina Coal Mine and the TAURON Ciepło heating company.
Jarosław Broda, vice president of the management board of TAURON Polska Energia for asset management and development commented
Planned investments in renewable energy sources with a total capacity of 1200 MW and replacement of depleted blocks by putting a block of 910 MW in Jaworzno into use will help reduce the TAURON Group's emission intensity by over 20% by 2025 and by more than 50% by 2030.
This 'green' decision is in line with the company's strategy for 2016-2025, adding that market verification will now be conducted to examine the possibilities.
Poland has set plans to develop 8GW of offshore wind energy in the Baltic Sea by 2035. The country could receive first offshore wind power by 2025 through the Polenergia Bałtyk III project developed by Polenergia and Equinor.