Poland's lawmakers vote in favour of energy bill in early test of green shift

Poland's parliament on Wednesday voted in favour of an amended bill to freeze energy prices put forward by Donald Tusk's newly-formed coalition as it seeks to tackle an early challenge to its policies to introduce greener energy and replace coal.

The liberal Civic Coalition (KO) grouping, which looks poised to take power after an election in October, last week laid out the details of a plan to make renewable power the main source of Polish electricity by the end of the decade.

It prompted an angry response from outgoing Law and Justice (PiS) party, which has favoured coal that accounts for around 70% of Polish power, and stalled the development of wind generation.

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