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LTG Infra has launched five public tenders for design and design supervision services.
In 2022, number of cyberattacks grew significantly in Poland. Private, but also public sector – administration, hospitals, banking and other have been a target.
The Polish space sector has been developing rapidly since Poland’s accession to the European Space Agency in 2012.
LTG Link has begun consultations with market participants on purchase of 10 or 14 high speed passenger trains to be used from 2028.
LTG Infra has launched a new tendering procedure for construction of a new double track embarkment, engineering structures and roads.
Poland consultations for 5G auction will last until January 31, 2023. Provisions on high-risk suppliers not included.
Poland signed an agreement with the National Comprehensive Cancer Network of American oncology centers on cancer treatment, research & education.
LOT Polish Airlines has signed an intertwine agreement with U.S. carrier JetBlue Airways, creating new opportunities for travel and tourism businesses.
The U.S. Congress approved the transfer of USD288.6 million to Poland as part of Foreign Military Financing.
According to various estimates, Poland has the potential to produce as much as 8 billion cubic meters of biomethane, or 30.5 TWh of electricity, from biogas.
In light of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Poland will increase defense spending to 3% of GDP and more than double the number of troops.
Gdańsk, the largest port in the Baltic Sea, is undergoing construction of a deep-water quay for container ships.
Electromobility is accelerating in Poland. Unfortunately, the available charging infrastructure is not keeping up with the growing demand.
By 2050, Poland may become one of the most competitive producers of green hydrogen in the European Union.
Heat pumps are an attractive alternative to fossil fuels for heating private households. Poland’s annual heat pump market is worth $500 million.