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Areas previously used for mining operation, most of which are of low value for agriculture, are now becoming a place for the development of solar and wind farms
Analytics from Check Point Research revealed that Poland is the leading country in terms of cyber-attacks in the world.
The 5G frequency auction concluded on Oct. 18, 2023. Each of the four major Polish telecom companies (Orange, Play, Plus, T-Mobile) bought one frequency block.
Every Pole who has photovoltaics on his or her roof will strive to install energy storage.
In 2023, Poland considerably increased its contribution to the European Space Agency for the years 2023-2025. New projects for the Polish space sector are ahead
LTG Infra has launched a new tendering procedure for construction of a new double track embarkment, engineering structures and roads.
The Solidarity Transport Hub (STH), presents significant opportunities for U.S. companies interested in engineering and project management.
Poland’s national airline LOT has unveiled a robust strategy for 2024-2028, eyeing nearly 30 percent growth.
This article summarizes a major report assessing the impact of the EU’s Fit for 55 Package settlement on the Polish district heating industry.
The Polish government is liberalizing the so-called 10h rule, which was introduced by the 2016 Distance Law.
Poland’s Ministry of Digitization announced the largest public tender for laptops for school children.
Poland ranks as one of least digitized countries in the EU and lacks a global digitization strategy.
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 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.