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01.01.2023

Power of electricity produced by power plants connected to the National Power Grid. Net power is the one measured at the grid connection point. It does not include the power required by power plants for their own needs. 

Emissive energy sources: hard coal, lignite, natural gas, biomass, other (oil, coke-oven gas, other unspecified).

Non-emissive energy sources: onshore wind, photovoltaics, hydroelectric power plants (run-of-river, reservoir), energy storage (currently pumped storage).

The data is published by ENTSO-e, but originates from the Transmission System Operator (Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne) on the basis of continuous readings of the power at which the individual units operate.

Electrical system

From June 13, the “live” charts based on data sourced by PSE (generation and load) contain questionable data. More information on our blog.

Electricity production in Poland

in net gigawatts (GW) or percentage, by source

Own representation by energy.instrat.pl • Data: ENTSO-e based on PSE (Transmission System Operator)

Chart description

Power of electricity produced by power plants connected to the National Power Grid. Net power is the one measured at the grid connection point. It does not include the power required by power plants for their own needs. 

Emissive energy sources: hard coal, lignite, natural gas, biomass, other (oil, coke-oven gas, other unspecified).

Non-emissive energy sources: onshore wind, photovoltaics, hydroelectric power plants (run-of-river, reservoir), energy storage (currently pumped storage).

The data is published by ENTSO-e, but originates from the Transmission System Operator (Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne) on the basis of continuous readings of the power at which the individual units operate.

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Important: for 15-minute and hourly aggregations, the time on horizontal axis marks the moment where the interval begins on the clock.
For example, "10:15" means the interval between 10:15 to 10:30.

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