Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Coal-Fired-Power-Stations-in-Poland-27MZIFLA17MV.htmlConceptually similarCoal Fired Power Stations in PolandGP01P1GCompleted★★★★Coal Fired Power Stations in PolandGP01P1RCompleted★★★★Power Plant Outflow Pipe in PolandGP01P1HCompleted★★★★Coal Fired Power Stations in PolandGP01P1ICompleted★★★★Coal Fired Power Stations in PolandGP01P1JCompleted★★★★Coal Fired Power Stations in PolandGP01P1KCompleted★★★★Coal Fired Power Stations in PolandGP01P1MCompleted★★★★Coal Fired Power Stations in PolandGP01P1NCompleted★★★★Coal Fired Power Stations in PolandGP01P1PCompleted★★★★View AllGP01P1LCoal Fired Power Stations in PolandTwo coal fired power stations built 10 to 15 Kilometres apart, near Konin. Patnòw and Konin plants, both built in 1945. Patnòw was expanded in 2007. The plants burn Lignite, known as 'brown coal' which is extracted locally via vast open cast pits situated in the Konin area. Poland is dependent on coal for 93% of it's power capacity, via electricity from generation from coal fired power plants such as this.Locations:Central Europe-Konin-PolandDate:18 Nov, 2008Credit:© Greenpeace / Nick CobbingMaximum size:2912px X 4368pxKeywords:Air pollution-Chimneys-Climate (campaign title)-Industrial landscapes-KWCI (GPI)-Patnów Coal Fired Power Station-Power PlantShoot:Coal Industry in PolandA documentary of the several coal mines and power plants in and around Konin, Poland and the people whose lives they encroach upon.