Poland’s biggest utility, PGE, has been advised to quit its flagship coal power project.

Reuters reports that the investment committee of the company has advised the group’s management board not to go ahead with the 900 MW project at Opole on the Czech border.

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But falling electricity prices and weaker demand, linked to Poland’s slowing economy, have raised questions about the profitability of the new investment.

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