PGNiG seeks to adjust its strategy and operational capabilities to make the most of opportunities as they arise.
PGNiG is actively participating in the process of Poland’s energy transition, guided by Poland Energy Policy 2040
(PEP2040) and the European Union’s energy and climate policy. The implications PEP2040 and current global trends offer a great opportunity for PGNiG as it explicitly considers natural gas as a transition fuel which in the coming years is to replace coal, so far a cornerstone of Poland’s energy mix. In order to accelerate the transition of small heat sources used by households, PGNiG OD joined the Clean Air Programme by signing an agreement with the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management in January 2020. PGNiG OD’s role is primarily to verify gas grid access for customers who want to use gas for heating purposes.