The Polish citizens’ assembly on energy costs took place in October and November 2022, organised independently by the Shipyard Foundation (Fundacja Stocznia) with the Copernicus Science Center (Centrum Nauki Kopernik). Its purpose is to encourage local and central authorities’ action to fight energy poverty in Poland by producing recommendations on three dimensions of the problem: high energy costs, low income, and low energy efficiency of the buildings. The profile of the assembly increased dramatically with the impact of the Ukraine conflict on energy prices.

The recommendations of the assembly have been translated into English. These are available for download below. KNOCA has summarised the main features of the assembly and is looking forward to organising a learning call in the Spring.

Download the English translation of the conclusions of the Polish citizens’ assembly on energy costs