‘Our systems are connected with the Gaz-System systems. Even if we have money, we do not always have enough time to meet the expectations of the interested parties. The full investment process between PSG and Gaz-System takes around 36 months. Therefore, many entities (e.g. heat plants) are disappointed that the connection can be made only several years later, but certain processes simply cannot be accelerated’, he explained.
The PSG's operational board member also spoke about the business side of the gasification process. ‘Unfortunately, there are municipalities without access to a gas connection now and in the near future due to the lack of investment profitability. However, we are trying to ensure that Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego starts a program that will support the implementation of unprofitable gas supplies’, said the PSG representative.
The expected shortage of contractors may also be a problem. ‘If money is found, there may be difficulties in the contractor market. The investment boom causes delays in construction work. To address this problem, we have already loosened the regulations on the admission of companies to investments. There are many challenges, but we are doing our best to overcome them’, Jakub Kowalski summed up.