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The report presents the state of energy transition in Poland. The Polish economy is still almost exclusively dependent on fossil and solid fuels, mostly coal, but also oil, gas and biomass, while alternative resources count for only a negligible portion of the country’s total energy supply. By and large, Poland is seen as a laggard compared to other EU Member States with regard to the energy transition - and the data presented in this report confirm such conclusions. However, Poland’s present, very early stage of energy transition should also be seen as an opportunity and the country may have the biggest potential to improve in the EU.