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Electricity demand impacts from coronavirus in Poland 2020

Although the first coronavirus case in Poland was confirmed on 4 March 2020, it was only in the last ten days that the crisis gradually paralyzed the country. Between 16 and 22 March, the demand for electricity in Poland decreased by four percent compared to the previous week. The highest drop was recorded on Thursday, 19 March. Between 16 and 22 March 2020, the demand for electricity in Poland decreased by four percent compared to the previous week. The highest drop was recorded on Thursday, 19 March.
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Electricity demand daily change from coronavirus (COVID-19) in Poland as of March 2020*

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Source

Release date

March 2020

Region

Poland

Survey time period

March 16-22, 2020

Supplementary notes

* Weather-adjusted to be comparable to 16-22 Mar (using actual hourly temperature difference between 9-15 to 16-22 March). Assumes 0.8% fall in electricity demand for every 1 degree difference in temperature in capital city.

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