Anna Moscow, as the new minister of climate and environment, will have to face many challenges that her predecessor left for her. One of the most important issues is the case of Turow, the more so that in the last days of the work of the former minister, the Czech environment ministry has officially proposed the resumption of negotiations on this matter. The new minister will have to urgently meet the Czech side and convince the union structures in Poland.

Another issue is the issue of the 10H Act. Despite the fact that Deputy Minister Ireneusz Zyska has assured several times that the draft will be submitted to the Sejm this year, little is known about it. Anna Moskwa should tackle this issue as a priority not only because the regulatory market awaits this act, but also because she is building her position in the government through cooperation with the Ministry of Development and Technology.

The last significant task is the bill on allowances for a sensitive consumer. A sensitive consumer of electricity or gaseous fuels will be able to submit an application to the seller regarding, among others: concluding an agreement on overdue and current receivables or a service provided including deferment of their payment date, etc. The bill for the first time defines the phenomenon of energy poverty in Polish legislation. Currently, it has been referred to the Standing Committee of the Council of Ministers. Later, it will be considered by the Council of Ministers, and then submitted for work in the Parliament.

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