Welcome to the area of the site dedicated to

Lidzbark Warminski

- the pilot county selected to participate in the Poland Regional Sustainable Energy Planning project.


Situated in the north-eastern region of Poland, in the province of Warmia and Mazury, Lidzbark Warminski comprises several smaller municipalities, known in Polish as 'gminas'. These are Lidzbark Warminski, Kiwity, Lubomino and Orneta.

The county's primary industry is agriculture. However,in recent years, it has become an attractive tourist location, as a result of its beautiful landscapes, wildlife and nature, and recreational opportunities. In 1999, there were 2265 businesses operating in Lidzbark Warminski.

To find out more about the county in general, visit the The Seat of the County Township's own website at www.sp.lidzbark.ids.pl

Lidzbark Warminski in the context of Sustainable Energy Planning

Following the announcement of the successful county at the Project's Regional Seminar in Warsaw in June, the County's representative,
Mr Andrzej Koniecko made a presentation introducing the county, and its geography, geology and climate. The presentation included information on the county's existing energy resources, i.e. landfill, rivers and hydro facilities and geothermal resources.

Mr Koniecko indicated that a potential area of interest would be the use of redundant agricultural land for energy crops, as well as an increased use of the area's geothermal resource.

Debowo Hydropower Plant

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