Poland’s treasury has announced that five groups of investors have been shortlisted for the purchase of a minority stake in the Skawina hydroelectric power station in southern Poland. The finalists include France’s SNET, Elektrocieplownia Krakow controlled by Electricite de France, Central and Eastern Europe Power Fund Limited, Poland’s PIW ENPOL and Dutch-registered PSEG Poland Distribution B.V. The treasury is seeking to initially privatise at least a 10% stake of Skawina, which has a 570MW capacity.