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WARSAW (Reuters) - Coal-reliant Poland aims to increase support for biogas and solar generation through the end of the decade while cutting support for investment in wind and other renewable generation, a government official said on Tuesday.

Deputy Economy Minister Mieczyslaw Kasprzak said a new draft bill calls for Poland to increase the share of renewables in Poland's energy mix to 15.5 percent by 2020, up from less than 10 percent in 2010.

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