In a strategic overture, Poland's government unfurled a virtuous gesture, earmarking a staggering €1.2 billion to alleviate the burden of soaring gas and electricity prices that weigh heavily on energy intensive enterprises. The resonant proclamation emerged from the sanctums of the Polish Prime Minister's Office, last week.The currents of energy market prices may be ebbing, but the currents of contractual obligations continue to surge for many industrial entities. The web of long term contracts, anchored to preceding years' loftier prices, threatens the very liquidity of these enterprises, an acrimonious discord in the financial harmony.The annals of this virtuous endeavor unveil a lifeline offered to enterprises aligned with the rubric of energy intensity, a condition where the incandescence of electricity and the fiery embrace of natural gas comprise a substantial 3% of their production value in the tapestry of 2021. This benevolent aid weaves a protective cocoon around the fabric of these enterprises, ensuring the sustenance of liquidity, the flourish of profitability, the preservation of jobs, and the unwavering strength of production capacity.As this symphony unfolds, approximately 3,000 enterprises find themselves poised to bask in the warmth of this financial embrace. The cadence of compassion resonates, touching these entities with the promise of support.The crescendo of this narrative finds its origins in the tumultuous events of February 2022, as Russia's incursion into Ukraine sent ripples through the realm of energy commodities, culminating in the ascent of prices. A symphony of struggles ensued as energy-intensive Polish companies found themselves ensnared in the snare of soaring energy costs, an ordeal that resonates through time.