This is the plan until 2032. So, yes, this all will come... but it's possible to changing a few things.
Yes and no. They just get 10-20% of some attractions of public money. The most invest is made by the owners who owns a chain of discotheques in south Poland. They made money since...
Yes, the coaster will open as "stand alone" attraction when it's completed between august and October 2019. (e.g.) The SLC was opened on 12th September.
And it's only the RMC. The themed area with the dark ride and kiddy attractions will open April 2020.
In the 2020 season, Energylandia will open a extended and high-capacity Vekoma Shockwave model:
38,5 - 45m high (Non-Inverted) / high between lowest point to top-hat: 45m, high above ground: 38,5m
2 real tunnel, 2 station under-crossings
4 inversions: loop, batwing...
It looks like the RMC will open in Summer 2019. ~ The ground is already prepared for something and it looks like it's been waiting for some bents. And if you compare the construction of Goliath with Energylandia, it's absolute possible to see the second RMC coaster in Europe before Robin Hood is...
The Vekoma will NOT be the shockwave layout/model. It will be Vekomas first water coaster. OR Sanseis? :-D And if you plan a trip: I would say that one coaster will debut in 2021.
Booth will come. The contracts are in the making. Planning 2022/23 for the mine and 2023/24 for the Tilt 2nd Gen...
We have to wait until September/October. The park will finish the footers and ground work until the summer season (opening the whole week) and starting with the second part of the construction after the last part of Germany finishes the holidays/vacations.