Solar energy is now the fastest growing renewable energy source in Poland, and with costs continuously falling the future looks bright.
The amount of wind-generated electricity is on the rise, and is expected to keep on growing.
According to a report published on Tuesday by consultancy firm KPMG and the Polish Automotive Industry Association (PZPM), the registration of vehicles in Poland powered by alternative energy rose by 63.8 percent year on year in 2019.
Energy prices in Poland are among the highest in Europe, and also the highest in comparison to its neighboring industrialised countries, an analysis by the Development Ministry has said.
The energy-boosting snack from the Agricultural University in Kraków, features the carp alongside other ingredients more typical of energy bars like dates, nuts and seeds.
The use of renewable energy in total energy consumption edged up by 0.26 percentage point to 11.16 percent in 2018, Poland's Central Statistical Office has reported.
The European Commission (EC) published an updated list of Projects of Common Interest (PCI) on Thursday, or projects aimed at improving the energy integration of member states, which features a number of Polish joint projects.
Poland could become Europe’s fourth largest producer of PV energy by the end of 2019.
In Poland, energy efficiency – measured using the energy efficiency index (ODEX) – improved by 1.8 percent per year overall between 2007 and 2017, the period covered by the GUS analysis.
With the EU pushing renewable energy PGE has unveiled a programme to boost solar and wind capacity.