Poland's Industrial Development Agency (ARP) has signed a letter of intent with US company General Electric in a bid to boost the country's competence in conventional and new renewable energy generation, ARP said in a news release on Friday.
Poland built photovoltaic installations with a capacity of nearly 800 MW in 2019, four times more than expected, according to the Energy Plus programme data released at a press conference summarising the programme's outcomes on Wednesday.
Poland could become Europe’s fourth largest producer of PV energy by the end of 2019.
The bus shelters will be fully completed by the end of September this year and will use world-first technology in their ‘ventilated façade modules and lighting solutions’.
With the EU pushing renewable energy PGE has unveiled a programme to boost solar and wind capacity.
More and more private homeowners are reaching for solar panels, while at the same time the country’s stock of solar farms is on the increase.
The investment will help Poland meet EU energy requirements.