Renewable energy sources satisfied over 17 percent of domestic electricity consumption in Poland in 2022, power grid operator PSE has reported.
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The Polish government has approved a bill loosening the distancing rules for onshore wind farms.
A bill loosening the distancing rules for onshore wind farms should be presented to the Sejm, the lower house of parliament by the end of June, according to the climate and environment minister.
The loan is the biggest EIB investment in onshore wind farms in Poland that will be constructed and operated by EDP Renewables (EDPR).
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) will grant loans of up to PLN 175 million (EUR 37.9 million) for the construction of two wind farms in Poland that will have a total capacity of 63.1 MW, EBRD has written in a press release.
The European Commission has given its backing to a EUR-22.5 billion Polish offshore wind farm project.
Polish energy group PGE has signed an agreement with Danish energy concern Orsted to create a joint venture company to build two offshore wind farms to an estimated combined value of PLN 35-40 billion (EUR 7.8-8.9 billion).