Storm Sabine, also known as Ciara, hit Poland on Tuesday and damaged 250 buildings, including nearly 170 dwelling houses and hundreds of damaged trees, the State Fire Service (PSP) said on Wednesday.
The amount of wind-generated electricity is on the rise, and is expected to keep on growing.
Storm Sabine, also known as Ciara, hit Poland on Monday with winds of up to 100 km/h killing two people in the southern mountain town of Bukowina Tatrzanska.
Nearly 140 people were injured as a result of a series of lightning strikes that hit the Tatra mountains during heavy storms on Thursday. Four people, including two children, died on the Polish side of the mountain range, and one on the Slovak side.