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Poland's minister for EU affairs has said a new amendment to draft legislation on the spacing of wind turbines does not endanger meeting an EU condition to unblock funding.
As Poland recovers from Storm Eunice, are such winds going to become the new normal as a result of climate change?
Four people were killed and nine injured, mainly by falling trees, as a result of a devastating storm that hit Poland on Saturday.
The project by real-estate developer Yareal will be Poland’s largest project to assume a widespread application for discarded wind turbine blades in its design, transforming them into elements of public use in communal areas, such as outdoor seating.
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.