Denmark could double Polish offshore wind capacity

Whether Poland installs four or eight GW depends largely on an interconnector to countries including Denmark, says regulator.

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Poland is increasing its wind capacity.

When the governing Law and Order Party (PiS) took control in 2015, all renewables installation was suddenly halted by draconian requirements and a ceasing of tenders. In March, however, the government proposed a bill, which included rolling out new requirements for property taxes for wind turbines and launching as the first tender since the previous June.

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