Vestager approves EUR 22.5bn Polish offshore wind subsidy scheme

Poland's subsidy program for offshore wind entailing up to EUR 22.5bn is now approved by the EU Commission.

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The EU Commission has completed its assessment of Poland's offshore wind subsidy scheme and now issues approval.

This means the country is now able to support the budding domestic wind-at-sea build-out with up to EUR 22.5bn in state aid.

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