Changes to Poland’s renewables law mean many operators of existing wind farms will struggle to make a profit, potentially stunting the growth of clean energy in the coal-reliant country.
Polish President Andrzej Duda signed a law on 14 August that amended the Act on Renewable Energy Sources. The new law stipulates that generators of renewable electricity – mostly wind farms – will no longer receive fixed tariffs for the electricity they produce but that their revenues will be linked to the average price for green certificates....
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