1. Total installed capacity in Poland based on all energy sources exceeds 41 GW of energy
2. Coal is the main energy source in Poland, its share in energy production in 2019 was over 73%, which is 30 GW of capacity, however, its decline is noted every year.
3. It is estimated that by 2035 it will be necessary to shut down more than 20GW of generation sources, which is due to age and level of depletion.
5. At the end of 2019, the installed capacity from renewable energy amounted to over 9 GW.
6. The largest share of energy from renewable energy sources is wind energy, which accounts for almost 65% of all renewable energy.
7. According to data from the Energy Regulatory Office, at the end of 2019, the installed capacity in Poland accounted for nearly 5.9 GW of capacity, which accounted for over 14% of all generation energy.
8. According to the data of the Industrial System Operator, wind energy accounted for over 9% of domestic energy production in 2019.
9. During the auction conducted in 2019, investors received support for the construction of wind farms with a capacity of 2.2 GW energy
10. In 2016 implementing the so-called 10H act, blocked the dynamic development of the wind energy industry.
11. The Polish government has declared its departure from the 10H rule and its abolition is scheduled for January 1, 2021. Polish and foreign investors are waiting for this decision, this change will allow new wind projects.
12. To date, only land farms are installed in Poland
13. By 2030, up to 3.8GW offshore wind farms will be commissioned in the Polish part of the Baltic Sea
14. By 2040, the development of offshore wind energy will increase to 8GW and exceed the current installed capacity on land.
15. It is estimated that the real potential of offshore wind energy is 12-14 GW!