Paving the way for Poland to develop offshore wind in the Baltic Sea, the country’s Parliament unanimously adopted Poland’s first Offshore Wind Act on January 14. The Act will enter into force on February 1 after it’s been signed by the President of Poland. The Act sets out the rules and regulations that will apply to the development of offshore wind,

WindEurope said, adding that it defines the volumes Poland intends to develop. In a first phase the regulator will allocate by June 39 2021 financial support for 5.9 GW of capacity. Beyond this they will then award Contracts for Difference (CfD) in competitive auctions.

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