Poland May Change Renewables Law Proposal in March, Puls Reports
Poland is working on changes to its renewable energy law draft presented last year and may be ready with the new proposal as soon as this month, Puls Biznesu reported, citing Deputy Economy Minister Mieczyslaw Kasprzak.
The new version of the bill comes after the ministry received 1,000 pages of critical remarks from the industry, the newspaper said. The previous version of the law proposed introducing lower subsidies for wind farms.
Kasprzak said further talks on the original proposal don’t make sense, Puls reported.
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