By 2025, Poland should have installed green energy capacity of more than 28 gigawatts, according to the prime minister on Thursday.
At the University of Warsaw’s 4th TOGETAIR International Climate Summit, Mateusz Morawiecki gave a speech where he said “We predict that in 2025 the installed green energy capacity will exceed 28 gigawatts.”
“We are carrying out a plan according to which our energy mix will primarily be based on ‘prosumer’ energy, green energy and as a basis above all, atomic energy will be working.”
Morawiecki continued by stating that Poland would need to preserve reliable energy sources up until that point, which are now provided by coal and gas.
We are a leading global infrastructure and renewables search & recruitment business. Don’t forget to follow us on LinkedIn to keep up to date on our opportunities and current news. Please get in contact to discuss your hiring needs, salary bench-marking or market information: firstname.lastname@example.org.