During the press meeting, which took place on April 18 in Katowice, the Deputy Minister of Energy Grzegorz Tobiszowski announced that in the second half of 2019 the Ministry of Energy intends to proceed with another amendment to the Act on Renewable Energy Sources, which is to include, inter alia, issues related to the system of certificates of origin, enabling the development of high-efficiency cogeneration of renewable energy sources and introducing changes enabling the so-called repowering and modernization of renewable energy installations.

He also informed that offshore wind farms should appear in Poland around 2026-2027, while assessing the date of 2025 as “ambitious and within reach”, but difficult to achieve. Work on the objectives of the law dedicated to offshore wind energy should focus on developing system solutions for the implementation and functioning of such investments, ensuring innovation and enabling local industry participation in the development of this sector.

According to the deputy minister, the ambitious goal is to adopt a law dedicated to offshore in the current parliamentary term.

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