Poland needs to focus on quality support for renewable energy -regulator
January 4, 2013
Poland should reform the system of support for renewable energy as the current system renders investments in conventional energy hardly profitable, energy market regulator URE head Marek Woszczyk told industry portal wnp.pl.
"A worrying situation is occurring in Poland in which as a result of subsidies for renewable energy sources wholesale prices of electricity are falling to a level that is hardly profitable for investments in conventional energy," Woszczyk said."
Poland should focus on quality rather than quantity support for renewable energy, Woszczyk said.