Energy Renewables 5 January, 2024 9:00 am   
COMMENTS: Kamil Moskwik

Moskwik: Green capacity in Poland is growing, but it needs more support

Turbiny-wiatrowe-w-Szlezwiku-Holsztynie-Freepik Wind turbines in Schleswig-Holstein. Picture by Freepik.

The structure of daily power generation in 2021-2023 has changed in favor of wind energy. Renewable energy sources in Poland will develop better if a number of conditions are met, Kamil Moskwik from the Jagiellonian Institute tells

“If Poland’s goal is to further develop renewable energy sources, it will be necessary to invest in storage infrastructure (e.g. virtual power plants aggregating prosumer batteries), flexible generating capacities, flexible reception (e.g. electrolysers) and an increase in the capacity of the national network and interconnectors abroad,” explains Kamil Moskwik from the Jagiellonian Institute to “Investment decisions should be preceeded by sound analysis and integrated modelling of the system, followed by substantive public debate rather than political squabbles,” the expert says.

“From the point of view of legislation and organization, it is necessary to create a favorable environment for investors, and establish a government agency consisting of high – class experts in the field of analysis and modeling to develop the system,” recommends Moskwik.

Compiled by Wojciech Jakóbik