Since Poland joined the European Union, EU funds have become an important benefit for the Polish RES market. Thanks to the community’s financial support, our country has been able to invest in new technologies and develop the RES sector. As part of the Infrastructure and Environment Operational Program, Poland received almost €5 billion for RES investments between 2007-2013. In the 2014-2020 period, Poland received additional funding for the development of this sector.
As a result of the European Union’s financial support, Poland was able to invest in renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, water, biomass and geothermal. Over the past few years, Poland’s RES sector has developed significantly, and Poland has become one of the leaders in Europe in terms of the use of renewable energy sources.
EU funds also support technological innovation in the RES sector. Thanks to Community financial support, Polish companies have been able to invest in new technologies that improve energy efficiency and reduce energy consumption.
EU funds also make an important contribution to educating the public about renewable energy sources. Thanks to EU funding, Polish educational companies and NGOs have been able to organize a number of information campaigns and training events to raise public awareness of RES.
In conclusion, EU funds play a significant role in the development of renewable energy sources in Poland. Thanks to financial support from the European Union, Poland has been able to invest in new RES technologies, as well as educate the public about renewable energy sources. Thanks to this, the RES sector in our country has developed significantly in recent years.