Polish solar market to reach 27GW in 2025
- Installed capacity has already exceed 12.4 GW from 7.7 GW in 2021, says Institute for Renewable Energy
Poland is anticipated to reach a complete set up solar photovoltaic capacity of nearly 27GW by 2025, according to the Institute for Renewable Energy's (IEO) eleventh edition report on the country's PV market.
In between 2022 and 2025 Poland is anticipated to set up 14.4 GW, at a CAGR of 21%.
Installed capacity has actually already gone beyond 12.4 GW, from 7.7 GW in 2021, showing a development rate of 61%.
Commenting on the outcomes of the report Minister Ireneusz Zyska, Government Plenipotentiary for RES, said: "Our ambition is to come to be a leader in the development of photovoltaics in Europe in the coming years.
" As well as it is not only concerning the boost in installed capacity year on year, however above all regarding building a solar sector based upon cutting-edge Polish modern technologies, whose products will certainly gain consumers on domestic as well as international markets."
In the discussion panel accompanying journalism seminar, the outcomes of the report were summed up by reps of the report's companions, containing BayWa r.e., Corab, EDP, mBank, Alseva, Huawei, OX2 as well as Polenergia Fotowoltaika.
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