Poland set to ease onshore wind setback rules

Poland is expected to adopt new regulations relaxing restrictive setback distances that the wind power industry claims prohibits new onshore development in nearly all of Polish territory.

by Craig Richard
Poland has just over 6.9GW of operational onshore wind capacity, according to Windpower Intelligence (pic credit: Ignitis)
Poland has just over 6.9GW of operational onshore wind capacity, according to Windpower Intelligence (pic credit: Ignitis)

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