The Renewable Energy Sources (RES) Act brings huge changes to the national investment landscape. Even though the law falls far short of meeting all the industry’s expectations, its main advantage lies in bringing a degree of stability for investors.

The Polish renewables market is growing fast, with considerable untapped potential and space for new installations. At the end of 2014, total installed capacity exceeded 6GW, led by onshore wind (3.8GW). Wind-energy production grew by 23.4% last year, from 5.82 terawatt hours (TWh) in 2013 to 7.18TWh,