Ernst & Young: Poland fails to use 90% of its wind power potential.

By bne IntelliNews June 15, 2012
Poland is ranked 10th in Europe in terms of the conditions for wind power energy, according to a report by advisory Ernst & Young, cited by business portal WNP.pl. However, the country fails to make use of 90% of energy that could potentially be generated by wind farms here. According to the report, this loss of power may be estimated at PLN 5.9bn (EUR 1.4bn) annually. Meanwhile, Poland's installed wind farm capacity is below 2,000 MW, according to the data of the Polish Wind Energy Association (PSEW), cited by the portal. This is ten times less than in Spain, whose wind farms - in good weather conditions - could cover for 53% of that country's electrical power needs.

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