Poland to Invest Billions of Euros in Offshore Wind, Green Hydrogen, and Port Development

The Polish government has allocated more than EUR 4 billion for offshore wind, port development, and hydrogen production and distribution in its National Reconstruction Plan (KPO).

The KPO has been adopted by the Council of Ministers and submitted to the European Commission through which Poland will tap into the EU Reconstruction Fund. More than third of the total of € 58 billion on the country’s disposal will be poured into achieving clean energy, energy efficiency and climate change goals.

Among several energy-related areas, the National Reconstruction Plan has also set out concrete amounts to be invested in offshore wind construction, port infrastructure, transmission network, as well as renewable energy-powered hydrogen production.

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