Poland’s government will complete work on a new renewable energy law before the end of this month, Deputy Prime Minister and Economy Minister Janusz Piechociński told Polish Radio on Thursday.
A special group of experts is working on the draft law, the deputy PM said. It will make sure that the regulations are precise and coherent.
The government should first of all support Poland’s economy and not interest groups, Piechociński said commenting on a recent letter sent to the prime minister by renewable energy producers and environmental organizations. They blamed the government for not supporting dispersed renewable energy generation.
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