On 12 June in Serock, during the 14th PWEA Conference, the RE-Source Poland Hub was established It is a foundation aiming to enable the implementation of large-scale wind and solar projects in Poland without public support, based on long-term corporate agreements energy sales (corporate PPAs). The Polish Photovoltaic Association is one of its founders.
The Polish RE-Source Hub will be a platform connecting green energy producers and its corporate customers as well as other entities whose engagement is necessary for corporate PPAs to be concluded in a way that secures the interests of all parties – ie, banks.
The Foundation will apply to decision-makers and administrative bodies, making efforts to eliminate barriers that today hinder the dynamic development of RES based on the corporate PPAs formula. These include, among others, issues related to access to the transmission network, but above all administrative restrictions on the development of wind and solar projects that investors must face.
The signatures of the Act establishing RE-Source Poland Hub were made by domestic and foreign players, including: PGE Energia Odnawialna, Vestas, IKEA and Enefit.