- Published: 26 November 2018 26 November 2018
Poland has revealed details of its draft energy strategy to 2040. It plans to increase its power capacity from 40 GW to 73 GW and expects the share of coal to fall from 80% of electricity consumption today to 60% by 2030.
They plan to build 6-9 GW of new nuclear by 2043 and 10 GW of offshore wind by 2040. But they do not plan to build any new onshore wind beyond the volumes envisaged in their current auction process. Their onshore wins capacity would fall from 7 GW in 2025 to just 800 MW in 2040.