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Some time ago I posted a links to res-legal.eu in order to dramatize differential treatment of investment in renewable energy production and transmission in Ireland and France.
Here are bottom line hurdles in Poland. Is your informant aware of disincentives and remedies available to producers of and (public, private) investors in alternative energy projects?
Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.
as well as an infographic summary here
and a grid-integration study of Poland with the rest of Europe here
My preference is that the international climate change community work closely with the Polish environmentalists who are already working on a clean energy transition and support them as best they can to prepare the ground in Katowice next year. If I can do anything to facilitate that, I will be happy to do so, given that I am simply one person with a computer and curiosity living halfway between Harvard and MIT.
Solar IS Civil Defense
Net job gain: 180,000
Of course, I think one should really see jobs as a societal cost, but without full employment policies it won't be seen the that way.
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