Paul Thomen

Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Renewable Energy Construction Market in Poland 2013 at

The report “Renewable Energy Construction in Poland 2013 by PMR is now available at Contact with Renewable Energy Construction in Poland 2013 in subject line and your contact details to purchase this report or get your questions answered.

The Polish energy markets are looking ahead to the upcoming RES act and anticipating changes to the industry, especially in terms of new construction and renovation. In order to meet the requirements of EU regulation, Poland must derive 15% of its energy from renewable sources by 2020. Energy providers will need to adjust their operations to produce the most profitable mix of sources, choosing from wind, solar, biomass and biogas.

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Although wind turbines currently lead the field of renewables in Poland, changes are expected, especially among other sources such as photovoltaics. Energy construction in Poland 2013 – the renewable energy segment is a timely new market intelligence resource that explores current conditions and examines the possibilities for the future of the energy industry and related power construction investment.

In addition to exploring the RES act and its implications, this PMR publication provides an accounting of Poland’s current power generation capacity and the portion generated using renewable fuels. It breaks down the market system in terms of fuel: wind turbine, solar, water, biomass, biogas and photovoltaics, providing values and the percentages of total power generated in each of these sub-segments. This report answers questions about issues related to overall conditions in the Polish power generation sector.

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This report engages in an insightful analysis of the potential for profitability of each of the renewable fuel sub segments, particularly once the RES act is finalised. It contains a SWOT analysis of the segment and examines forthcoming renewable source projects in detail.

It points out areas of the country that will benefit from the highest concentration of new renewable energy facilities and examines key investors and their policies, all with an eye toward changes that might prove necessary once the RES act has been implemented.

Contractors involved in power construction and producers of the required materials and equipment for use in power facility construction will be especially interested in the contents of this report. Companies seeking to offer newly developed equipment on the Polish market concurrent with the startup dates of new projects, financial services professionals, as well as researchers and analysts studying this particular segment will also benefit from this forward looking publication. Useful in evaluating RES market profitability in Poland, locating and securing new contracts, researching the competition and analysing risk of various investments, Energy construction in Poland 2013 – the renewable energy segment is an essential guide to success for all industry professionals interested in the future of Polish power generation using renewable fuel sources.

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Complete report spread across having Table of Contents available @ Read more on Renewable Energy Construction in Poland 2013” report below.

Table Of Contents
I. Methodology 9
II. Executive summary 11
III. Structure of Poland's renewable energy
IV. sources 17
V. Wind power in Poland 43
VI. Hydropower generation in Poland 61
VII. Biogas power in Poland 71
VIII. Biomass power in Poland 83
IX. Solar energy in Poland 93
X. Geothermal power in Poland 105
XI. List of graphs 111
XII. List of tables 115
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