Renewable Energy Sector Updates in Poland and Slovakia
When: Nov 8, 2021 10am EST
Join the U.S. Commercial Service for its series of virtual Coffee Chats highlighting renewable energy business opportunities for U.S. companies. This session will focus on Poland and Slovakia and will include market observations, business opportunities, and highlights within the industry from the newly released 2021 Energy Export Resource Guides.
Why Poland?: Poland plans to increase its renewable power capacity by 65% between 2020 and 2024, with most advances gained through the development of offshore wind farms. The country is finalizing its 2040 energy policy and looks to partner with the world’s largest Renewable Energy companies to develop the market.
Why Slovakia?: The total potential of renewable sources in Slovakia is approximately 27,000 GWh per year. This number includes renewable sources exploitable by technologies that are available and affordable at the market. In general, photovoltaic, biomass, geothermal, wind, and hydro power projects are the most promising potential U.S. exports in the renewable energy sector.
Questions? Contact Leslie.Drake@trade.gov