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Solar energy in Poland


jonahsolar 1 | 1    
12 Mar 2018  #1
Hi!

My boss gave me an assigment to do some research about solar energy in other countries in the EU, including Poland.
Since I don't speak Polish I thought this would be the best place to ask some questions!

We need to sell quite a big amount of used solar panels (used in a solar park) mostly for consumers that have a lot of land, however I don't know how to contact these people or how to find the ones that are interested. Does anyone have some tips, links or companies I could check out?

Also, do inhabitants of Poland prefer solar energy as an alternative from fossil energy?

Thanks in advance!

Kind regards,

Jonah
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cinek 2 | 334    
12 Mar 2018  #2
Poland is a cloudy place. Solar panels are not profitable.

Cinek
shockedInpoland    
12 Mar 2018  #3
Dont talk rubbish. Poland is a good location to generate solar power.

hotspotenergy.com/DC-air-conditioner/europe-solar-hours.php
G (undercover)    
12 Mar 2018  #4
Yeah, 3h of sun a day, feckin awesome.
jon357 65 | 13,616    
12 Mar 2018  #5
Also, do inhabitants of Poland prefer solar energy as an alternative from fossil energy?

Unfortunately there are bureaucrtic estrictions concerning energy sources, and believe it or not there aren't even smart meters. The coal lobby is powerful in PL.
OP jonahsolar 1 | 1    
13 Mar 2018  #6
That doesn't sound good! Is there any chance you or someone else can send me some links of marketplaces where I can give it a shot or to advertise the panels?
cinek 2 | 334    
13 Mar 2018  #7
Poland is a good location to generate solar power

Generating solar power is not the biggest problem in Poland. The problem is making any money out of it (as a private person) because you cannot sell your energy back to the system. You can only give them your energy and then obtain some discount (like 80% or so) when buying energy from them later on.

Or, if you want to use your own produced energy in the night you must keep it in some batteries. But the cost of such batteries is even bigger than the solar panels what makes the whole investment completely unprofitable.

Cinek
shockedInpoland    
14 Mar 2018  #8
Yeah, 3h of sun a day, feckin awesome.

3.6, less than the 5 that very sunny places get admittedly.

But the real issue is the poor Feed in Tariffs offered by the Polish government/


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