Poland's solar capacity in February grows 3%, agency says
Poland's solar power capacity grew 128 MW (megawatt) in February to 4,243 MW, data from the Polish Energy Market Agency (ARE), a statistical research firm, showed on Friday, according to a report by Montel News.
At the end of February last year, the country had around 1.77 GW (gigawatt) of solar capacity installed.
According to ARE, Poland's installed capacity of all renewable sources stood at around 12.8 GW at the end of February, compared with around 9.8 GW a year earlier, with wind power accounting for the biggest share at 6.5 GW.
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