The Polish Ministry of Climate and Environment, Anna Moskwa met with the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Denmark, Ole Toft. Energy security and cooperation in the field of renewable energy sources (RES), energy efficiency and heating were the main topics of discussion. Both sides emphasised the “very good state” of Polish-Danish energy relations.
“I am pleased to confirm Denmark’s great commitment to the launch of the Baltic Pipe and its continued support for this project. It is one of the key infrastructural investments supporting security and energy sovereignty not only of Poland but also of countries in our region. This is particularly important in light of Russia’s barbaric aggression against Ukraine,” said Minister Moskwa.
As stated by the Polish Climate and Environment Ministry, Denmark is “one of Poland’s most important partners in energy cooperation”, both in the areas of energy security and of development of RES and district heating. In the context of the development of the RES sector, “Poland faces numerous challenges when it comes to investments needed to launch offshore wind farms”.
“We need to educate and train staff for the wind industry we are developing. The support of Danish companies with extensive experience in this field can be very helpful,” the Polish Climate and Environment Minister noted.
Ambassador Toft, confirming the Danish interest in supporting Poland in the process of building a low-emission economy, stressed that for his country Poland is a market with great development potential in the area of RES.