European countries believe that wind energy can alleviate global energy crises because it can be rapidly scaled up to offer solutions to power price variation, energy insecurity and fossil fuel dependency. TVP World invited Daniel Czyżewski, an energy sector expert from the ENERGETYKA 24 website to talk about the Baltic Energy Summit and its conclusions.
According to Mr Czyżewski, offshore wind farms could help alleviate the European energy crisis. He said that if the Baltic states have already had working wind farms “the energy crisis in Europe, maybe, would be less severe.”
The expert went on to say that any country that has access to the sea should invest in wind-powered energy.
He emphasised that Poland already has an ongoing wind-farm project in the Baltic sea (PGE Baltica Project), with an installed capacity of 2,5 GW of power that will take off in 2027.
Daniel Czyżewski also touched on Russia’s policy regarding wind farms. According to him, Russia does not want European countries to use any other kind of energy resource than natural gas, as it is their “last weapon against Europe”.
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