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    Poland to work out compromise on onshore wind farms distancing within weeks - PM


    November 28, 2022 - Zylinska Julita

     

      "We are after consultations with specialists, and we are reaching final conclusions, [so] within weeks we will work out the specific distance," Morawiecki said.

      The relaxation of the so-called 10H rule for wind farms is a topic of talks with the European Commission in the context of unblocking recovery funds, he also said.

      Dziennika Gazeta Prawna wrote on Monday that Poland's government may decide to increase the minimum distance from a wind farm to households to above recently drafted 500 m in order to secure stability of the ruling coalition amid opposition to the relaxation from its junior coalition partner.

      In July, Justice minister Zbigniew Ziobro and cabinet's member Michal Wojcik, both from Solidarna Polska, objected the draft bill easing the rules although the cabinet approved it.

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