Iran's water management service and equipment company Sunir plans to undertake projects in renewable energy in Slovakia.
Some experts consider proposed changes to the Polish law on wind energy to be a threat to the existing farms' ability to service their debt
Danpower Baltic, a German-Lithuanian joint venture, has bought three biomass heating plants in Vilnius and Kaunas.
The governing Law and Justice (PiS) is weighing up legislation that could swing Poland’s energy mix in the direction of coal, shale and possibly biomass.
Investors are quietly confident as Poland counts down to a new auction system that the government and energy authorities hope will help ramp up the nation’s wind power production capacity as of January 1st 2016.
With only several weeks to go before new legislation kicks in, Poland's biggest power producers are upping the stakes in their attempts to go green. Or perhaps to show willing.