Every year, the Polish state allocates nearly €45 billion for purchases through public procurement. We expect the Polish public sector to maintain and even increase its spending levels in the coming years. Contracting authorities will be spending significant sums of money in the IT, infrastructure and energy sectors to rebuild the economy after the pandemic, and also to digitalise and decarbonise it.
The development of the energy sector in Poland will be focused on meeting the objectives of the EU climate and energy policy. The key elements of the strategies being implemented include: achieving offshore wind energy capacity of up to 5.9 GW in 2030 and up to 11 GW in 2040, and a significant increase in installed photovoltaic capacity to 5-7 GW in 2030 and to 10-16 GW in 2040. By 2030, up to €55 billion of EU and national funds are to be allocated for energy transformation, including from the Cohesion Policy (€17 billion), the Recovery and Resilience Facility (€20.8 billion) and the Just Transition Fund (€3.4 billion). By 2040, up to €340.5 billion is planned for the transition of the Polish economy to net zero. On top of this, last summer, the Polish government announced a national road construction programme, with a total of €62 billion planned to be allocated to the projects included in this programme by 2030. Regarding railway projects in Poland the value will amount to €2.3 billion by the end of this year, and to nearly €4.25 billion in 2023.
Kochański & Partners Law Firm has prepared a detailed report on the investments planned in Poland in the years 2022-2023 in the road, rail and energy infrastructure sectors.
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