Within the scope of the work between the Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK) and the Polish Chamber of Commerce between Turkiye and Poland, the first business meeting for the renewable energy sector was held in Warsaw.
In order to increase cooperation between Turkiye and Poland in economic and commercial fields, the first business meeting for the renewable energy sector was held in Warsaw as part of the work between the Warsaw Embassy, the Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK) and the Polish Chamber of Commerce.
Within the scope of the program, which included 12 business people representing 9 DEIK member companies, meetings were held with the Polish Industrial Development Agency, Poland’s largest energy producer PGE and the Polish Development Bank (BGK).
During the meetings, companies aiming to invest in solar and wind energy in Poland were informed about the Polish energy market, legal regulations and projects.
On the second day of the program, an opening session was held at the Polish Chamber of Commerce, and discussions were held between Turkish and Polish companies.
In the program attended by more than 30 Polish companies, discussions were held on investments that can be made in the field of renewable energy.
Source: Sabah / Prepared by Irem Yildiz