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The paper discusses the problem of renewable energy sources, with particular focus put on wind energy. Special attention is paid to the development of this sector of production in Poland and selected UE countries in the recent years. Furthermore, selected legal acts and strategic document regulating the wind production market in Poland are pre4sented. At the same time the development potential of this are of energy production in Poland is discussed.

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