How do investors view the risk of the Polish market with rising interest rates and currency devaluation of the Zloty mean the cost of investing in Poland is increasing?
How to address projects designed for auctions with fixed feed in prices, which have seen prices drop but components and module costs rise
Will new forms of project investment arise with high interest rates making it difficult to secure good long term deals?
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