Investments planned in Poland 2022-2023 | Roads & Motorways, Railways, Energy

20 July 2022 | Knowledge, News

Every year, the Polish state allocates nearly EUR 45 billion for purchases via public procurement. The coming years will be a time of revolutionary change in Poland in terms of the infrastructure and energy sectors, and so we expect the Polish public sector to maintain and even increase its spending levels in the near future. The key drivers for these transformations will be the rebuilding of the Polish economy following the COVID-19 pandemic, decarbonization, digitalization and the increasing adoption of ESG practices.

The development of the energy sector in Poland will be focused on meeting the objectives of the EU climate and energy policy with up to EUR 340.5 billion planned for the transition of the Polish economy to net zero by 2040.

In addition, in August 2021, the Polish government announced a national road construction programme, with a total of approximately EUR 62 billion planned for allocation to associated projects in the period up to 2030.

By 2030, the total value of railway projects in Poland will reach nearly EUR 42.5 billion.

If you would like more details on these and other projects, our report on investments planned in Poland from 2022-2023 in the road, rail and energy infrastructure sectors is available now.

To obtain your copy of this report, please email:

Jakub Krysa, Partner

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Jakub Krysa, PhD

Jakub Krysa, PhD

Attorney at Law, Partner, Head of Public Procurement Practice and Spanish Desk

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