Community power plants cover more than 80 percent of household consumption. In addition to solar, wind turbines and biomethane
Although community energy is an increasingly debated topic in view of energy prices, its more dynamic development in our country is still hampered by the lack of legislation. In particular, the forthcoming amendment to the Energy Act should allow for the sharing of generated electricity between individual consumption points and thus allow for the efficient management of the surplus energy produced. In addition to photovoltaics, the potential of other community sources, such as wind farms or biomethane plants, should be able to be effectively fulfilled in the future.