The wind farm generates electric power that is sold to Polish power grids.
Poland being one of the parties of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change is obliged to reduce emission of greenhouse gases and other gases resulting from combustion of coal in particular. Since the nineteenth century until now, the average temperature on earth has increased by 0.7°C, while exceeding the limit of 2°C can cause Greenland glaciers to melt. It is believed that the main cause of the changes is greenhouse gas, and carbon dioxide in particular. According to WWF as much as 37% of the gas emissions come from producing power from mineral fuels.
The International Energy Agency estimates that power consumption throughout the world will double until 2020. It is estimated that 20% of all power global-wide will be produced from renewable energy sources. Poland has been obliged to produce 7.5% of its power from renewable energy sources by 2010. In Poland gradual increase in the number of both single power plants as well as complexes of wind farms can be observed; however, the tendency is not widespread yet.