Farmers from northern and western Poland have been signing agreements for leasing their land to wind farms on unfavourable terms and conditions, writes Nasz Dziennik daily. A contractual penalty for early termination of each of such lease agreements is almost a million zlotys, or 300,000 euros. Additionally, the agreements ban farmers from constructing any buildings in the vicinity of the windmills constructed on their land, Nasz Dziennik informs.
31 July 2008
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