The wind farm market in Poland evolved very dynamically in the years 2000–2015. Unfortunately, the high public resistance caused the government in 2016 to freeze the development of this industry by introducing a restrictive act, which practically stopped the wind farm industry overnight. The climate aspects, such as reduction of the carbon footprint, which have been considered and widely discussed for several years at the European Union forums, were a chance to change this situation. The new regulations gave hope that the wind energy industry in Poland would soon be unblocked, unfortunately the commitment to coal was still an effective barrier, which is clearly visible in the presented study. The Russian aggression against Ukraine, which resulted in a blockade of hydrocarbon imports, has completely changed the center of gravity of the Polish energy and heating economy. The article focuses on the accelerated changes in the renewable energy sources (RESs) and the related legislation, especially emphasizing the prospect of building offshore wind farms. The huge European energy crisis means that new solutions, both legislative and technological, which will allow to quickly switch to green energy, must appear in Poland immediately. The direct conversion of green energy from RES farms into thermal energy in the planned investment in heat energy plants is discussed. This article also presents a broad view of new opportunities as well as the challenges and prospects that have recently arisen in the wind energy industry in Poland.