Polenergia to launch 45 MWp photovoltaic farm in Pomerania

Polenergia has launched the largest photovoltaic farm in the Group’s history. FF Strzelino has a capacity of 45 MWp, which allows 24,000 households to be supplied with green energy. The investment in Pomerania is the fifth solar power plant in Polenergia’s portfolio, bringing its generation capacity from renewable sources to 574 MW.

Polenergia’s largest photovoltaic farm is located in the city of Słupsk in the Pomeranian Voivodeship. The estimated annual production of FF Strzelino is approximately 48 GWh, which corresponds to the annual electricity demand of 24,000 households.

More than 73,000 modern photovoltaic modules, seven medium-voltage transformer stations and one high-voltage transformer station were installed on the investment site. The individual stations were connected to the local distribution network operator with medium- and high-voltage cables almost 10 kilometres long.

– The location of our investments means that the wind and solar farms at our disposal complement each other perfectly. The Strzelin power plant is another element of our Group’s onshore expansion. We have projects with a total capacity of nearly 2,100 MW in our onshore development portfolio. Poland faces huge decarbonisation challenges. Polenergia plays an increasingly important role in the realisation of this goal – says Jerzy Zan, President of the Management Board of Polenergia S.A.

Over the last twelve months, Polenergia’s generating capacity has increased by 22 per cent. In the second half of 2023, the Group launched the Piekło Wind Farm located in Wielkopolska with a capacity of 13.2 MW and the Grabowo Wind Farm located in Podlasie with a capacity of 44 MW.


Polenergia has also recently signed contracts for the construction of further photovoltaic farms: Szprotawa I and Szprotawa II. The solar power plants with a total capacity of 67 MWp will be located in the Lubuskie region.

The total capacity of Polenergia’s onshore projects in development is approximately 1350 MW in wind projects and almost 700 MW in photovoltaic projects. The group is also developing three wind farms in the Baltic Sea with a capacity of up to 3,000 MW in cooperation with Norway’s Equinor.


Source: PortalMorski.pl

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