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Lietuvos Energija to build one of largest wind energy projects in Poland

Christian Fernsby |
Lietuvos Energija Renewables, a part of Lietuvos Energija group, concluded an agreement regarding the acquisition of a 94 megawatt (MW) wind farm project in Poland, Pomerania wind farm.

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Lietuvos Energija is planning to complete the construction of one of the largest new onshore wind farms in Poland by 2021 and to invest a total of EUR 127 million into the development of Pomerania wind farm.

The acquisition agreement has been signed with a Spanish company IGE, owned by the environmental impact fund SI Capital.

It is planned that the construction of the wind farm will start in the 2nd quarter of 2019, whereas the commercial operations should commence in 2021.

Last November, Pomerania wind farm project participated in Poland‘s auction for renewable energy projects organised by Polish Energy Regulatory Office and won a 15-year guaranteed tariff of PLN 214,98 MWh (approx. EUR 50 MWh).

Pomerania wind farm project has been selected after evaluating promising natural conditions in the region and a proven experience of the chosen partner-company.

Agreements with the main contractors and suppliers, necessary to launch the construction process of the Pomerania wind farm have already been concluded.

In total, 29 wind turbines should be installed in the farm.


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