Locked content Enea to acquire wind farms

Power utility company Enea is considering the purchase of wind farms with a total capacity of 197 MW and may soon finalize the acquisition of some of the assets from this pool, said Paweł Orlof, CEO of the company. A non-disclosure clause was included in the agreement, therefore the company refused ...

Locked content Tauron subsidiary terminates deals with wind farms

Tauron’s subsidiary, Polska Energia – Pierwsza Kompania Handlowa terminated long-term agreements with 12 wind farm partners. The wind farms were to violate the agreements by refusing to start renegotiations of their terms and conditions, the subsidiary informed. The agreements were signe...

Locked content Siemens invests in Polish wind farms

Siemens will build 19 wind turbines in Pomerania through this year, according to Paweł Przybylski, director of the wind power division. “We have been preparing two projects. One of them consists of 16 turbines and the other one – from three, around 44 MW in total,” Przybylski infor...

Locked content CEE Equity Partners invests in Polish wind farm projects

Private equity fund CEE Equity Partners has announced the completion of a $84 million investment together with Enlight Renewable Energy. A joint venture formed by the two companies is investing into three Polish wind farm projects. The wind farms, developed by Polish company GEO Renewables, will hav...

Locked content Israel company Enlight to build 200 MW of windmills

Enlight, part of the Eurocom Group, one of the biggest Israeli companies, wishes to invest in Polish windmills, reports Puls Biznesu. The project is going to cost €200 million and will result in 200 MW of power. Enlight is now worth nearly €60 million, but it is growing fast. Now, it controls 18 per...

Locked content PEP obtains PLN 263 million loan for wind farm

Polish Energy Partners, a company controlled by one of the richest Poles – Jan Kulczyk, has signed an agreement with lender Bank Ochrony Środowiska for an investment loan of PLN 238 million. The loan will be used for the construction of a 36.8 MW wind farm called Skrupie in northern Poland. PEP will...

Locked content Wind farm construction investigated by NIK

The Supreme Audit Office (NIK) has published a negative evaluation of wind farm projects in Poland, claiming that local authorities ignored citizens’ objections in building wind farms. Furthermore, in many cases decisions were made in favor of personal benefit. According to NIK’s investigation, corr...