The private company Polenergia has opened FW Dębsk, its largest wind farm. With a projected annual output of 366 GWh, equivalent to the electricity needs of around 180,000 private households, it is also one of the largest wind farms in Poland. It is located around 60 kilometres north of Warsaw. It is made up of 55 Vestas V 110-2.2 turbines with a total capacity of 121 MW. Polenergia has received a 15-year guarantee to sell energy from the FW Debsk wind farm for the price offered at the 2019 auction. FW Dębsk is now the eleventh wind farm in the company’s portfolio, which now comprises 472 MW. Polenergia is a private group of companies owned by billionaire heiress Dominika Kulczyk. The company’s main strategic project is the construction of an offshore wind farm together with Norwegian energy company Equinor. The planned wind farm in the Polish Baltic Sea is projected with a total capacity of 3000 MW.
Source: Wirtschafts-Markt Polen (03-2023 Issue 324)
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