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Enea's new wind farm

The Group increases its generating capacity from wind. Enea Wytwarzanie concluded a conditional agreement for the purchase of 100 per cent of shares in the company which implements the investment of constructing a 36 MW wind farm.

The farm, located in the central Poland, will comprise 12 wind turbines, 3 MW capacity each. Pursuant to the terms of the agreement Enea Wytwarzanie will become a sole shareholder of the company after a formal commissioning of the investment for operation. The start-up of the farm is planned until the end of the year.

– Investing in the inland wind energy engineering we are acting in accordance our strategy – says Michał Prażyński, vice-president of Enea Wytwarzanie for renewable energy.  – Until the end of 2020 we are planning a significant growth in the capacity from renewable energy sources. We are choosing the projects in which we engage very carefully. We have to be sure of their business viability in the market environment which is not easy – summed up Prażyński.

Presently, Enea's portfolio includes two wind farms - Darżyno (Pomorskie province) and Bardy (Zachodniopomorskie province) - with the installed capacity of 56 MW. The construction of another 14.1 MW wind power plant is in progress in Lubno near Gorzów Wielkopolski, with the completion foreseen at the end of the year. Additionally, Enea Wytwarzanie is planning to extend the 10 MW Bardy wind farm.

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