Vestas surpasses 1 GW of orders in Poland


Vestas has received a 166 MW order for two projects awarded at the Polish wind-solar-energy auction in December 2019.

With this order, Vestas has supported its customers to succeed in competitive auctions and win more than 1 GW of onshore wind energy projects in Poland since the country introduced its auction scheme in 2018. Vestas has installed more than 2.1 GW, accounting for a 36 percent market share.

Debnica Kazubska and the Bialy Bor wind projects will comprise six and 42 V126-3.45 MW turbines respectively. Providing an exceptional fit for the sites’ low wind conditions, the customized solutions with 117m towers in combination with 20-years Active Output Management 5000 (AOM 5000) service agreements will maximize power production while at the same time lower the levelised cost of energy.

“Vestas has proved to be a very reliable and trustworthy partner for many years on our earlier wind project developments in Spain. We now look forward to strengthening our cooperation and to working together again on these two projects in Poland, which represent one of the largest developments we have carried out on our more than 25 years of history on the renewable energy market”.

Ignacio Huarte, chairman of Uriel Renovables.

“We are delighted to continue our strong collaboration, that goes 20 years back, with our valued business partner Uriel Renovables S.A. Reaching 1 GW of auction wins, means a milestone for the further development of the Polish onshore wind market and makes Vestas the undisputed market leader in Poland, being the main contributor the expansion of wind energy with a 36 percent market share. Emphasising our ability to deliver energy solutions that offer the lowest cost of energy to the Polish energy consumer, we look forward to creating maximum value for our customer”.

Nils de Baar, president of Vestas Northern & Central Europe.

Deliveries and commissioning are expected to begin in the third quarter of 2021.

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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