Terna Energy – New wind farms with a total capacity of 90 MW in Poland

With four new projects with a total capacity of 90 MW, Terna Energy further strengthens its presence in the market of Renewable Energy -s in Poland.

These are wind farms that are in the initial stage of licensing and which Terna Energy will mature, build and operate, in the framework of its strategy for continuous expansion of its activity in the field of clean energy production.

In Poland, Terna Energy already operates eight (8) wind farms with a total installed capacity of 102 MW, which means that with the addition of four (4) new projects with a total capacity of 90 MW, the Group will almost double the installed capacity in Poland in the next years.

The development of the Terna Energy Group continues normally, with its investment program evolving smoothly and at an intensive pace in all areas of its activity.

The Group’s goal remains its total installed capacity (wind farms, -voltaic parks and storage systems) to reach 3,000 MW within the next five years. The Group has more than 1,300 MW in operation, under construction or ready for construction in Greece, Central and Eastern Europe.

Also, wind projects with a total capacity of over 1,800 MW in various areas in Greece are in the licensing maturity phase.

At the same time, new -voltaic parks with a total capacity of 1,700 MW and storage systems with a total capacity of about 2,000 MW are being developed and designed, while the Group has been placed in time in the market of marine wind farms, where in consortium with OCEAN WINDS plans to develop parks in Greece.

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