A gigantic solar farm will be built in Poland, the largest in Central Europe – NeeWS

The Polish company Respect Energy and the German company Goldbeck Solar intend to build the largest photovoltaic farm in Poland and Central Europe with a capacity of 203 MW. Currently, the largest farm built in our country has a capacity of 64 MW and is located in Witnica in the Lubuskie Voivodeship. Recently, we also learned that a company from Polsat Group and ZE PAK will build a large solar farm with a capacity of 70 MW.

In the case of the Respect Energy project, we are therefore talking about a huge undertaking. The farm is to be built in a sparsely populated area of ​​the coast, near Zwartów, several kilometers from the beaches between Stilo and Lubiatów. Interestingly, the first nuclear power plant in Poland is to be built nearby. This area will therefore be the new energy heart of our country.

Respect Energy plans to install efficient solar panels with an area of ​​3 square kilometers. It is an area of ​​approx. 420 football fields. The facility will produce clean energy that can easily supply up to 150,000 households, i.e. a city the size of Gdańsk. The company plans to build 350 MW photovoltaic power plants annually, which translates into 1,750 MW over 5 years.

The investments of Respect Energy, ESOLEO and ZE PAK are not the only ones on such a large scale planned in our country in the coming years. The company Energia Podłona intends to build, in cooperation with a Chinese partner, a photovoltaic farm with a capacity of 600 MW. It will be the first such a large installation in Central Europe and one of the largest in the Old Continent.

Source: GeekWeek.pl/Respect Energy / Photo. Respect Energy

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