Innogy breaks ground on 47.5-MW Polish wind farm
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Germany’s innogy SE said on March 10 it has launched construction of a 47.5-megawatt (MW) wind farm in Poland’s West Pomerania province.
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The Dolice wind park, as it is named, will be powered by 19 of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy’s SG 2.5-114 turbines and is planned to be switched on at the end of this year.
Innogy will be building the power plant together with the 33-MW Zukowice wind park in Lower Silesia, spending EUR 101 million (USD 114.7 mln) on the two projects.
Innogy already has eight operational wind farms in Poland, with a combined capacity exceeding 240-MW, the company said.
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