Lithuania's Ignitis starts building 50 MW wind farm in Poland

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Lithuanian energy company Ignitis Grupe AB said it will invest some EUR 70 million (USD 71.7 million) to build a 50-MW wind farm in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship of southwestern Poland, near the border with the Czech Republic., according to

The project will be realized by the company's green energy arm Ignitis Renewables, with construction to be handled by CJR Renewables. This will be the Lithuanian group's second wind farm in Poland, Ignitis said on Wednesday.

To be located in Bąków, the plant will be equipped with 14 Nordex 3.6-MW turbines and is planned to go online in the closing quarter of 2023. Its future output is expected to be around 122 MWh (megawatt-hour) per year.


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