Masdar, Taaleri inaugurate 51-MW onshore wind trio in Poland

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Abu Dhabi's renewable energy company Masdar and the Finnish Taaleri SolarWind II fund have inaugurated three onshore wind farms of a combined 51.4 MW (megawatt) in Poland that the two investors own jointly, according to a report by Renewablesnow.com.

Masdar and Taaleri, each bought 50% of the projects in January in a deal that marked their debut in the Polish renewable energy sector. The projects include the 37.4-MW Mlawa wind park in the northern province of Mazowieckie and the Grajewo project, which combines two wind parks of a total of 14 MW located in Podlaskie, in the northeast of the country.

The combined electricity production of the three parks is equal to the annual consumption of 90,000 Polish households and is expected to save 146,000 tonnes of carbon emissions per year.

The three facilities were developed by Vestas, while V-Ridium Power Services was in charge of the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) and provides technical and commercial management services.

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