Poland's Enea Group Acquires 35 MW Solar Farm
Polish energy company Enea Group has a acquired a 35-MW solar farm from Pad Res, a joint venture between Kajima Europe and Griffin Capital Partners, reported web portal reNEWS.
Located near Kleczew, western-central Poland, the Genowefa solar farm started production in August.
The plant consists of 65,420 panels and covers an area of about 40 hectares (99 acres). In recent months, the Enea Group has significantly increased its renewable energy production capacity, including acquiring PV (photovoltaic) farms in Tarnów and Tykocin, as well as recently constructing a new wind farm in Bejsce, with a capacity of 19.8 MW.
Simultaneously, Enea is working on additional acquisitions and its own projects (so-called greenfield projects), which are at various stages of development.
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