Portuguese Greenvolt to start construction of 50 MW of wind in Poland

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Portuguese renewables company Greenvolt-Energias Renovaveis SA announced Tuesday that its subsidiary V-Ridium is commencing construction of 50-MW (megawatt) of wind parks in Poland, web portal Renewablesnow.com reported.

The 15.4-MW Podlasek and the 34.5-MW Wolka Dobrynska were secured in the country's third energy auction. Greenvolt expects the parks to begin power generation by end-2022.

Danish wind turbine maker Vestas was selected as the turbine supplier. The company will maintain the equipment for a period of 30 years, Greenvolt said in the press release.

Greenvolt is a unit of Portuguese pulp producer Altri SGPS SA with a pipeline of about 2.8 GW of solar and wind projects in Poland, Romania and Greece. 

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