Swiss SUSI Partners enters Polish renewables market

Green Energy

Zug, Switzerland-based SUSI Partners, through its Energy Transition Fund, has set up a renewable energy platform in Poland with local partner Luneos, reported web portal List.solar.

The platform, Luneos Green Energy (LGE), is targeting the buildout of a diversified portfolio of wind and solar photovoltaic (PV) projects, including potential in-house developments.

Leveraging on a pre-existing long-term partnership, SUSI will work closely with Luneos' management team in leading the execution of LGE's business plan and its day-to-day operations. SUSI Partners will work very closely with Luneos' monitoring - which formerly led Polish renewables designer Polenergia - in carrying out LGE's company plan as well as its day-to-day procedures.

SUSI stated that while coal-fueled power generation was accountable for nearly 80% of Poland's overall power generation in 2021, the nation is currently an eye-catching market for investment in renewables as the energy transition advances and also energy demand enhances on the back of economic development. 

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