Onde Hired to Build 50-MW Wind Farm in Poland

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Onde SA, the renewables construction business of Polish group Erbud SA, said it had signed a conditional contract for works on a 50.6-MW wind project in Potęgowo, in the Pomeranian province, northern Poland, renewablesnow.com reports.

The contract for the Drzezewo IV scheme was signed in November 2020, but it was prevented from revealing it earlier for confidentiality reasons, according to the company.

Currently, preparations to start construction of the wind farm are underway, as well as negotiations on the contract value and the works schedule, Onde said. The buyer, a unit of Polish utility group ZE PAK, said then that the project, which had all the permits, would consist of 23 turbines with an estimated annual production of 170 GWh.

The expected date for launching the farm was the third quarter of 2024 at the latest, the buyer added. The investment for the acquisition and implementation of the project was estimated at a total of PLN 600 million (USD 138 million). 

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