Jun 6, 2014 - Portuguese renewable energy company EDP Renovaveis (ELI:EDPR) said Thursday it had opened a 54-MW wind park in Poland with its local partner GEO Renewables.
The plant, located in Ilza town, has 27 turbines of 2 MW each from Danish supplier Vestas Wind Systems (CPH:VWS).
EDPR said that the project helped improve local energy infrastructure and roads. Ilza is its fifth wind park in Poland and the second one built jointly with GEO Renewables.
As of March 2014, EDPR managed a global renewable energy portfolio of 8.6 GW. Outside Europe, the company is active in the USA, Canada, Brazil and recently Mexico.
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