Italian energy company ERG SpA (BIT:ERG) said on Monday that it has commissioned its 36-MW Lazski wind farm in south-eastern Poland.
It said the project was developed and built internally using 18 Vestas V100 wind turbines of 2.0 MW each.
Lazski, located in Jaroslaw county, is expected to be capable of generating around 90 GWh per year.
The wind farm will earn revenues thanks to a regulated tariff indexed to inflation. The tariff will be available for 15 years starting from the commercial operation date, ERG added.
Said CEO Paolo Merli:” The commissioning of the Laszki wind farm in Poland, follows that of Piotrkow, which came into operation in July of this year, bringing the total installed capacity in the country to 142, in line with our renewable portfolio growth and geographical diversification targets.”
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