Greece's Terna plans building 90 MW of Polish wind farms

Wind farm in Poland. Author: Karolina Kabat. License: Creative Commons, Attribution-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic

November 22 (Renewables Now) - Greek renewable power producer Terna Energy (ATH:TENERGY) said on Friday it will seek to expand its Polish wind farm portfolio with the development of another 90 MW of projects.

The specific portfolio consists of four schemes that are currently in the initial permitting stages. Terna’s plan is to bring the projects to maturity, install the power plants and be their operator.

At present, Terna Energy has 102 MW of wind turbine capacity in Poland spread across eight wind parks. In all, the group has more than 1,300 MW of wind, solar and energy storage systems operation, under construction or ready-to-be-built in Greece, Central and Eastern Europe, while an additional 1,800 MW of projects are under the licensing process in Greece.

Terna Energy’s goal is to have 3,000 MW of renewable energy capacity in operation within the next five years.

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