Germany's Greencells GmbH last week said it is going to develop two solar projects in Poland with a combined capacity of 195 MWp.
The company said it has secured the two projects just five months after opening its branch in the country.
Greencells will develop a 125-MWp solar project in southeast Poland and a 70-MWp solar project in the northwest. The developer expects to begin construction in 2023.
The German company also said it is closing other projects with a combined capacity of about 180 MWp.
Greencells has already installed a total capacity of over 2.3 GWp around the world.
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