Poland's Nomad Electric enters Portugal with 70-MWp solar job
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Polish O&M services provider Nomad Electric announced today it has opened a new office in Lisbon and will provide IT solutions for a 70-MWp solar portfolio in a move that marks its entry into the Portuguese photovoltaic (PV) market.
The portfolio includes projects located in the Portuguese districts of Evora, Santarem, Castelo Branco, Leiria, Coimbra and Aveiro. The assets are expected to be capable of generating some 120 GWh of clean electricity per year.
Nomad Electric will provide the solar parks in the portfolio with its supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) IT solution, and ensure system compatibility with the local power utility REN and distribution network operator E-REDES.
Once the PV parks are up and running, the Polish firm will provide maintenance services.
Nomad Electric sees huge growth opportunities in Portugal which is looking to increase its solar capacity to 9 GWp in 2030 from the current 2 GWp, business development director, Pawe Muszynski, commented.
The Portuguese branch is Nomad's second foreign office after the company entered the Romanian market in November 2022.