Univergy arrives in Poland to develop 220 MW of PV projects

Solar park installation. Photo by: Univergy (www.univergy.com).

December 5 (Renewables Now) - Spanish-Japanese renewable energy company Univergy International SL has set up a unit in Poland to kick-start the development of 220 MW of solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity.

Univergy Polska SP, based in the seaside city of Sopot in northern Poland, will shepherd five awarded PV projects, according to a brief statement on Wednesday.

The new projects will be located in the townships of Czarne, Leczyce, Wagrowiec, Kiszkowo and Kesowo.

Poland has joined five other EU countries in which Univergy operates. The company with a dual seat in Tokyo and Madrid is also present in Portugal, France, the Netherlands, Italy and Spain. Univergy says that it has developed more than 1 GW of capacity in these markets.

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