Germany's RWE to build 4th wind farm in Poland, to invest EUR 0.5bn by 2015.

By bne IntelliNews May 11, 2012
RWE Renewables Polska, a subsidiary of RWE Innogy of the Germany RWE Group, plans to build the group's 4th wind farm in Poland, according to RWE's press release. It said that 19 wind turbines manufactured by Repower Systems SE with an overall installed capacity of 39 MW will be built over an area of 15 km2. The wind farm is due to be commissioned at the beginning of 2013 and will supply an equivalent of more than 50,000 homes with green electricity every year. The investment volume amounts to more than EUR 60mn. RWE Innogy is already operating three wind farms with a total capacity of approx. 108 MW in Poland: Suwalki, Tychowo and Piecki. RWE Renewables Polska's management board member Robert Macias announced that by 2015, the firm intends to invest a total of PLN 2.0bn (EUR 0.5bn) in the country. By that time, it wants to reach 300 MW of wind power capacity.
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