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Better Energy launches power supply from 28MW Polish PV park

Better Energy has powered up and connected to the grid its 28-MW Krapkowice solar farm in southern Poland, the Danish renewable energy company said on Wednesday.

The new plant has enabled the company to expand its fleet of operational photovoltaic (PV) parks in Poland to 236 MW.

Including Krapkowice, the Danish firm now has five solar parks feeding electricity into the Polish grid. Their entire output is contracted under long-term power purchase agreements (PPAs), some of which are with Norway’s Statkraft, confectionery maker Tom’s Group and food packaging manufacturer Faerch Group.

“We will continue to work closely with all our partners to explore opportunities to increase our impact in Poland and deliver the green energy required to propel its economy,’’ said Lukasz Witkowski, managing director of Better Energy Poland.

According to its website, Better Energy is currently building 208 MW of renewable plants across Poland.


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