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EDP Renewables strengthens its role in Poland's energy transition by winning long-term contract

EDPR chosen by the public institutions to further generate clean electricity for the Polish grid, now through the Recz solar project. The company has recently inaugurated in Poland one of its largest PV plants in Europe and has implemented the first wind and solar hybrid park of the country.

EDP Renewables (EDPR), a global leader in renewable energy development with a strong presence in Poland, will accelerate its growth in the country by winning a new solar project in the latest renewable tender. Through a CfD (Contract-for-Difference) of 15 years, EDPR has secured an attractive tariff inflation-indexed on the annual basis for a project that will have an installed capacity of 20 MWp (14 MWac) in the region of West Pomeranian Voivodeship, representing also EDPR’s first project in this region. The project is expected to be in operation by 2025.

This contract represents another significant milestone in EDPR’s commitment with Poland’s energy transition, a goal that the company is actively pursuing in the four global regions where it operates.

The EDP group, to which EDPR belongs, has also invested significantly in distributed solar projects for business customers in Poland, contributing to more than 95 MWp of solar capacity in Poland.


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