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Onde begins construction of 32-MW solar park in Poland

Polish renewables-focused general contractor Onde SA has started building a 32-MW solar photovoltaic (PV) park, the largest project from its renewable energy development portfolio.

The Park Lewald Wielki complex will be installed at a cost of PLN 85 million (USD 21.3m/EUR 19.8m), the company said.

Park Lewald Wielki was originally designed to have a capacity of 25 MWp but was later expanded by an additional 7 MWp. Its construction is expected to be finalised in the second quarter of next year.

Onde’s CEO Pawel Sredniawa explained that the launch of construction was made possible following the recent divestment of a 60-MW renewables portfolio. He added that the possibility of selling the Park Lewald Wielki project while construction lasts is not excluded.

“We have cash resources and available external financing, so we would like to start the implementation of at least one more power plant this year and acquire several new projects for our portfolio,” the CEO said.

At present, Onde has over 800 MW of projects in its portfolio, of which roughly 280 MW are development projects undergoing permitting. Its goal is to reach 1.6 GW-1.8 GW in the next two-three years.


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