Energa launches bifacial PV farms across Poland

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Earlier this year, Energa Wytwarzanie finalised a project involving the construction of five small PV installations with a capacity of up to 1 megawatt (MW) each, located in the Warmia-Masuria voivodeship (PV Samolubie I and II, and PV Pierzchały), Kuyavian-Pomeranian voivodeship (PV Czernikowo+) and Greater Poland voivodeship (PV Przykona).

The panels used in these installations were produced using bifacial technology, meaning they can generate electricity by capturing light from both sides of the panels, the company noted in a press release.

The construction of two additional PV farms in the Greater Poland voivodeship (western Poland) – “Mitra” PV farm with a planned capacity of 65 MW and “Żuki” PV farm with a planned capacity of 2.4 MW, is also underway, Energa said. 

According to the company’s estimates, bifacial technology increases electricity generation by approximately 10 per cent. With this technology, the farms can produce enough energy in a year to power over 2,500 households.

In December, Energa updated its Multiannual Strategic Investment Plan and the Strategic Development Plan for 2024-2030. As noted in the document, the company plans to invest nearly 10.5 billion euros on a substantial increase in renewables and further growth in the sale of green electricity.

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