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With DZP's support, PGE Energia Odnawialna has purchased projects for 28 photovoltaic power plants with a total capacity of 59 MW. They will be built in the Łódzkie and Wielkopolskie voivodships between 2024 and 2025.
Our client, a leader in green energy in Poland, is part of the largest energy holding company operating on the Polish market and one of the largest entities of its kind in Central and Eastern Europe.
"The acquisition of 28 photovoltaic projects is another important recent acquisition by the PGE Group on the green energy market." says Marcin Karlikowski, President of the Management Board of PGE Energia Odnawialna.
The technical conditions of the power plants will enable high productivity to be achieved in weather conditions typical of the climatic zones found in Poland. Estimated production is expected to be approx. 65 GWh, which will enable electricity to be supplied to more than 30,000 households.
The comprehensive advice was provided by DZP lawyers Rafał Hajduk, Partner, Paweł Krasiński, Senior Associate, Natalia Plaskiewicz, Associate, and Michał Pytkowski, Associate, from the Infrastructure & Energy Practice.
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