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    PGE will provide green energy for foreign investors 

    PGE Energia Odnawialna, a company owned by PGE Group, signed an agreement on 16 March with the City of Stalowa Wola and the Euro-Park Stalowa Wola company from the Industrial Development Agency Group, under which PGE will build renewable energy sources with a total capacity of 100 MW for the needs of Polish and foreign investors in the Stalowa Wola Park and the Tarnobrzeg Special Economic Zone. 

    “Investment in Stalowa Wola is another example of model cooperation between the local government and PGE. At the beginning of 2023, we started building the largest grid connection in our history for the Strategic Investment Park Euro-Park Stalowa Wola, and now we are planning joint investments in renewable energy sources. We will build wind and photovoltaic farms with a total capacity of nearly 100 MW and energy storage facilities with a capacity of up to 30 MWh. All this will result in more green energy going to the grid and investors operating here, and a modern distribution network will ensure stable supplies of cheaper energy,”

    said Wojciech Dąbrowski, President of the Management Board of PGE Polish Energy Group

    In autumn 2022, PGE started the construction of the Jeziórko photovoltaic farm in the region, which will be launched in 2023, providing clean energy to the region’s residents 

    and investors. It will reach its target capacity of 153 MW in 2024. 

    “More and more ESG-driven companies are choosing where to invest, taking into account access to green energy. We are ready to work with local authorities and investors to help them do this. At the same time, we are constantly implementing investments that increase our RES generation capacity,”

    the president added.

    In 2022 alone, the energy produced by PGE Energia Odnawialna from water, wind and sun reached a record level of 1,931 GWh – 5.3 per cent more than the year before. The leader of Poland’s green energy transition is already able to cover the annual demand of 860,000 households with RES energy.

    According to its strategy, by 2030 PGE will have 3 GW of photovoltaic capacity, 1.7 GW of onshore wind capacity and 2.5 GW of offshore wind capacity in the Baltic Sea.

    PGE Energia Odnawialna, part of the PGE Capital Group, is currently the largest producer of green energy in Poland. It has 20 wind farms, 29 hydroelectric power plants, 4 pumped storage power plants and 24 photovoltaic power plants. The total installed capacity of all facilities is 2433.1 MW.

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