Vestas to Establish 73 MW Wind Farm in Poland


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Vestas received a 73 MW order form PAK-Polska Czysta Energia sp. For the Czluchow wind farm in Northern Poland, z.o.o. This is Vestas’ first partnership with PAKPolska Czysta Energia sp.z.o.o subsidiary ZEPAK S.A. The parent company is delighted with this collaboration and with towers being produced locally.

The order covers the supply, installation, and commissioning 33 V110-2.2 MW turbines at a height of 120m. Vestas will service the turbines as part of a 15-year Active Output Management 5000 service agreement.

“We are thrilled to form a new partnership PAK-Polska Czysta Energia sp. z o.o., as we expand our services in Poland,” stated William Gaillard Vice President Vestas Sales East & BD. Vestas’ determination to add value in Poland’s supply chain is further demonstrated by the Czluchow project. All towers will be made locally. PAK-Polska Czysta Energia sp.z.o.o has also given us a 15-year, the full-scope service agreement that will allow us to further expand our services in the region over the long-term.

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“Vestas is a trusted turbine supplier and we are pleased to be able to grow our presence in renewable energy. The Czluchow project is only the beginning of a long-term partnership and we are most certainly looking ahead to it,” said Andrzej Janiszowski Chief Strategy Officer at ZEPAK S.A.

Delivery and installation of the Czluchow wind farm are scheduled to start in the third quarter 2023. Commissioning is expected for the first quarter 2024.

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