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Thursday, August 19, 2021, 3:45 pm

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The Portuguese company Greenvolt-Energias Renovaveis SA announced on Tuesday that its subsidiary V-Ridium is starting the construction of 50 MW (megawatt) wind farms in Poland, the web portal Renewablesnow.com reported.

At the third energy auction in the country, the 15.4 MW Podlasek and the 34.5 MW Wolka Dobrynska were secured. Greenvolt expects the parks to start generating electricity by the end of 2022.

The Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas was selected as the turbine supplier. The company will service the devices for 30 years, Greenvolt said in the press release.

Greenvolt is a unit of the Portuguese pulp manufacturer Altri SGPS SA with a pipeline of around 2.8 GW of solar and wind projects in Poland, Romania and Greece.

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