RWE Innogy buys Polish wind farm

Suwalki was the first wind farm that RWE Innogy put into operation in Poland. (Photo: RWE Innogy)
Suwalki was the first wind farm that RWE Innogy put into operation in Poland. (Photo: RWE Innogy)

RWE Innogy has bought the Polish wind farm Taciewo from the Spanish manufacturer and developer Gamesa. Located in the north-east of the country, Taciewo's 15 turbines have an installed capacity of 30 MW. This raises the Polish wind portfolio of the German energy provider to a total capacity of 152 MW.

"With Taciewo and 152 MW, we have now reached the half-way point of our expansion goals in Poland. Thanks to the excellent Polish wind locations we are on a good track, and we want to continue investing here. Our wind farm Nowy Staw, with a capacity of 39 MW, is currently under construction. It should go online in early 2013", explained Hans Bünting, CEO of RWE Innogy.

Taciewo is projected to generate over 65,000 MWh of electricity annually. The installed turbines are of the type Gamesa G90-2.0 MW. They have a rotor diameter of 90 m and a hub height of 78 m. Taciewo is right next to the 32 MW wind farm Piecki, which RWE Innogy put into operation in 2010.

In total, RWE Innogy now operates five wind farms in Poland: Suwalki, with over 41 MW, has been connected to the grid since 2009, followed by Tychowo (35 MW), Piecki (32 MW), Krzecin (14 MW) and now Taciewo.

Katharina Garus

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