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Reported by wpd windmanager on 28 November 2018

Operational Management for Polish Wind Farm of Green Bear

(Courtesy of wpd windmanager GmbH & Co. KG)

Eagerly, the wind energy industry looks towards Poland. After around three years of standstill, the Polish government encourages the development of wind energy again by initiating new tenders. The results have just been published. With these new upcoming projects, the Polish wind energy could develop into a gigawatt market within the next couple of years. The wpd windmanager GmbH & Co. KG also intensifies business in the neighboring country: As of December 1, 2018, the Bremen-based company takes over the operational management for the wind farm Radzyn of the Green Bear Corporation Poland Sp. z o.o. Located around 200 kilometers northwest of Warsaw in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian voivodship, the wind farm consists of 12 Vestas V112 turbines and has a total capacity of 36 megawatts. These will be supervised by the Polish wpd windmanager location in Poznan.

Wind Farm Management in Poland

“Through the cooperation with Green Bear we can further expand our Polish portfolio”, says Till Schorer, Direktor Sales at wpd windmanager. „And this, at a strategically favorable moment, where there is new movement in the Polish wind energy market.” In January of this year, wpd windmanager already concluded an agency agreement for the wind farm Kisielice. With over 40 wind turbines the operating manager is now responsible for a total capacity of around 95 MW in Poland.

References

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wpd windmanager GmbH & Co. KG. Press release - Operational Management for Polish Wind Farm of Green Bear. URL: https://www.windmanager.de/en/operational-management-for-polish-wind-farm-of-gre.... [Date Accessed: 29/11/2018].

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