Since 2010, Group companies have been developing three offshore wind farm projects located on the Baltic Sea, i.e. MFW Bałtyk I, MFW Bałtyk II and MFW Bałtyk III. In 2018, Polenergia established cooperation with Equinor for the joint execution of the MFW Bałtyk II and MFW Bałtyk III projects. In December 2019, the Group signed a cooperation agreement for the execution of the MFW Bałtyk I project. The total capacity of the projects developed by the companies is 3,000 MW .
In 1999, Polenergia built EC Wizów, the first gas-fired combined heat and power plant in Poland. Since 2011, the Nowa Sarzyna Cogeneration Plant (NSCP) has been Polenergia’s key gas-fired asset. It was purchased from Ashmore Energy International in Houston. Nowa Sarzyna Cogeneration Plant ensures stability of the National Power System through participation in the capacity market and provision of National Power System’s self-start-up and recovery services for Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne S.A. The facility is fired with natural gas and has the total electrical capacity of 116 MWe and thermal capacity of 70 MWt .
Polenergia has one of the most experienced development team in Poland, which is actively developing new onshore wind farm projects with the total capacity from 300 to 600 MW as well as large-scale 400 to 600 MWp photovoltaic projects. Onshore wind is the most competitive RES technology with the lowest LCOE (levelized cost of energy produced over the projects entire operation period). This technology will be of key importance for the transition of the domestic energy market. By mid-2022, Polenergia plans to launch three onshore wind farms, which won the RES auction. Their total capacity will be 186 MW. Another wind project with the capacity of 13 MW will be commissioned in mid-2023. Photovoltaics is the second cheapest energy-generating technology, which naturally complements wind energy, among others thanks to a complementary production profile. This is why, over the next 12 months, Polenergia plans to build 29 new PV installations with the total capacity of approx. 28 MW.