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Millions Pumped Into Wind Farms
September 16, 2009 By L.Ż.    
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The amount of electricity generated by wind farms in Poland is set to double in the next two years, according to the British-Polish Chamber of Commerce (BPCC). The RWE Polish-German company wants to invest 500 million euros in wind power generation units of 300 MW in Poland by 2015. The company plans to launch the Suwałki Wind Park in the Podlasie province in northeastern Poland this autumn. Eighteen 2.3-MW turbines have already been put up.

The BPCC commissioned a poll by the SMG/KRC company that surveyed 42 firms in the renewable energy sector across Poland. The report found that 93 percent of such companies are planning to invest in wind farms 2009-2011. They are mostly planning their own projects to build wind farms of 50-100 MW. Half the firms surveyed intend to invest in West Pomerania, and 36 percent in Lower Silesia. Pomerania will have the most powerful wind farms: four farms of over 200 MW will be built in the region in the next three years, the researchers said.
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