Iberdrola, Spanish company, managed by Jose Ignacio Sanchez Galan, has selected Vestas to supply turbines to the 50MW-plus Korytnica 2 wind farm in Poland.
The 50.4-MW project, located in Mazowieckie voivodeship, Northeast of Warsaw, will comprise 14 V126-3.45MW turbines in 3.6MW operating mode at a hub height of 132 metres.
Construction will be carried out by civil engineering company CJR renewables, which built Korytnica 1 (82.5 MW) back in 2015.
Works are set to begin before the end of the year with wind turbine delivery expected to begin in the fourth quarter of 2022.
The project will be serviced by Vestas under a long-term service agreement.
The production of Korytnica 2 is covered through a corporate PPA with support from Poland’s fourth Contracts for Difference (CfD) auction which took place in June 2021.
With full commissioning of Korytnica 2 scheduled for the beginning of 2023, Iberdrola’s onshore wind capacity in Poland will then reach 163MW, including existing operational wind farms Korytnica I (82.5 MW) and Zopowy (30 MW).