Electrum started construction of photovoltaic farms with a total capacity of 117.1 MW for Pad Res

Electrum Group has started as a general contractor the construction of two photovoltaic farms with a total installed capacity of 117.1 MW in the towns of Sztum and Mikołajki Pomorskie in Pomerania, the company said. Both projects are scheduled for completion in spring 2025.

The power plants in Sztum and Mikołajki Pomorskie are the second collaboration between Electrum and Pad Res, a Polish developer in the clean energy sector, and the sixth major project under development announced by the contractor this year. In recent months, among other things, Electrum completed work in a joint venture with Nofar Energy on a solar farm in Krzywinski, and on September 21, the Electrum Group finalized the construction of a power plant in Przykona, in partnership with investor EDP Renewables. In addition, Electrum plans to expand into foreign markets.

“PV Sztum and PV Mikolajki are other significant projects for Electrum. We are successively realizing our goal and using technology and knowledge to build the energy infrastructure of the future. The projected annual production of PV Sztum and PV Mikolajki will be able to power as many as 65,000 households.” – Electrum Group senior project manager Robert Rogowski said, quoted in the release.

The power plant in Sztum is a project comprising 86.1 MW of photovoltaic panels, distributed over two smaller farms with a total area of 113.3 hectares – PV Barlewice (65.8 MW DC) and PV Koslinka (20.3 MW DC). The smaller installation – the PV farm in Mikolajki Pomorskie – is 31 MW of productive capacity on an area of 50 hectares, split between PV Mikolajki (5 MW DC) and PV Gdakowo (26 MW DC). Work on the construction of the two farms simultaneously began in September, while their completion is scheduled for spring 2025, they listed.

Electrum Group is a Polish climate tech business headquartered in Bialystok, offering comprehensive solutions in the latest technologies for development, construction and project management in the fields of energy and information.

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