Weekly review of information from the RES sector

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RES COMPANIES
Budimex: Adopted the ESG Strategy until 2026, which assumes, among others, that 100% of the energy produced by the Budimex Group companies for the operating needs of Budimex will come from RES by 2026 and that the company will achieve climate neutrality by 2050.

ZE PAK: Concluded with Cyfrowy Polsat Annex No. 5 to the agreement of December 20, 2021 regarding the sale of 67% of shares in PAK-Polska Czysta Energia (PAK-PCE) to Cyfrowy Polsat, reducing the number of shares subject to sale to 2,390,600 shares, or 10.1%, the companies said. At the same time, a promised share transfer agreement was concluded. The final price, after all adjustments, amounted to PLN 117.03 million.

Anwim: It assumes that ultimately 100% of the electricity sold by the network of Moya Energia charging points will come from its own renewable energy sources, Paweł Grzywaczewski, director of sales and development of the Moya network, told ISBnews. In the perspective of 2030, this means at least several dozen megawatts of RES nominal capacity.

Sunex: Consolidated sales revenues in the second quarter of this year. increased by 16.5% y/y to PLN 83.55 million, and cumulatively since the beginning of the year – by 33.8% y/y to PLN 172.07 million.

CONTRACTS AND IMPLEMENTATIONS
NFOŚiGW: The National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management (NFOŚiGW) has signed dozens of contracts for co-financing the construction of charging infrastructure and plans to complete signing contracts for the construction of high-power chargers within a few weeks, Artur Michalski, Vice-President of NFOŚiGW, informed ISBnews.

Orlen: Signed an agreement with the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management (NFOŚiGW) for a PLN 63 million subsidy for the construction of multi-station electric car charging hubs in 33 Polish towns.

Onde: The consortium of Onde and P&Q sp. z o.o. received an order to start works, resulting in the entry into force of a contract for construction works for the performance of comprehensive works regarding the construction of a wind farm consisting of a total of 10 wind turbines with accompanying infrastructure, the company announced. The total value of the contract: approx. PLN 37 million net, of which the value attributable to Onde is approx. PLN 19 million net. The investor is Enwind.

Żabka: The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) will grant a EUR 75 million loan related to sustainable development to the Żabka Group, the bank announced.

Unimot: The Group has finalized the purchase of P2T, an energy commodities company, which will be called Unimot Commodities, the company announced.

Better Energy: The Helenowo photovoltaic farm located in Kleczew in the Greater Poland Voivodeship, with an installed capacity of 74 MW, has been connected to the grid, Better Energy reported.

PGE: Polska Grupa Energetyczna (PGE) and Ørsted have signed contracts with Navantia-Windar and Orient Cable (NBO), which will provide foundations and internal cables for the Baltica 2 project, which is one of the stages of the Baltica Offshore Wind Farm, PGE announced.

R.Power: Companies belonging to the Group concluded agreements with Rawicom for the general implementation of investments in photovoltaic power plants. The contracts cover 18 projects of photovoltaic power plants with a total value of PLN 33.14 million, the company announced. The main subject of the agreements is the implementation of investments, including the delivery, installation, construction and start-up of photovoltaic power plants belonging to subsidiaries. The scope of works does not include the delivery of photovoltaic modules and inverters.

ESG Impact Network: Anna Kornecka, originator of the “Decalogue of the Polish Energy Transformation”, became the head of the board of the ESG Impact Network (EIN) association, which supports business in issues of sustainable development and non-financial reporting. EIN has the ambition to become a guide mainly for SMEs, but also for Ukrainian companies that want to be competitive on the EU market. In June, Kornecka finished her job as the director of the Institute of the Clean Poland Program Association of Zygmunt Solorz. Previously, she was a deputy minister at the Ministry of Development, Labor and Technology.

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