Gniew - 22 MW
Poland
Construction

  • Location: Poland
  • Installed capacity: 22 MW
  • Status: Construction
  • Turbines: Vestas
  • CO₂ emission reductions per year: Calculating
  • Power supply per year: Calculating

The Gniew wind project is located in the Pomerania region in North of Poland. The project features 11 Vestas turbines and has a capacity of 22 MW. The wind project has been awarded a 15-year Contract for Difference following the Polish call for tender in Q4 2018.

Beyond its desire to reduce its dependence on imported fossil energy, the Polish government is intensifying its efforts in the field of renewable energy in order to achieve the minimum threshold of 15% of renewable energy in its end consumption of energy by 2020, in accordance with the National Renewable Energy Action Plan. Within the framework of the country’s energy policy through to 2040, the government is targeting a 60% reduction in the share of coal in its electricity production by 2030 and an increase in the proportion of renewable energy to 27% by 2040. Commissioning is scheduled for 2021.

The Gniew wind project is located in the Pomerania region in North of Poland. The project features 11 Vestas turbines and has a capacity of 22 MW. The wind project has been awarded a 15-year Contract for Difference following the Polish call for tender in Q4 2018.

Beyond its desire to reduce its dependence on imported fossil energy, the Polish government is intensifying its efforts in the field of renewable energy in order to achieve the minimum threshold of 15% of renewable energy in its end consumption of energy by 2020, in accordance with the National Renewable Energy Action Plan. Within the framework of the country’s energy policy through to 2040, the government is targeting a 60% reduction in the share of coal in its electricity production by 2030 and an increase in the proportion of renewable energy to 27% by 2040. Commissioning is scheduled for 2021.