REpower Inaugurates First Wind Farm in Poland

REpower Systems AG and Martifer Renewables have inaugurated the first of two jointly planned wind farms in Rzeszow near Krakow, Poland. The project “Leki Dukielskie” comprises five REpower MM92 turbines, each with a rated output of 2 megawatts (MW).

The five REpower turbines were inaugurated during a ceremony held on the wind farm. With a total capacity of 10 MW, “Leki Dukielskie” will supply power for around 5,000 households (or 20,000 people) with immediate effect.

“Bukowsko”, the second wind farm project planned by Martifer Renewables and REpower, will comprise eight MM92 turbines and is due to be commissioned by the end of this year. This wind farm is also located near Rzeszow.

The projects is located in the south-east of the country. This is the first wind farm project undertaken in Poland by Germany’s third-largest wind turbine manufacturer.


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