ib vogt completes 40 MWp solar power project in Poland

Berlin/Germany, May 29th, 2024

International solar developer ib vogt has reached Provisional Acceptance Certification (PAC) for a 40 MWp solar pv project in Ziębice, Poland. The project has been delivering clean solar energy to the grid in December 2023 and passed all testing and requirements to commence full operation and reach the PAC milestone.  Project Ziębice is ib vogt’s second project in Poland after Project Zamość from 2022, bringing the portfolio in the country to a total of 175 MWp.

The solar farm is located in the lower Silesia Region of the Ząbkowice District in the Ziębice Commune on 30 hectares of land. The project uses state-of-the-art bifacial modules on a southward facing substructure with a fixed tilt. With an average production of 43 GWh per year, the project generates enough energy to meet the average consumption of approximately 19,000 households. Project Ziębice will be able to save over 28,000 tons of CO2 per year. Next to the comprehensive environmental measures around the project, ib vogt has put a strong emphasis on health and safety practices, including an on-site training with the National Fire Brigade.

“Poland is aiming to reach 29 GW of installed solar capacity by the year 2030 and we are proud to contribute to the expansion of renewable energy in the country. We would like to congratulate all parties involved and thank our partners for  their excellent work,” said Anton Milner, CEO of ib vogt. “The completion of this project marks another step in bringing our extensive project pipeline in central and eastern Europe to reality.”

ib vogt is handling the Development, Financing, EPC, O&M, and Asset Management for the project.

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