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Kaamos Group invests in Sunly

Kaamos Group, a company of real-estate development, construction and the timber industry acquires a sixth of the renewable energy company Sunly Land. Both firms see potential for significant growth in the field of renewable energy. “Kaamos Group is constantly looking for new innovative companies to invest in. Sunly’s team consists of renewable energy experts and…
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Sunly acquires 12 more solar power projects in Poland 

Renewable energy company Sunly has signed contracts to expand its solar power business in Poland. Twelve solar plant projects were bought by Sunly with a total capacity of 12 MW, located in the western Poland. Tadas Navickas,  Sunly’s  Country Manager  in Lithuania and Poland  said that the company is experiencing fast growth. This is our third acquisition of solar power projects this year and we are rapidly…
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EU supports the Estonian storage project

Energiasalv Pakri’s 500MW pumped-hydro energy storage project is one of the EU 8 key energy infrastructure projects and the only Estonian project that received funding from the Connecting Europe Facility CEF programme under the 2019 CEF-Energy call. The amount of support issued for Estonia’s energy storage project accounts 1.187 million euros.  “Estonian pumped-hydro power plant provides balancing and…
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Sunly is looking for a Smart Grid Engineer and Project Manager

We are expanding fast and are looking for two excellent people to join our team: Smart Grid Engineer who supports Sunly’s team with smart grid and solar power technical solutions. See more HERE and HERE! Project Manager who has a mission to launch and carry out smart grid projects. See more! Join us and become…
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Sunly expands its solar power in Poland

Renewable energy company Sunly has signed contracts to expand its solar power business in Poland. Nine solar plant projects were bought by Sunly with a total capacity of 9 MW, most of them located in the West of Poland, close to the German border. Tadas Navickas, Sunly’s country manager in Lithuania and Poland, said that the company is expanding in a fast…
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Sunly invests in solar panel producer Solarstone

Renewable energy company Sunly invests in the Estonian clean-tech start-up Solarstone, that produces building-integrated solar panels (BIPV) suitable for modern and traditional rooftops. Solarstone plans to enter foreign markets with the support of Sunly. “Roof and solar panels can be the same thing. Also, the solar panel may fit well architecturally with the building. We…
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Sunly went to Opinion Festival by bikes

The seventh annual Opinion Festival took place in Paide in August. We joined the event without using fossil fuels – on our bikes! See more info at the Facebook event.

Sunly & Cleantech ForEst are creating a Clean-Tech Demo Centre

Sunly & Cleantech ForEst are creating a demo centre to promote sustainable technology at the Port of Power in Pirita, Estonia. The project will be completed this year and the first step is to map the companies in green technology that could be represented in the demo centre. The purpose of the project is to…
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Sunly received a grant from the Green ICT programme

Sunly received support from the Norway Grants Green ICT programme to develop a map application for preselecting potential areas for renewable energy usage. ReFinder project run by Sunly’s team aims to aggregate different levels of information in the Baltic and Scandinavian countries and turn planning of renewable projects more efficient and user friendly. The programme “Green…
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Sunly acquires seven solar park projects in Poland

Renewable energy company Sunly has recently made the decision to invest in seven industrial solar power installations in Poland near Krakow. The total capacity for these projects amounts to 7 MW.   Tadas Navickas, Sunly’s country manager in Lithuania and Poland, said that the company is proud to announce its first landmark. “Only a few months after starting…
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