Sunly has secured 51 MW of solar power capacity in Poland’s latest renewable energy tender rounds held in December 2021. The new solar projects have been awarded 15-year CfD contracts, providing them with a guaranteed level of electricity prices.
The 32 PV projects with a total capacity of 51 MW are located throughout Poland and will be commissioned latest by the end of 2023. The capacity of new solar farms ranges between 0.56 and 8 MW.
After winning the auction, Sunly’s solar power portfolio will increase to 182 MW.
The Polish Energy Regulatory Office announced that the lowest bid for the small-scale solar projects (less than 1 MW) stood at 219 PLN/MWh (~48 EUR/MWh), while the highest bid was 278.87 PLN/MWh (~61 EUR/MWh). In similar auction in June 21 the bids were respectively 207 PLN/MWh (~45 EUR/MWh) and 253.37 PLN/MWh (~55 EUR/MWh).
For the large-scale solar, the bid prices were between 139.64 – 261.07 PLN/MWh (~30 – 57 EUR/MWh), while in June’21 these were 179 – 242.98 PLN/MWh (~39 – 53 EUR/MWh).