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 Sunly, we have already entered the first foreign market by acquiring solar power projects that have building permits, land and grid connection agreements and also subsidy auctions won,” Navickas said.
Navickas added that the installation of solar panels starts already within a month and Sunly plans to produce solar energy in Poland early next year.
According to Priit Lepasepp, the CEO at Sunly, the Polish renewable energy market is very inviting for new investors and a good start for Sunly. “We have an experienced team together with investors who contribute to green energy. So, we are happy to invest more into renewable projects both in Poland and in other similar markets, primarily in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Finland,” Lepasepp commented and added that Sunly looks into both greenfield and mature renewable energy projects.