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 getting closer to our short-term goal to have 100MW installed solar power in Poland,” said Navickas.
Mr Navickas added that the company is actively looking for additional solar power projects both before but also after the renewable energy auction that is coming in December. Developers of solar farms interested in selling their projects can contact Mr Navickas by [email protected]
Sunly is a renewable energy company that develops projects in Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Finland. Sunly manages also a renewable energy and electrification portfolio of start-ups in Estonia.