Sunly opens its first solar farms

by Tuuliki on January 16, 2020

Renewable energy company Sunly opens its first solar farms in Poland, by switching on its Sroczków solar farm, which is one of the seventh Sunly solar projects that were recently finished.

“We are delighted that the first year of Sunly is becoming a success. Opening our first solar plants is a significant milestone, making us a power production company,” commented Priit Lepasepp, the CEO and one of the founders of Sunly.

Lepasepp added that Sunly continues to grow with high speed by investing approximately 25 million euros in Poland and building new solar farms in northwestern and southeastern Poland.

Sunly’s first seven solar farms with more than 20 000 Sharp solar panels have a total capacity of 7 MW.

Sunly is a renewable energy company that is developing solar and wind energy projects and manages a renewable energy and electrification portfolio of start-ups. Sunly was established in 2019 by 4Energia team and investors after 4Energia shares were sold to the Estonian incumbent energy producer. At the moment of acquisition 4Energia was the biggest wind energy company in the Baltics.