Astronergy and Solartech Collaborate on Utility-Scale PV Farm Projects in Poland

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Astronergy, in partnership with Solartech, a player in Poland’s EPC market, has delivered high-efficiency module products for two utility-scale PV farm projects in Augstynka and Jeziorko.

With a combined capacity of 125MW, these projects underscore Astronergy’s commitment to sustainable energy solutions and mark a notable contribution to the local region’s renewable energy business.

Astronergy’s ASTRO series PV modules are set to drive positive environmental changes at the Augstynka and Jeziorko PV farm projects. With an anticipated annual production of 12.76 million kWh of clean electricity, these projects are projected to mitigate carbon dioxide emissions by approximately 102,718 tons each year.

Poland has been steadfastly intensifying its focus on renewable energy development, seeking to diminish its reliance on fossil fuels and transition towards a more sustainable energy mix. The Augstynka and Jeziorko PV farm projects align seamlessly with Poland’s renewable energy objectives, underscoring the nation’s dedication to embracing clean energy technologies and combating climate change.

Bartek Zysinski, CEO of Solartech, expressed enthusiasm for the projects, stating, “As a leading EPC & project developer, at Solartech we are excited to collaborate with Astronergy, partnering to deliver the most up-to-date and innovative solutions in the market for our utility-scale PV farms.”

The collaboration between Astronergy and Solartech not only highlights the companies’ commitment to advancing renewable energy but also signifies a significant step forward in Poland’s journey towards a greener and more sustainable future.

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