Hydro to build solar farm in Poland

The Norwegian company's new solar farm will reduce the CO2 impact from the production of aluminum at Polish plant.

Photo: Norsk Hydro

Hydro is building a solar farm in Poland near the company's extrusion plant in Trzcianka, where it will be connected directly to the plant and used to power a new extrusion press that is under construction.

The solar farm will also produce enough electricity for parts of the remaining power consumption, Hydro writes in a press release.

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