PPA with Statkraft leads Better Energy to build Polish solar farm

It will be the Danish developer's first unsubsidized solar farm in the country.

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Better Energy has signed a ten-year power purchase agreement with Statkraft, which includes the construction of a new solar farm in Poland.

In a press release, the company informs that the farm will have a capacity of 36MW upon completion in 2023. At the same time it marks the first time that the developer sets up an unsubsidized solar farm in Poland.

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