OX2 wins Polish tender bids for solar and energy storage

The Swedish developer has won the right to build a 100MW solar farm along with a 50MW energy storage facility. 
Photo: Pr / Ox2 / Joakim Lagercrantz
Photo: Pr / Ox2 / Joakim Lagercrantz
by anne filbert, translated by kristoffer grønbæk

Swedish developer OX2 continues its Polish venture after winning auction bids for a 100MW solar farm and a 50MW energy storage project.

“This is very good news and we look forward to realizing another solar farm and our first energy storage project in Poland. It is a very dynamic market and we will continue to invest and expand our portfolio of projects there”, says OX2 Chief Executive Paul Stormoen.

The two projects will increase OX2’s portfolio in Poland to a total of 2.5GW. 

OX2 plans to commence construction in 2023.

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