The demand for energy from renewable sources is constantly increasing. This has led to a significant expansion in the share of RES within the Polish electrical system in recent years. However, this rapid development has highlighted challenges associated with outdated grid infrastructure and complex connection procedures. But time is money, so how can we achieve the swift energization of PV power plants? Nomad Electric has a method to accomplish this.
Nomad Electric is responsible for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) delivery of the 57 MWp solar portfolio for Vortex Energy Polska which is a part of Vitol capital group.
Nomad Electric has initiated its first contract on the Iberian Peninsula, undertaking the construction of EPC (Engineering, Procurement, Construction) utility-scale solar plants in Portugal with a total capacity of 45 MWp. These installations are currently being constructed in the Pinhal, Santarém, Marmeleiro, and Alentejo regions.
In this role, he will be responsible for overseeing the construction processes (EPC) of large-scale photovoltaic farms under the contracts signed by the company.
“Efficient and effective management of renewable energy installations is impossible without advanced tools in data science,” says Paweł Czaus, CEO of Nomad Electric Services in an interview for wnp.pl.
This year’s theme is #Tech4GreenEnergy, and the competition targets innovative Polish startups specialising in green energy. The prize pool has a total value of 215,000 PLN.
Nomad Electric has signed a new EPC contract with an international investor to construct photovoltaic farms with a total value of approximately 84 million PLN . This is another multi-million deal the company has concluded over the last two months.
Izabela Mielniczuk has taken on the role of Business Development Director at Nomad Electric, where she is responsible for developing and implementing the company’s business strategy in the EPC sector both in Poland and internationally.
Do you know what it takes to manage hundreds of PV farms at a top level? At Nomad Electric, we know exactly how to do it. Our Operations & Maintenance is powered by the high-tech Monitoring Centre, where we turn data into decisions. To ensure the optimal performance of each solar farm we manage, we use AI and machine learning techniques for analysis.
This 50 MWp solar power plant covers an area of 57 hectares and is located in the Lubusz Voivodeship. Nomad Electric was the first company in Poland to build such a large-scale PV installation based entirely on solar trackers. This solar farm is already generating enough electricity to power more than 28,000 homes each year.
Jarosław Żelewski, COO of Nomad Electric Services, gave an insightful interview for Teraz Środowisko. He discusses the key role that advanced analytics, state-of-the-art tools and a highly skilled team play in improving the quality of O&M services, which ultimately translates into more profitable solar installations.
We’re moving into EPC, O&M and SCADA services for wind energy projects. Our journey into this territory is built on a strong foundation of experience. We’ve honed our skills by providing O&M services for PV installations.