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.
We already have high-voltage substations and associated infrastructure under management and will have two more in our hands by the end of the year. We’ve also developed our own SCADA-class software system, Nomad NX, specifically tailored to the needs of O&M. But it’s not just about technology; it’s about the people. We’ve built a highly skilled team strategically located across Poland to ensure first-class service and support.
The energy landscape in Poland is evolving. On 1 October, an amendment to the Renewable Energy Act came into force, transposing another part of the RED II directive on support for renewable energy into Polish law introducing rules on cable pooling. Currently, the biggest obstacle to the development of renewable energy in the country is the lack of grid capacity for renewable energy investments. New regulations represent a significant step forward. We now have the possibility of farm hybridization, where several renewable energy installations can share a single connection node, particularly the combination of a PV plant with a wind farm. These two sources, working in tandem, complement each other and increase the total amount of energy output fed into the grid. The hybridization of farms not only optimizes the management of the grid but also reduces the connection costs for investors. Currently, in Poland there are 9 GWp of wind and 4 GWp of utility-scale solar power plants. This represents substantial potential, and we are committed to harnessing it.