Nomad Electric has signed a contract with an international investor for the construction of a photovoltaic power plants worth PLN 66 million. The plant will be built under the EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) model, including the construction of cable lines and connection to the distribution system operator’s equipment.
Construction of the power plants will start in October this year and is scheduled to be completed in 2024. PV instalations will be located in the West Pomeranian, Greater Poland, Opole and Kuyavian-Pomeranian voivodships.
“We are very pleased to have the opportunity to work with one of the most experienced companies in the renewable energy market, which is part of a global group. This contract is further proof of the international investor’s confidence in our company and our team. I am proud that together we will build another photovoltaic farms that will also contribute to the reduction of harmful CO2 emissions into the atmosphere. In this way, we will make another contribution to accelerating the transformation and increasing the energy security of our country,” commented Paweł Czaus, CEO of Nomad Electric.
Nomad Electric portfolio of EPC projects currently stands at over 286 MWp, including solar parks with a total capacity of 77 MWp, all built on trackers. Nomad Electric was one of the first companies in Poland to build such large PV installations entirely using this technology. The company is also involved in activities such as building main reception points and high voltage cable lines.
In addition to the implementation of PV farm projects, Nomad Electric is steadily expanding its portfolio of PV O&M projects. The company has secured contracts for a total capacity of over 1.3 GWp, making it a leader in this area.
“At Nomad Electric, we use hi-tech monitoring center and proprietary SCADA Nomad NX software, thermography using specialized drones, as well as electroluminescence for module inspections. Thanks to such innovations, we help farm owners improve the efficiency and performance of power plants and extend the life of installations, minimize risk, and increase the overall value of assets,” added Paweł Muszyński, Director of Business Development at Nomad Electric.