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INTEC Energy solutions provides EPC, O&M services to 25 MW solar projects


Leading Solar EPC System Provider INTEC Energy Solutions (INTEC) continues its steady growth with strategic collaborations. INTEC is carrying out one of Poland’s key solar power plant portfolios for RWE – one of the world’s leading companies for renewable energy.

One of our latest projects in Poland will spread across 25 separate locations, each with 1 MWp capacity, for a total peak power of 25 MW. The project sites are located between Leszno and Poznań, with satellite sites in Szczecin, Toruń, and Elbląg, and the projects are scheduled for completion in 2022. After the commissioning of the solar farms, INTEC will provide Operation & Maintenance services for two years.

INTEC's experience in the provision of full Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) services is enriched in this unique project by RWE's extensive investment and growth strategy. When completed, this ground-mounted photovoltaic power plant (PVPP) projects will be capable to generate 20 million kWh of green electricity per year, and powering 10,000 households with clean energy while lowering carbon emissions by roughly 21,000 tons each year.

"We are proud to contribute to Poland's renewable energy sources by bringing in our abilities and expertise to realise solar projects for RWE– one of the leading players in the renewable energy sector. We are well aware of the potential of solar energy in Poland and in the European region as a whole. At INTEC, we constantly offer and assure the highest quality solutions to our customers, and appreciate the importance of our long-standing collaborations in this regard. We are proud to be able to meet the demands of the current global decarbonization plan through clean solar power, working in solidarity with our strong partners," says INTEC CEO Adrien Joseph.


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