Receiving energy from renewable sources is growing very dynamically in Poland. We contribute to this – dozens of wind and photovoltaic farms build by companies from the Elmont Group operate throughout the whole country. Therefore, we are pleased to inform you about the record that was set yesterday. According to the data of Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne, on March 28, a record for the total amount of energy generated from solar and wind was set in Poland.
At the peak moment, the solar and wind farms operated with the capacity of 9,648.7 MW (a quarter-hour record), and in one hour – with the capacity of 9,584 MW.
The record for wind energy production was set when the Dudley hurricane passed over our country on February 16 – wind farms worked for an hour with a capacity of over 6.7 GW. It was beaten again on March 21 (6,817.2 MW).
The record for photovoltaics was set on March 27 (power 4 782 MW) and was broken the next day (28.03), at 13:00 the PV was operating at 4,801 MW. So on Monday, when it was sunny and windy, we achieved a record for solar and total energy production!
We are glad that RES is developing so dynamically. This is especially important now when we need to achieve energy independence, so we truly hope that there will be many more records in generating clean energy this year! We keep our fingers crossed.