Poland : Qair launches a 60-MW solar power plant in Kalisz Pomorski

Paris, September 15, 2023 – Qair, an independent renewable energy producer, has launched yesterday a large-scale, 60-MW solar power plant in Kalisz Pomorski. The project, one of the largest of this type in Poland in terms of occupied area, will produce the equivalent of the energy consumed by approximately 20,000 households, with a reduction in CO2 emissions by around 50,000 tonnes annually.


The facility covers a total area of 82 hectares and features over 112,000 solar panel modules and 240 inverters. The solar plant is equipped with 8 transformer stations and  a 11-kilometre-long high voltage (110 kV) line. The entire power generated will be sold to corporate clients under corporate Power Purchase Agreements (cPPAs). 


“In line with Qair’s strategy, we focus on large-scale projects that accelerate the transition to zero-emissions economy. It would not have been possible to implement this ambitious plan without support from the authorities of Kalisz Pomorski Municipality and the local community. This support is one of the reasons for which West Pomeranian Voivodeship is the leader in the production of green energy. It encourages us to continue developing large-scale projects here.” says Krzysztof Wojtysiak, CEO at Qair Polska.


Qair is consistently expanding its portfolio of solar and wind power projects. In 2024, the operating capacity of all the Company’s power plants in Poland will exceed 500 MW.




About Qair in Poland

Qair has been operating on the Polish market since 2015 and currently employs more than 100 specialists. The company has a portfolio of wind and photovoltaic assets including: 368 MW of fully operational projects, 142 MW in the implementation phase and over 2.5 GW in the early stage of development. Qair Polska offers the sales of electricity to large corporate entities under long-term cPPAs.

Find out more on: polska.qair.energy   


About Qair

Qair is an independent renewable electricity producer. It develops, finances, engineers, and operates projects related to the production and storage of solar energy, onshore and offshore wind power, hydropower, waste-to-energy, and green hydrogen.

The Group has more than 1 GW of capacity in operation or under construction. The Group’s 600 employees are developing a portfolio of 30 GW in 20 countries across Europe, Latin America, and Africa. Our ambition is to become an independent leader of the renewable energy sector.

More info: qair.energy




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