We have signed a preliminary agreement to sell a portfolio of photovoltaic installations with a total capacity of nearly 50 MW to the KGHM Polska Miedź Group. We will also provide after-sales maintenance services for the PV farms that are the subject of the transaction.
– Projekt Solartechnik has been present on the European market for more than a dozen years, in Poland we have been supporting the development of the RES sector for more than a decade. We are very pleased when large companies striving for climate neutrality decide to cooperate with us. We achieve a synergy effect in actively working for our future,” says Maciej Marcjanik, CEO of Projekt Solartechnik. – I thank the entire team that worked on this project. We are united by good energy,” he adds.
The solar power plants purchased by KGHM are located in the Lower Silesian, Łódźkie, Pomeranian and Greater Poland provinces. The installations will provide about 2 percent of KGHM’s electricity needs.
We began our cooperation with KGHM with a pioneering physical PPA contract in a Pay-As-Produced structure for the supply of green energy from one of Projekt Solartechnik’s owned photovoltaic farms. Now our partner will become the owner of this and seven other solar power plants,” says Krzysztof Czajka, our CSO. Thank you for your trust. We are happy to support the copper company in its green transformation,” he adds.
In the transaction process for the sale of the photovoltaic farm portfolio, Projekt Solartechnik was supported by: TDJ in the M&A area, PwC as lead transaction advisor and GNZ Legal as legal advisor.