Acciona Energy Poland Global Sp. z o.o.

Member of ACCIONA Energía Group – world leader in the renewables in general and in wind energy in particular. The company has taken on the mission of demonstrating the technical and economic viability of a new energy model on the basis of criteria of sustainability, with a presence in all renewables, acting in the different phases of the value chain and investing in all major markets.

www.acciona.es

Agencja Rozwoju Przemysłu S.A.

The Industrial Development Agency JSC is a state-owned, join-stock company under ownership supervision of the Chancellery of the Prime Minister. The IDA supports business enterprises in operation and development of business activity, as well as in the implementation of restructuring processes, and plays a major role in increasing competitiveness of the Polish industry.
The broad spectrum of support instruments includes both financial products (loans, leasing etc.) and non-financial assistance in implementation of projects, such as providing access to investment areas and production facilities within Special Economic Zones administered by the IDA. The Company also makes it possible for business partners to liaise in implementing innovative projects. The important areas of IDA activity are initiatives related to renewable energy sources (e.g. offshore wind energy).
As part of the Polish Development Fund Group, the IDA cooperates with major Polish institutions supporting enterprises and provides comprehensive solutions in response to the current needs and challenges faced by businesses.

www.arp.pl/en

Aldesa Nowa Energia sp. z o.o.

Aldesa Nowa Energia is part of a Spanish construction group with over 50 years of tradition. The company acts as a contractor for EPC projects for wind farms. Aldesa invests, develops, builds, launches and maintains renewable energy projects. We have launched over 70 such facilities worldwide. The total capacity of wind farms realized by us exceeds 1000MW, of which over 140MW in Poland so far and 260MW under construction.

www.aldesa.pl

Allen & Overy, A. Pędzich sp. k.

Supporting the energy industry, in particular renewables,  is a key priority for Allen & Overy, and our team of renewable energy specialists provides advanced advice across the full spectrum of renewable technologies.

We cut across disciplines to provide a one-stop shop for advice, covering development, financing, construction, operation and maintenance, power offtake arrangements and regulatory matters  for renewable energy projects. Our team combines a breadth of global experience with a depth of regional experience to provide clients with up-to-the-minute market intelligence on how to allocate risk and make deals bankable. We have advised governments, sponsors, senior and mezzanine lenders  and export credit agencies on projects throughout the region, including many first-of-a-kind projects.

We are consistently ranked by the main legal directories as a leading banking & finance and M&A firm, both locally and regionally. We have recently been awarded the Firm of the Year award at IFLR Europe Awards 2022, this included a recognition of our expertise in the energy sector.

www.allenovery.com

Alseva Pro Sp. o.o.

Information available soon.

www.alseva.pl

Centralna Grupa Energetyczna S.A.

A company with completely private, Polish capital, engaged in comprehensive preparation of investment projects in the field of renewable energy. We acquire real estate, design, obtain all administrative permits and approvals, carry out economic analyzes, and supervise the implementation of investments.

www.cgesa.pl

CJR Polska Sp. z o.o.

CJR Renewables is a global service provider, encompassing construction, electrical and installation, offering EPC/BOP/BOS solutions and providing a unique turnkey service and experience. Currently present in over 25 countries, spread over 4 continents, CJR Renewables has maintained, since its establishment, a sustainable and ever-growing business model, based on 3 essential pillars: experience, that has been increasing with each project; know-how, originated from a well-balanced team whose individual characteristics create a unique group workflow and synergy; and finally, dedication.

www.cjr-renewables.com

DLA Piper

DLA Piper in Poland provides legal and tax advisory services to international corporations, financial institutions and domestic enterprises operating in all sectors through the specialized practices e.g.: corporate law, financial markets and infrastructure projects, regulatory advisory services, including energy law etc.

www.dlapiper.com

Domrel Biuro Usług Inwestycyjnych Sp. z o.o.

Our primary activity is preparation of the investment concepts, site selection, preparation of projects, obtaining necessary permits and supervising the implementation of wind power units on behalf of foreign and domestic investors. We deal with complex design and implementation of investment projects with a value from a few to several hundred million euros. The company operates on the wind energy market since 2002.

www.domrel.pl

DWF Poland Jamka sp.k.

DWF is a global law firm listed on the main market of the London Stock Exchange, employing over 3,200 people in 28 business hubs around the world. Becoming part of DWF will allow our team to further develop and increase our potential in new technologies, in particular renewable energy.

www.dwf.law/

EDF EN Polska Sp. z o.o.

EDF Energies Nouvelles is a leader in the production of renewable energy. The company develops, installs and operates green electricity power plants in Europe and North America, primarily for its own owner-operator account and for third parties. Sun, wind, water, plants… by drawing upon natural, renewable resources, EDF EN aims at providing competitively-priced carbon dioxide-free alternate energies equivalent to traditional sources. EDF Energies Nouvelles gives priority to the development of wind energy and solar photovoltaics. Focused on the evolution of other emerging technologies, the company is also a player in the biogas, biomass, biofuels, and marine energy sectors. A subsidiary of Group EDF, the company benefits from the support of a leader in the production of electricity.EDF EN intends to extend its international footprint in Poland by developing, building and operating wind farms.

www.edf-renouvelables.com

EDP Renewables Polska Sp. z o.o.

EDP Renewables (EDPR) is the renewable energy company of Lisbon-based EDP (Energias de Portugal) and the world’s third largest wind power operator. Headquartered in Madrid, EDPR is present in 11 countries across the globe: Portugal, Spain, France, Belgium, Poland, Romania, Italy, United Kingdom, Brazil, United States and Canada. In those countries, EDPR operates onshore plants with a global installed capacity of more than 7.2 GW. The company also has a pipeline of 1.3 GW of offshore plants to be constructed in the United Kingdom. In Poland, EDPR is a leading company and manages a portfolio of 190 MW.

www.edpr.com

Enercon

Enercon – producer and supplier of wind turbines, known for gearless technology. Leader at the German market in the extent of installed capacity, and at the world market – third position. The produced turbines possess nominal power from 330 kW to 6000kW. Enercon is also present at the Polish market, turbines work at the coast in pomorskie voivodship and in the centre of Poland, a wind park with the capacity of 30 MW is being built at Kamieńsk Mountain, near Bełchatów.

www.enercon.de

Energa OZE SA

Energa OZE SA is a company of a capital PKN Orlen Group. It is a Leading Entity of the Generation Business Line which carries out activities related to the generation of electricity and heat, the provision of system services as well as the transmission and distribution of heat.
Energa OZE SA operates in the area of the power generation from renewable energy sources and provides system services. The company manages the country’s largest flow-through Hydroelectric Power Plant in Włocławek, 44 small hydropower plants located mainly in northern Poland. The total installed capacity of hydropower plants is about 208 MWe. The company operates 6 wind farms located in northern Poland with a total capacity of 242 MWe. Energa OZE also run 2 photovoltaic power plants in Gdańsk and Czernikowo with a total installed capacity of approx. 5 MW.
Renewable energy sources of Energa generate about 40% of total  electric power generated by the Energa Group.

www.energa-oze.pl

Energix Polska Sp. z o.o.

The Energix Group was founded in 2009 as part of the Alony-Hetz Properties and Investments group, is a company listed on the Tel Aviv stock exchange, which has a portfolio of over 2 GW of projects at various stages of initiation and development in Israel, the United States and Poland.
Energix started operating in Poland in 2014. Focused on the development of Renewable Energy Sources, by building a wind farm consisting of 53 turbines with a total capacity of 106 MW in 2016, Energix connected to the grid the second largest wind farm in Poland. Currently, the company has 120 MW in the operation phase.
The company also owns wind farm projects under construction with a total capacity of up to 125 MW. The company also has a 56 MW project ready for construction with a winning auction with the planned start of cons.
Energix Polska is looking for new projects to expand its portfolio in the field of wind and solar farm development. For a company that produces electricity based on renewable energy sources, sustainable development is an integral part of its business. We call it the “Triple-Win-Package”: win for the community, win for the environment and win for the company.

www.energixpolska.com

Enertrag AG

One of the biggest German producer of electrical energy generated in renewable sources; focused on planning, building, maintaining and servicing of wind parks as well as biomass power plants. Active in Germany, France, Poland, Italy & UK. In Uckermark owner of 20 & 110 kV grid and trafo stations.

www.enertrag.com

ENGIE Zielona Energia Sp. z o. o.

We are part of  ENGIE, the international group operating in over 70 countries. We are the long term investor focused on the renewable energy sources, owner and operator of wind and  photovoltaic farms in Poland. We sell electricity and natural gas to business customers. We offer the sale and installation of roof and ground-mounted PV. We provide commercial services to renewable energy producers – among others the access to energy market, trade of green certificates and guarantees of origin and commercial balancing services. We steadily and strongly expand our activities, which comes along with the RES development trends observed on the Polish energy market and ENGIE’s business strategy oriented on the support and development of the low-emission energy sources as well as sound and long term business partnership.

www.engie-zielonaenergia.pl

Eolus Poland Sp. z o.o.

Eolus Vind is one of the leading renewable energy developers in the Nordic and the Baltic markets. During the spring of 2021 Eolus entered the Polish market and established a local team in Warsaw. Eolus is active in the entire value chain from greenfield development to construction and operation of wind, solar and storage production facilities on behalf of our customers. We are also exploring opportunities within offshore wind. Eolus offers attractive and competitive investments in the Nordic and Baltic countries as well as Poland and the United States to both local and international investors. Founded in 1990, Eolus has erected more than 650 wind turbines. In 2021, Eolus will operate 1 300 MW wind on behalf of customers under our asset management services. Eolus Vind AB (publ) is listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm Mid Cap.

www.eolusvind.com/en

Equinor ASA

Equinor is an international energy company present in more than 30 countries worldwide. Formerly Statoil, Equinor is headquartered in Stavanger, Norway. There are over 20,000 employees developing oil, gas, wind and solar energy around the world. Equinor is also a world leader in carbon capture and storage. Equinor current offshore wind portfolio has the capacity to provide more than 1 million European homes with electricity from renewable energy. The company operates three wind farms off the coast of the UK and is engaged in further large-scale wind projects offshore the UK, Germany, and the US. Equinor is pioneering innovation in offshore wind solutions for deeper waters. Hywind Scotland is the world’s first floating offshore wind park. Equinor seeks to establish its energy business in Poland by developing offshore wind projects in the Baltic Sea.

www.equinor.com

ERG Power Generation S.p.A.

Listed on the Milan Stock Exchange ERG energy group was founded over 80 years ago. Its subsidiary ERG Power Generation is the leading wind energy operator in Italy and one of the largest onshore wind producer in Europe, with a total installed capacity of 1,9 GW in UK, France, Germany, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria and Italy. ERG is also active in the production of power from water (527 MW), sun (141 MW) and thermoelectric sources with low environmental impact (480 MW).
ERG Power Generation has entered Poland, with the acquisition in July 2014 of the first project (42 MW) and now has three wind farms with 82 MW installed capacity: Radziejów (42MW), Słupia (26 MW), Szydłowo (14MW). In 2020 ERG has finalised acquisition of two projects under construction:  Piotrków Kujawski (24,5MW) and Laszki (36MW), which increased its presence in Poland to 142 MW. ERG Power Generation business model is fully integrated along the whole value chain of the wind industry: country analysis, development, wind assessment, engineering, construction, HSE, O&M activities.

www.erg.it/en/home

European Energy Polska Sp. z o.o.

European Energy was founded in 2004, activities are focused on constructing wind and solar farms as well as large scale green energy storage and downstream technologies.
Currently developing and constructing renewables  in Poland, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Germany, UK, Lithuania, France, Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, US, Italy, Spain, Brazil and US.
In 2021 European Energy will reach a new milestone crossing the line of 2 GW renewable energy capacity developed or purchased since 2004.

www.europeanenergy.dk

FAMUR S.A.

FAMUR GROUP is a technology holding company that provides solutions to the energy, mining and bulk material handling industries. Its goal is to support the green transformation in the energy sector. In its investments, the Group focuses on renewable energy. For 40 years, FAMUR has been designing, delivering and repairing gearboxes intended for many industry. The Group is a member of the prestigious non-profit organization APQP4Wind that has been setting standards in the wind industry worldwide for many years. As a result, it has staff trained in the use of production quality management methodology for the needs of the global wind energy market.

www.famur.com

Horizons Sp. z o.o.

Horizons is a consulting and engineering company. Main area of activity is servicing companies and projects in RES investments from the initial stages of investment to execution management. Main area of activity is the service of photovoltaic and wind energy projects onshore and offshore. With it’s excellent knowledge of local requirements and experience, it is the perfect partner for large and small projects. The company has its own portfolio of projects under development and an extensive network of cooperating companies.

www.horizons.com.pl

Iberdrola

The Iberdrola Group is the third largest electricity company in the world by market capitalization and one of the biggest global renewable energy producers. With a history of more than 170 years, the group supplies energy to almost 100 million people in dozens of countries, with over 600,000 shareholders, a workforce of over 38,000 and assets of more than 125 billion euros.
Iberdrola has plans to invest 150 billion euros by 2030 to help deliver the energy transition, with a focus on renewables, smarter grids, increased energy storage and advanced digital products and services for customers.
The Group is present in Europe (Spain, the United Kingdom, Portugal, France, Germany, Italy, Ireland and Greece), the United States, Brazil, Mexico and Australia. Recent expansion has also seen Iberdrola enter into new markets with good growth prospects such as Japan, Taiwan, Sweden and Poland.
Globally the company operates more than 35,000 MW of renewable energy capacity, making its generation fleet one of the cleanest in the energy sector (offshore wind, onshore wind, solar, hydro & storage).
Offshore wind is one of the group’s growth areas. Iberdrola has 1.3 GW installed power and is progressing with the construction of a further 2.6 GW. By 2030, Iberdrola aims to have at least 12 GW of offshore wind operational.
Overall, Iberdrola plans to double its renewable energy capacity to reach 60 GW by 2025, rising to 95 GW by 2030.
In Poland Iberdrola’s activities are focused on offshore and onshore wind.

www.iberdrola.com/home

Ibereolica Sp. z o.o.

Ibereolica is a subsidiary of Iniciativas Energéticas SA, founded in Poland for the purpose of design, construction and carrying out of projects involved with generating power from renewable sources. The company is owned by Uriel Inversiones Group operating in Spain since 1927, currently engaged in such sectors as renewable energy sources, biofuels, solid waste treatment and neutralisation, production of biogas from solid waste, manufacture of automotive components, agricultural and breeding industry, food industry and real estate services. However, the main field of Group’s operation is renewable energy sources. At the moment we own water energy plants with the total power of 14.2 MW, wind farms with the total power of 268.4 MW and PV with the total power of 27 MWe. Our strategy in Poland incorporates creating wind farms with the total power of 412 MW.

www.urielrenovables.com

Kelfield Sp. z o.o.

Kelfield Sp. z o.o carries out investments in renewable energy sources, including large-scale photovoltaics, wind energy, electricity storage facilities and green hydrogen production. Our day-to-day work is based on the expertise of our team, whose members have years of experience working on projects for both smaller companies and global industry leaders. In the long term, we will actively support the transformation of the electricity system. We attach particular importance to sustainable development with innovative solutions at the local level with the use of innovative solutions at the local level.

www.kelfield.pl

Maple Power Limited

Maple Power Ltd. (MPL) was established as a 50-50 joint venture (JV) between Enbridge and CPP Investments (CPPIB) to pursue European offshore wind projects across the asset lifecycle. MPL’s JV partners are like-minded investors with a long-term investment horizon, similar investment criteria and a desire to grow their presence in renewable energy.  The JV was established in 2019 with the objective of originating, developing, constructing, and managing offshore wind projects on behalf of the shareholders. MPL is domiciled in the United Kingdom and has a team of 19 experts, with relevant offshore wind expertise across its offices in London and Paris.  MPL’s shareholders currently have 9 offshore wind projects and are actively seeking opportunities to expand its portfolio in Europe.

www.maplepower.com

Martifer Renewables S.A.

MARTIFER RENEWABLES S.A. being part of a large Portuguese holding company exists in Poland since 2005. The company operates in the renewable energy sector – it is engaged in designing and building wind farms and in development, production and sale of electricity throughout Poland. MARTIFER Group, through its subsidiary companies, works in developed markets in Europe (Portugal, Spain, Germany, Poland, Romania) and in South America (Brazil). MARTIFER Group currently has in operation 36.1 MW of solar and wind energy. At the end of 2010 the Group sold its wind parks in Germany in the total capacity of 53.1 MW. In September 2011 MARTIFER RENEWABLES S.A. concluded the sale to IKEA RETAIL Sp. z o. o. of Leki Dukielskie Wind Farm,10 MW and Bukowsko Wind Farm 18MW and preliminary sale of Rymanów Wind Farm 26MW

www.martifer.com

Nordex Polska Sp. z o.o.

Nordex is one of the leaders in multi-megawatt wind power systems. The product range of Generation Gamma and Generation Delta comprise turbines for strong, medium and light wind sites. Solution-driven innovations, a dense service network, preventive maintenance and end-to-end modernization are also part of the company’s offer. Nordex has installed a total of around 6,900 turbines with an aggregate capacity of more than 12,000 MW all around the world.

www.nordex-online.com/en/

Northland Power

Northland is a Canada-based developer, owner and operator of renewable energy infrastructure. Over 30 years we have grown from a local independent power producer to a top 10 global offshore wind player. With an estimated 7 GW of capacity in operating assets and identified development projects, we are strategically positioned to further accelerate the global transition to a low-carbon future. In Poland, Northland owns and develops the Baltic Power project with its partner.

www.northlandpower.com

Novenergia Poland Services Sp. z o.o.

Novenergia Poland Sp. z o.o. belongs to a group of companies that are part of an investment fund Novenergia II – Energy & Environment with private equity of € 450 million (SICAR with its registered office in Luxembourg) involved in the promotion of renewable energy sources throughout Europe. Founded in 2001, the Fund develops wind and photovoltaic projects in Portugal, Italy, Bulgaria, Spain, France, Hungary, Poland, and Romania. In Poland, the company coordinates a project of a wind farm in Głuchów located in Łódzkie Voivodship with a total capacity of 40 MW. The farm will be implemented in two phases in 20 MW each. The company intends to acquire wind projects totalling 150 MW in the near future until 2015.

www.novenergia.com

ONDE S.A.

Przedsiębiorstwo Budownictwa Drogowo-Inżynieryjnego S.A. -> ONDE S.A. executes construction works on wind farms as General Contractor. The scope of Company services includes the design and construction of foundations, access roads, crane platforms as well as power engineering works (i.e. the design and construction of substations, MV and HV cable lines). The Company has signed nearly twenty contracts for the construction of wind farms on the territory of Poland and completed them successfully, some of them as General Contractor. A few projects were implemented on a turnkey basis (EPC) – the scope of works included the delivery, installation and start-up of the wind turbines. PBDI S.A. functions in the Erbud Group.

www.onde.pl

Orsted Polska Sp. z o.o.

Headquartered in Denmark, Ørsted’s 5,600 employees develop, construct and operate offshore wind farms, bioenergy plants and innovative waste-to-energy solutions and provide smart energy products to its customers.
Ørsted has a vision of creating a world that runs entirely on green energy. Ørsted has transformed from being one of the most coal- and oil-intensive energy companies in Europe into being one of the greenest global leaders in offshore wind.
As the world’s leading developer of offshore wind farms, Ørsted has installed 5,1GW offshore wind capacity in Europe and has a further 3.8GW under construction. It is Ørsted’s ambition to have installed a total offshore wind capacity of 11-12GW worldwide by 2025.
Locally Ørsted employs over 150 employees who are providing support in IT and Finance.
Ørsted IT delivers professional, stable business solutions and drives the digital transformation of the Ørsted group.
Ørsted Finance supports the business in making optimal decisions and ensure healthy and proper financial management.

www.orsted.com

OW Polska Sp. z o.o.

The establishment of Ocean Winds (“OW”) based in Madrid is the result of a joint venture between EDP Renewables S.A. (EDPR S.A.) and ENGIE S.A., which took place in 2019. The company is developing offshore wind energy projects under preparation (with a total volume of 6.6 GW) and implementation (with a total volume of 1.5 GW). The goal is to increase the volume of projects in operation or in the implementation phase to 5-7 GW by 2025, and the volume of projects at an advanced stage of preparation to 5-10 GW. The main markets where OW’s activities are focused are Europe, the United States and selected Asian countries, where the largest growth of the offshore wind energy industry is expected.

www.oceanwinds.com

OX2 Sp. z o.o.

OX2 develops, constructs, finances and manages renewable energy projects in Northern Europe. We are a driving force in the transition towards a sustainable energy sector, offering financial investors as well as large energy users the opportunity to invest in and own renewable energy plants. OX2 has realized a significant part of the large-scale onshore wind power projects in the Nordic region. The group has operations in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Poland.

www.ox2.com

PGE Energia Odnawialna S.A.

PGE Energia Odnawialna S.A. is a subsidiary of PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna S.A. – Poland‘s largest power conglomerate and one of the largest power sector players in Central and Eastern Europe. The Company was established in 1993 as a result of restructuring of the Polish power sector. Back then, it operated under the name of Elektrownie Szczytowo Pompowe S.A. In 2010, a decision was made to consolidate the PGE Group‘s renewable energy assets. As a result, a new Group was established, comprising 21 subsidiaries. Within PGE Energia Odnawialna S.A. there are four separate operating Branches. Currently, the Group manages 29 hydroelectric power plants and one wind farm. It is also implementing a number of development projects focused on the use of wind, water and biomass energy, as well as on photovoltaics (solar energy). The Group‘s core business consists in the generation of electric power from Renewable Energy Sources (RES) and the provision of Ancillary Control Services (ACS) (under an agreement with PSE Operator S.A.). The total installed capacity of the Group‘s generating units (hydroelectric power plants and wind farms) amounts to approximately 391 MW, which gives it an approximately 17.1% share in the Polish market of power generation from RES*. In 2010, PGE Energia Odnawialna S.A. and the Group companies generated approximately 1,005 GWh of electricity, relative to 924 GWh in 2009 and 889 GWh in 2008. Moreover, in the same year, the Group sold property rights attached to Certificates of Origin with a total value representing approximately 475 GWh of output. The objective behind the Group‘s strategy is to maintain its position of a leading provider of Ancillary Control Services and to become Poland‘s leader in renewable energy generation from water and wind. The main development directions of PGE Energia Odnawialna S.A. are to implement projects involving wind power generation and use small hydroelectric power plants.

www.pgeeo.pl

PKN Orlen S.A.

The ORLEN Group is the largest fuel and energy company in Central Europe. We operate in six markets: Poland, the Czech Republic, Germany, Lithuania, Slovakia and Canada. Our power generation assets have a total capacity of 3.3 GW, including 624 MW in renewable energy sources. We plan to use the investment in offshore wind power generation – one of the key facets of the ORLEN2030 strategy – to become the energy transition leader in our region. The ORLEN Group aims to become a net zero carbon business by 2050.

Over the coming decade, the ORLEN Group will spend a total of PLN 47bn on low- and zero-carbon energy generation sources. The Group will focus primarily on offshore and onshore wind power generation and photovoltaic projects. Zero-carbon energy generation sources will be supported by cutting-edge low-emission gas sources.

The Group’s energy assets include: 58 renewable-energy power plants, mainly across the hydro, solar PV and onshore wind farm segments. The wind power segment comprises 10 farms with a total installed capacity of 353 MW. In addition, the ORLEN Group has two cutting-edge CCGT units, located in Płock and Włocławek, as well as the Płock CHP plant – the largest autoproducer CHP plant in Poland and one of the largest in Europe. The Company also has an extensive network of transmission lines with a total length of approximately 200,000 kilometres, which ensures continuous electricity supply to approximately 3 million customers.

For details of the ORLEN2030 strategy, go to orlen.pl/orlen2030

www.orlen.pl

Polenergia S.A.

Polenergia SA is the first Polish private group in power industry made up of vertically integrated companies functioning in the area of generation of power from conventional and renewable sources, as well as distribution and trade of electric energy. It was formed by consolidation of two groups of assets controlled by Polenergia Holding S.àr.l with its registered office in Luxemburg. PEP Group (Polish Energy Partners SA) – a company listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, implementing power engineering projects based on renewable energy sources. In 2012 the company was taken over by an entity of the Polenergia Holding S.a r.l. Group. The assets of Polenergia Group focused on generation, distribution and sale of electric energy and certificates of origin, trade of electric energy and certificates of origin, and development of new projects in the field of (renewable and conventional) power generation and gas transmission. The process of integration of the two groups has lasted since 2013. The culmination was the contribution of Polenergia’s Group asstes to PEP SA in exchange for the new issue shares. Polenergia SA is listed on the Stock Exchange. The Company is a vertically integrated entity specialized in implementing projects from generation of electric energy from conventional and renewable sources to distribution of electric energy and gas and sale and trade of energy and certificates of origin.

www.polenergia.pl

Qair Polska

Qair Polska is an independent power producer from renewable sources and part of the French Qair Group (prev. Lucia Holding) – an organization present in 12 countries, with 30 years of experience in onshore and offshore renewable energy. In Poland, the Group operates through Qair Polska (prev. Quadran Polska), a company responsible for development, construction, commercialization, and management of wind and PV projects. Qair Polska possesses an attractive portfolio of projects at different stages of development, including 130 MW of fully operational projects and about 170 MW under construction/preparation after successful RES Tenders in 2018 and 2019.

www.qair.energy.en

Ramboll Polska sp. z o.o.

Ramboll is a leading architectural, engineering, design and consultancy company founded in Denmark in 1945. Our 16,000 experts create sustainable solutions across Buildings; Transport; Water; Environment & Health; Architecture, Landscape & Urbanism; Energy and Management Consulting. Across the world, Ramboll combines local experience with a global knowledgebase to create sustainable cities and societies. We combine insights with the power to drive positive change to our clients, in the form of ideas that can be realized and implemented. We call it: Bright ideas. Sustainable change.
Ramboll stands as a global company with more than 30 years of experience in the wind industry. In Poland, Ramboll has worked with offshore wind for years securing several designs as well as advisory contracts across the market.  Our offshore wind team operates from two offices in Gdynia and Warsaw and is embedded into our Polish entity, a team that works in the Polish energy and environmental sector since 1990 and employs more than 70 experts. We have a unique market proposition and experience in permitting within the energy sector, which also includes offshore experience through our involvement in the Baltic Pipe project as the consultant responsible for the building permits. This combination of local licensed permit experience and our global offshore wind engineering experience is a key differentiator on the Polish market.

www.ramboll.com

Respect Energy

We are a Polish capital company specializing in the trade of electrical energy. As the only company  in Poland, we acquire and then sell energy exclusively and only from renewable energy resources.
Our company was established in 2013 by the Polish Association for Small Hydropower Development (Towarzystwo Rozwoju Małych Elektrowni Wodnych), hence its first name – TRMEW Obrót. Seeing the potential for the development of renewable energy sources, in 2017, the current CEO – Sebastian Jabłoński – decided to invest in the company. He invested in a relatively small company at the time, which in 2019 had a turnover of almost PLN 3 billion, employs 150 people and is physically present in more than 20 markets. On September22, 2020 our company changed its name to Respect Energy. The new name is tied to our values, i.e. respect for the environment, our contractors and our employees. We want to enable them all to contribute to environmental protection and the fight against climate change.

https://respect.energy/

RP Global Poland Sp. z o.o.

RP GLOBAL is a privately owned IPP (Independent Power Producer), developer and investor in renewable energies. Following 20 years of specialization in hydropower activities RP Global has diversified into wind energy projects in mid 2000. During the last 30 years more than 30 power plants were developed and constructed in Austria, Spain, Portugal, Turkey, France, Croatia and Chile. As of today 16 own plants are in operation or construction, as well as numerous others under development.

www.rp-global.com

RWE Renewables Poland Sp. z o.o.

RWE Renewables is a Top League renewables player, with 9.4 GW of renewables installed capacity footprint on five continents. Building our presence on the Polish renewables market since 2007, we now operate over 420 MW in onshore windfarms, with further 80 MW under construction. We own a growing number of PV plants and continue to develop one of the first offshore wind projects in Polish Baltic Sea.
Our development pipelines reach much further, so the highly skilled team located in several offices in Poland exceeded 80 employees in 2021. As a strategic investor we develop, construct and operate renewable projects throughout the full project lifetime, engaging with the local communities and long term cooperations with our partners and contractors.

pl.rwe.com/en

Sevivon Sp. z o.o.

Already in 2000 WKN started its activities in Poland and has been successfully developing renewable energy projects in the northern part. In 2007 the management of WKN from Germany and AOS Sp. z o.o. from Koszalin decided to form Sevivon as a common undertaking. In 2008 Sevivon Sp. z o.o was established as a joint venture. Since June 2020, Sevivon has been a hundred percent subsidiary of WKN GmbH.

With our employees based in Warsaw, Gdansk and Koszalin, we have a highly qualified and experienced team of engineers and managers. The purpose of Sevivon is the complex design of wind farm and photovoltaic projects from greenfield to construction. We take over the complete construction management as well as the technical and commercial management.

www.sevivon.pl

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy Sp. z o.o.

We harness the power of wind to tackle the greatest challenge of our generation – the climate crisis. Our contribution to that fight is bringing together one team of 25,000 colleagues working in partnerships across 90 countries, meeting this challenge and enabling the energy revolution. We bring engineering excellence to install and service thousands of wind turbines, generating over 100GW of wind power. In offshore wind, we are the global market leader; in onshore wind, we are number one in markets across the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia; and alongside this we operate and maintain turbine fleets globally. We produce clean and sustainable energy, powering our homes, schools, hospitals and keeping us moving wherever we are from the largest cities to the most remote corners of the planet.
Siemens Gamesa works at the centre of the global energy revolution. For 40 years, we have been the pioneers of the renewable energy industry, developing unparalleled market access and understanding. Today, we still keep the lights on, producing clean and sustainable energy, powering our homes, schools, hospitals and keeping us moving all over the world.

https://www.siemensgamesa.com/en-int

TAURON Polska Energia S.A.

TAURON Polska Energia S.A. is the holding company in one of the largest  business entities in Poland, the largest electricity distribution company and one of the largest electricity producer and trader. TAURON Group includes companies that deal with that whole electricity and heat supply chain. Tauron Polska Energia S.A. dynamically develops activities in the field of renewable energy sources – in particular in wind energy. Tauron’s installed generation capacity in RES sources is almost 700 MW.
Since 2010, the shares of TAURON Polska Energia SA are listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, incl. in the WIG20 and WIG30 indices. The company is included in the index of socially responsible companies – RESPECT Index

www.tauron.pl

TotalEnergies Renewables SAS

TotalEnergies is a global multi-energy company that produces and markets energies: oil and biofuels, natural gas and green gases, renewables and electricity. Our 105,000 employees are committed to energy that is ever more affordable, cleaner, more reliable and accessible to as many people as possible. Active in more than 130 countries, TotalEnergies puts sustainable development in all its dimensions at the heart of its projects and operations to contribute to the well-being of people.

totalenergies.com

Transition Technologies S.A.

The Transition Technologies Capital Group has been providing advanced industrial IT solutions and ensuring comprehensive outsourcing of IT and software production for many global corporations for 30 years. The Group comprises 10 companies leading in IoT, VR, AR, Managed services, robotic sand automation as well as data science and bioinformatics.

www.gktt.pl

Uniper Renewables GmbH

Düsseldorf-based Uniper is an international energy company with activities in more than 40 countries. With around 7,000 employees, it makes an important contribution to security of supply in Europe. Uniper’s core businesses are power generation in Europe, global energy trading, and a broad gas portfolio. Uniper plans for its 22.5 GW of installed power-generating capacity in Europe to be carbon-neutral by 2035. The company already ranks among Europe’s largest operators of hydroelectric plants and intends to further expand solar and wind energy, which are essential for a more sustainable and autonomous future.

Uniper is a reliable partner for communities, municipal utilities, and industrial enterprises for planning and implementing innovative, lower-carbon solutions on their decarbonization journey. Uniper is a hydrogen pioneer, is active worldwide along the entire hydrogen value chain, and is conducting projects to make hydrogen a mainstay of the energy supply.

Uniper is aiming to accelerate Europe’s energy transition to net zero. For this purpose, Uniper has a diversified platform for the development of solar and onshore wind projects in its European core markets, with the capacity to develop 1 GW per year to ready-to-build status (RTB) by the end of 2025 at the latest. Now we intend to realize our constantly growing multi GW pipeline of solar and onshore wind projects. We develop projects with a variety of partners: land owners, companies, and utilities that need to decarbonize, and renewables developers. Our strong offtake capabilities enable us to develop market-based renewables projects without subsidies.

www.uniper.energy

Valorem Energies Poland Sp. z o.o.

VALOREM is a vertically-integrated green energy operator which owns almost 1 GW of renewable energy projects in operation and covers the entire value chain of such projects from the development and the construction to the operation and maintenance stages.

A pioneer of onshore wind in the French energy market, VALOREM has successfully adapted its skills and expertise to other sustainable energies such as solar photovoltaic, fluvial hydraulics, hydroelectricity, hybrid storage projects and offshore wind energy.

Today, VALOREM employs more than 350 employees and has a strong presence internationally, operating mainly in Europe. As such, we can leverage the expertise of local partners in financing and developing renewable energy projects, while contributing towards achieving global CO 2 emissions targets.

In Poland, VALOREM is willing to develop long-term partnership with local developers to develop, build, finance and operate renewable energy projects.

www.valorem-energie.com

Vestas-Poland Sp. z o.o.

Vestas installed its first wind turbine in 1979 and has since played an active role in the fast-moving wind power industry. With a 20 per cent market share, Vestas is the world’s leading supplier of modern energy solutions. We have installed more than 38 000 wind turbines in 63 countries on five continents. From being a pioneer in the industry with a staff of approximately 60 in 1987, Vestas is today a global, market-leading group with over 20,000 people employed. Our core business includes development, manufacturing, sales, marketing and maintenance of wind power systems that use wind energy to produce electricity.

www.vestas.com

Vortex Energy

The Vortex Energy Group is one of the pioneers of the renewable energy sector in Poland and has over 18 years of experience in the development and realization of PV and wind projects in Poland and Germany. Currently the Group’s activities are focused exclusively on Poland.

Vortex Energy offers the full scope of services – from planning and development to construction and technical management.

Since foundation, The Group has completed RES projects in Poland and Germany with a total capacity of over 425 MW, of which approximately 320 MW are wind parks and PV farms located in Poland.

www.vortex-energy.pl/en

Wento Sp. z o.o.

WENTO is an investment company created by Enterprise Investors (http://www.ei.com.pl/en), a leading private equity fund manager in CEE, with over 20 years experience, 7 funds raised for total amount of 1.7 bn EUR, over 100 investments executed. EI is backed by leading global institutional investors and it is the largest and most experienced investment team in the CEE region. EI judged positively the outlook of renewable energy sector in CEE, and allocated 40–60 million EUR from PEF VI Fund to investments through WENTO in wind energy industry in Poland. WENTO started in late 2011, after almost a year of market research and analysis done by EI and after assembling the Team of the most experienced Polish professionals from the renewable and wind energy industry. WENTO is investing mainly into medium size (20-100 MW) wind farm projects, where its equity used during the construction phase of a fully developed wind farm project, creating in this way tangible assets, which can be sold to strategic investors, such as local and foreign utilities, or financial investors, interested in holding of such assets for longer term. Thanks to the “hands-on” approach of our Team to the entire life cycle of the wind farm construction and its financing under the project finance formula, WENTO is able to deliver superior quality assets to the interested off-takers, while assuring attractive returns for the equity provided by EI.

www.wento.eu

Windfarm Polska III Sp. z o.o.

Windfarm Polska III Sp. z o.o. (WFP III) is a Polish company owning the Jasna Onshore Windfarm located in Sztum district, Poland. WFP III is a subsidiary company of Stadtwerke München GmbH (SWM), in turn being 100% owned by the City of Munich. The windfarm has an installed capacity of 132 MW using Vestas V126 turbines.

wpd Polska Sp. z o.o.

wpd Polska sp. z o.o. is a part of capital group wpd AG, a leader in wind energy sector, which commissioned over 4,5GW of renewable energy installations and manages windfarms of over 2GW. The wpd group focuses on all stages of project implementation, from early stages of development, through financing and construction, to operation. It is a fully independent operator of windfarms, incl. in Germany, France and Croatia. wpd Polska sp. z o.o. is a developer working on projects to the full extent, applying the  highest standards at all stages of project development. wpd is currently expanding its activities on Polish market and is looking for partners/projects within the field of wind energy.

www.wpd-polska.pl
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