SENS develops up to 1 GW in Poland together with the Polish project developer SEPV

355 MWp #GoodEnergy for Poland

Iqony Sens develops up to 1 GW in Poland together with the Polish project developer SEPV


The home of Marie Curie, Frédéric Chopin and Pope John Paul II - Poland thrives on its culture and its important history, which dates back to the 10th century. This diversity is also to be expanded in the energy mix: While most energy is currently produced from coal-fired power generation, solar energy is a rapidly growing energy source. Iqony Sens is using the state government's approval for the expansion of renewable energies for its latest project development business in Poland, which will be realised in the coming years together with the Polish project developer SEPV. The first 355 MWp of the 1 GWp pipeline have now been secured and are under development.

4 projects with a total of 355 megawatts under development

Now four projects and the associated sites have been secured, the development of the first 355 MWp can begin. There are also further projects totalling up to 1 GWp in the pipeline, which are now being successively developed. Iqony Sens is cooperating with its partner Christian Schönwiesner from Seraphim Power, who initiated the partnership and will continue to manage the project portfolio. Iqony Sens is also working with the Polish project development partner SEPV (Solar Energy PV), which will take over the upcoming development work on site.

"We are looking forward to working closely with our Polish project development partner SEPV. The roots of Iqony Sens lie partly in Poland, which is why we have always had close contact with Poland. Expertise is one focus when selecting partners, but the much more decisive factor is a feel for people, explains Christian Kleinhans, Global Director Project Development at Iqony Sens.

Good Energy for Eastern Europe

The Polish government is focussing heavily on the expansion of photovoltaics. Solar energy has grown more strongly in Poland in recent years than any other energy source. The country's solar power output even exceeds that of the wind turbines connected to the grid. In addition to small systems on private and company roofs, the country is also focussing on large ground-mounted PV systems in order to achieve the considerable expansion targets in large steps.

"We have been focussing on the Eastern European market for a long time and have been active there for several years in Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania, among others. Poland offers great potential for the expansion of the energy transition, which we want to drive forward with vigour. Together with our local and international partners, we can take a big step towards a future with 100% Good Energy in Poland," says André Kremer, explaining the strategic decision behind the projects in Poland.


Find out more about our projects in (Eastern) Europe here.



Pictures: Iqony Sens

Published: 01.02.2024

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