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  • Project procedures and administrative approvals

  • Drawing up financial analyses

  • Foundation construction

  • Construction of driveways and access areas

  • Assembly and disassembly of power plants

  • Electrical engineering work

  • Refabrication of power plants

  • Machine launching

  • Landscaping

  • Transport and unloading

  • Sale of used power plants

Join us for a green tomorrow

“Due to the deliberate decision to move away from fossil fuels in energy and transport, both at the European community level and in the domestic market, there is no dilemma today as to whether to develop and invest in RES.”

Wojciech A. Romaniszyn, CEO of the company E-Wind SA

What does the cooperation look like?

Critical stages in the wind farm construction process

  1. Site selection

    Several factors determine the attractiveness of a location. The key one is the wind potential of a given area. In our resources, we have data from over 100 meteorological masts, which worked for a period of min. 14 months. This enables us to diagnose the wind attractiveness of almost any place in the country. Read more about other location criteria on our blog will be published shortly.

  2. Analysis of the local zoning plan - Local spatial development plan (LSDP)

    When choosing land for an investment, the area in which it is located should first be analysed in terms of the currently valid planning document: LSDP. 

  3. Administrative procedures

    An extensive and time-consuming stage of the process that determines the formal and legal aspects of the investment.

  4. Obtaining the ownership title to real estate

    The essence of this stage is to determine the form of ownership from which the legal title to the real estate arises. It should be remembered that the land directly under the investment and issues related to access to the farm are subject to security. It is also essential to determine the location of the power line together with a notarised transmission easement and the lease of the space in which the turbine rotor rotates – usually outside the plot on which the foundation is located.

  5. Application documentation for terms of connection to the power network

    An extract from the LSDP is required at this stage of the project.

  6. Building Permit

    It is the final stage of the project before the development begins.

  7. Concession licence

    This document guarantees the investor’s safety who commences operations in a given project by investing financial resources. According to current legal regulations, the oldest wind power plant that can be connected to the National Power System cannot be more than 72 months old from the date of manufacture.

  8. Construction and commissioning of a wind farm

    Among others, the construction of access roads, foundations and a manoeuvring area, the foundation of the mast, the wind turbine and the connection of the wind power plant to other elements of the technical infrastructure.

  9. Obtaining the concession

    Applies to investors who wish to generate electricity from renewable energy sources with a total installed electrical capacity of no less than 500 kW. They want to store it, sell it to the grid or distribute it. At this stage, you need to complete the documentation for the entire project and submit an application to the Energy Regulatory Office (URE of Poland) for auctioning.

  10. Launch of electricity generation

The future of wind energy in Poland
Years 2020 - 2030

Source: SWSA

RES capacity installed in Poland during 2019 in GW Total 9.5 GW

Source: Energy Forum

250 MW
The estimated potential of wind (onshore) projects we are preparing forready-to-build (R2B) status in 2020 – 2023

Example implementations

Jezierzyce 1,5 MW

Wind power plant GE 1.5sle, excellent wind conditions, built for a private client in 2020.

  • Location

    Rabino Commune, Swidwin County
  • Number of turbines

  • Voivodeship

    Western Pomeranian Voivodeship
  • Completion date

    March 2021
  • The total capacity of the facility

    1.5 MW
  • Operator

    Siłownie Wiatrowe Development

Get to know us

E-Wind SA - a synergy of business and concern for a "green tomorrow."

We are a developer of wind and photovoltaic projects, which we also implement “turnkey”. From the preparation of the necessary documents and obtaining administrative decisions, including permits, to the connection to the electrical grid, we deal with the entire project process.

We are the first in Poland to develop and implement the concept of using green hydrogen as a systemic solution to store energy produced by RES-based generation during off-peak demand hours.

Bet on experience and trust the professionals. In 2001 we commissioned Poland’s first professional wind farm in Barzowice near Darlowo in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship, consisting of 6 Vestas V52 wind turbines with a total capacity 5.1 MW.

Since then, we have accompanied our investors in investments of several hundred MW of installed capacity. We are looking forward to cooperating with: Investors, Municipalities and local authorities, Landowners and project owners.

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Green hydrogen - the energy of tomorrow

Do you want to optimise your project financially and ensure your complete energy independence? Opt for green hydrogen and build a green hydrogen production plant with us.


Renewable energy sources (RES) are entirely dependent on nature, making them completely unprogrammable. Technology-based on so-called green hydrogen can balance RES by allowing energy to be stored when the energy produced is not needed on the network and released when it is in demand.

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Najczęściej zadawane pytania

1. Ile prądu produkuje elektrownia wiatrowa?

Ilość wyprodukowanego prądu zależy od kilku czynników m. in. od rodzaju wiatraka, zainstalowanej mocy i warunków wiatrowych panujących w danej lokalizacji. Przykład: jedna elektrownia wiatrowa o mocy 2 MW może wyprodukować w skali roku szacunkowo ok 4 GWh energii. Umożliwia to pokrycie zapotrzebowania energetycznego np. ok. 1 200 gospodarstw domowych

2. Jakie są rodzaje elektrowni wiatrowych?

Ze względu na położenie osi obrotu wirnika rozróżniamy elektrownie wiatrowe z pionową i poziomą osią obrotu. Ze względu na moc znamionową dzielimy je na mikro, małe i duże elektrownie wiatrowe.

3. Co to jest duża elektrownia wiatrowa?

Jest to elektrownia o mocy znamionowej powyżej 100 kW. Taką elektrownie najczęściej stawia się z przeznaczeniem do produkcji prądu, który następnie ma być sprzedawany do sieci elektroenergetycznej.