2003 - 2005

Between 2003 and 2005 we built one of the first wind farms in the Pomerania region at the Slupsk Department of Energy. Our first wind park consists of 7 wind turbines with a total capacity of 1.1 MW. During the implementation of this project, we have gained the necessary experience and have developed our own unique know-how, thanks to which our activities are effective, well-thought-out and end successfully.


By 2007, Nowa Energia continued the development process, and in this year the first Enercon E-82 2 MW turbines were installed at the  Darżyno wind farm. This was the first model of this manufacturer installed in Poland. The farm is now owned by one of Poland’s major utility – Enea.


Nowa Energia launched cooperation with Spanish investment funds:


The aim was to provide capital to project companies and to attract an industrial partner for cooperation. The fund purchased a total of 6 wind farm projects with a total of 38MW, with a contract value of EUR 42 million.


Nowa Energia signed an investment agreement with TAIGA and SANTANDER to implement another wind farm project with a capacity of 47.5 MW, contract value EUR 52 million.


We signed a contract with a Spanish renewable energy investment fund NORVENTO, for the development of a 48 MW wind farm, valued at EUR 64 million.

The same year, we signed a strategic cooperation agreement with AES for the development of eight wind farm projects with a total capacity of 422 MW, in which Nowa Energia remains an owner of a 10% stake. The contract value exceeded USD 550 million.


Obtaining building permits for 5 wind farms and approximately 50 projects in the development process.


Obtaining building permits for the construction of 6 wind farms and signing of a new develope & sell contract.


Obtaining building permits for projects with an installed capacity of 70 MW, as well as the completion and commissioning of the Subkowy 8MW wind farm for TAIGA.


We have started construction of our first 4 MW Brodnica wind farm, consisting of two Vestas V80 turbines.


Construction has started on our second wind farm, Więcbork 4 MW, also based on two Vestas V80 turbines.


We have started the construction of our third wind farm Jabłonowo with a capacity of 3 MW. The farm consists of two Nordex / Sudwind S70 turbines.

This year, we have made all our farrms operational.


A year of expansion – we established a branch in Australia. Our team immediately began developing wind projects in this world region.

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Nowa Energia continues its success story with a sale of a 26.6 MW wind farm project to a large German entity from the engineering and energy industries.


The company sold another project, this time a 6 MW wind farm.


2020 began with promising negotiations with a major Polish renewable energy entity for the sale of a 34 MW wind farm project.