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Solina Hydroelectric Power Plant

Water power stations Solina-Myczkowce operates assets located on the San River. They enjoy an extremely picturesque location, among peaks of the Bieszczady Mountains. The assets comprise two power plants and two reservoirs.

Solina is a peak-load power plant with a pumping component, which plays a significant role in the Polish power system. Prior to its modernisation, the plant‘s installed capacity was 136 MW, increased to 200 MW following the modernisation. The plant consists of four hydroelectric units. It is located at the foot of Poland‘s highest gravity dam. The available head is 60 m. The higher-elevation reservoir of the plant is the largest artificial lake in Poland.

Solina Hydroelectric Power Plant
Small Hydroelectic Power Plant in Myczkowce

The plant was built in order to exploit the flow of the San River‘s oxbow lake to generate electricity.

Small Hydroelectic Power Plant on the weir in Myczkowce
Myczkowce Hydroelectric Power Plant

It is the second barrage of the San Cascade. The power plant relies on the flows created by the operation of the Solina Hydroelectric Power Plant and operates in a continuous regime.

Myczkowce Hydroelectric Power Plant
Tresna Hydroelectric Power Plant

The plant relies on the natural flow of Żywieckie Lake. Its operation is used to regulate the generation capacity of the Żar Hydroelectric Power Plant. The Tresna Hydroelectric Power Plant has a major architectural value.

Tresna Hydroelectric Power Plant
Żar Hydroelectric Power Plant

The second largest hydropower plant in Poland. It is a pumped storage power plant, which uses the Międzybrodzkie Lake as the downstream reservoir, which is dammed in Międzybrodzie Bialskie whereas the upstream reservoir (a completely artificial lake) was constructed at the summit of the Żar Mountain.

Żar Hydroelectric Power Plant
Porąbka Hydroelectric Power Plant

The plant relies on the natural flow of Żywieckie Lake. Its operation is used to regulate the generation capacity of the Żar Hydroelectric Power Plant. The Tresna Hydroelectric Power Plant has a major architectural value.

Porąbka Hydroelectric Power Plant
Januszkowice Hydroelectric Power Plant

The first of the barrages owned by the PGE Group, built on the Upper Oder, is equipped with two 0.7 MW Kaplan turbines. The plant consists of a water tight power house protected against the effects of flooding, an inlet canal with waste lead-in pier, an outlet canal and power output switchgear with an auxiliary power supply branch.

Januszkowice Hydroelectric Power Plant
Krępna Hydroelectric Power Plant

A run-of-river power plant equipped with two 0.63 MW double control Kaplan turbine sets in a skew arrangement. The plant‘s main hydraulics and building structures are: a water tight power house protected against the effects of flooding, an inlet canal with waste lead-in pier, an outlet canal and an auxiliary switchgear.

Krępna Hydroelectric Power Plant
Krapkowice Hydroelectric Power Plant

A run-of-river hydroelectric plant, built at the 123rd kilometre of the Oder river, equipped with two double control Kaplan turbine sets in a skew arrangement. The plant‘s building is protected against the effects of flooding.

Krapkowice Hydroelectric Power Plant
Dobrzeń Hydroelectric Power Plant

After the Januszkowice, Krępna and Krapkowice Hydroelectric Power Plants, it is the fourth hydro plant on the Upper Oder Cascade operated by the PGE Energia Odnawialna Group. The plant is located at an existing weir. It is fully unmanned.

Dobrzeń Hydroelectric Power Plant
Oława Hydroelectric Power Plant

Work is underway before running the plant.

Oława Hydroelectric Power Plant
Rakowice Hydroelectric Power Plant

The power plant has been constructed as a result of relocation of the Bóbr riverbed within the depleted crushed rock mine. In order to make it possible to exploit new deposits of aggregate, the riverbed was moved to the existing excavation. Owing to relocation of the riverbed, a slope has been achieved that meets the hydropower needs.

Rakowice Hydroeletric Power Plant
Kamieńsk Wind Farm

It is a wind farm consisting of 15 2 MW turbines. The plant is located on the Kamieńsk Mountain, near the town of Bełchatów. It is the first such project to have been executed by the PGE Group.

Kamieńsk Wind Farm
Kliczków Hydroelectric Power Plant

One of the first power plants to be modernised by PGE Energia Odnawialna S.A. The plant, located on a mountain river, is not typical in that it is fitted with two turbine generation sets in a single chamber, which operate in a parallel manner on the run of the river and at times of increased water level.

Kliczków Hydroelectric Power Plant
Sobolice Hydroelectric Power Plant

The southernmost power plant on the Nysa Łużycka River. Comprehensive modernisation of the entire barrage was carried out in the years 1983–1993. The result of the modernisation work is a robust weir with a major architectural value and a modern power plant.

Sobolice Hydroelectric Power Plant
Bukówka Hydroelectric Power Plant

The plant was built in 1910 to power a nearby paper mill. In 1992–1993, the plant was thoroughly modernised, in line with the construction standards for small hydro plants (SHP). It is the first hydroelectric power plant in Poland equipped with submersible hydro generators. The plant is currently adapted to fully unmanned operation.

Bukówka Hydroelectric Power Plant
Przysieka Hydroelectric Power Plant

The plant was erected on the right bank of the Nysa Łużycka River, at a gate weir. Destructed during World War 2, the plant was rebuilt and relaunched in 1962. PGE Energia Odnawialna S.A. modernised the facility again in 2003–2004.

Przysieka Hydroelectric Power Plant
Szprotawa Hydroelectric Power Plant

The plant is located at the left abutment of a weir. Its electricity output depends on the current flow of the Bóbr River. It is equipped with two Mavel turbines. A building housing the electric, automatic and control equipment is placed on the body of the plant. Additionally, the plant has fish passes.

Szprotawa Hydroelectric Power Plant
Małomice Hydroelectric Power Plant

It is a run-of-river power plant – water flows to the facility by an intake on the left bank of a river, to be then released to the river through an outlet. The power house is a monolithic reinforced-concrete structure.

Małomice Hydroelectric Power Plant
Żarki Wielkie Hydroelectric Power Plant

It is a power plant located in Żarki Wielkie, on a channel with a total length of 1,100 m. Damaged during the war, the weir was rebuilt in 1959. It has three flat two-section gates. Following an upgrade of the underwater section, the plant was reactivated in 1966.

Żarki Wielkie Hydroelectric Power Plant
Żagań I Hydroelectric Power Plant

The power plant unit, located on the right edge of a barrage, adjoins the concrete revetment of the right river bank. The unit, which is an undilated reinforced concrete monolithic structure, comprises inlets, turbine chambers and suction pipes of three Kaplan turbine generation sets. A fish pass is placed in hydraulic dead space, between the walls of the abutment and of the plant. The building has a major architectural value.

Żagań I Hydroelectric Power Plant
Żagań II Hydroelectric Power Plant

The barrage facilities were built in 1900. In 2003–2004, an upgrade of the facility was undertaken. The plant is located on a working channel. The concrete underwater section comprises inlets, turbine chambers and suction pipes of three turbines – two Mavel units and one Voith unit.

Żagań II Hydroelectric Power Plant
Zielisko Hydroelectric Power Plant

The power plant is located in the town of Siedlec. The gate-controlled weir and the power house were built in 1905. Dammed up water is diverted to the plant via a 1,320 m canal. At present, the plant is equipped with three turbines – two Francis units and a Kaplan unit.

Zielisko Hydroelectric Power Plant
Grajówka Hydroelectric Power Plant

The power plant, together with the other barrage structures (sluice, main weir and stabilising weir), were commissioned in 1922. In the 1990s, as part of overhaul and modernisation work, the concrete elements of the weir abutments and pillars were rebuilt and repaired, new weir closures were mounted and the concrete elements of the sluice were reinforced. The power plant is equipped with one Kaplan turbine and two Francis turbines.

Grajówka Hydroelectric Power Plant
Zasieki Hydroelectric Power Plant

An upgrade of the plant started in 1994. The entire power house and switchgear were replaced. With respect to its facilities and equipment, the plant is a copy of the EW Małomice and EW Sobolice Hydroelectric Power Plants. Additionally, the plant is fitted with a grate cleaner.

Zasieki Hydroelectric Power Plant
Gorzupia II Hydroelectric Power Plant

The construction of the power plant started in 1996, as contracted by PGE Energia Odnawialna S.A. The decision to build it was based on the opportunity to increase the production output owing to the modernised damming potential of Gorzupia I.

The power plant is equipped with four Flygt submersible turbine sets (two sets with adjustable rotor blades) with the total capacity amounting to 1,680 kW and annual output amounting to 9,600 MWh. The Gorzupia II power plant has been launched in summer 1998.

Gorzupia II Hydroelectric Power Plant
Gorzupia I Hydroelectric Power Plant

The plant generates electric power using surplus water exceeding the throughput capacity of the Gorzupia II Hydroelectric Power Plant. Its location, on the axis of a barrage, also supports water damming.

The power plant is equipped with two Francis turbines. At the outflows of the suction pipes, stop logs were made for the closures on the lower water side.

Gorzupia I Hydroelectric Power Plant
Gubin Hydroelectric Power Plant

The plant is equipped with three Kaplan turbines manufactured in Poland. It was successively modernised in 1927, 1957, 1970, and 1974.

Gubin Hydroelectric Power Plant
Dychów Hydroelectric Power Plant

The ZEW Dychów complex comprises hydroelectric power plants on the Bóbr, Kwisa and Nysa Łużycka Rivers. The Dychów Pumped-Storage Power Plant plays the key role. Additionally, the Dychów complex consists of 16 small run-of-river power plants, with a total capacity of approximately 20 MW.

The Dychów complex was built in the years 1934–1936. It is a derivation-type pumped-storage power plant: dammed water of the Bóbr River is diverted through the weir in Krzywaniec via a 20.4 km canal to the retention reservoir in Dychów, whose total capacity equals four million cubic metres.

Dychów Hydroelectric Power Plant
Raduszec Stary Hydroelectric Power Plant

It is used to regulate the operation of the Dychów Hydroelectric Power Plant. To support its own operation, the plant relies on water from the lower reservoir of the Dychów Hydroelectric Power Plant.

The plant, built in the mid-1930s, is adjacent to the left abutment of the Raduszec Stary weir, 3 km up-river from the confluence of the Bóbr and Oder Rivers. The underground section houses two turbine chambers with Kaplan turbines and suction pipes.

Raduszec Stary Hydroelectric Power Plant
Resko I Wind Farm

The wind farm with a power 14 MW, consisting of seven wind turbines Gamesa G90 2 MW each. It is located in the commune Resko, łobeskim in the district, province West Pomeranian

Resko I Wind Farm
Żarnowiec Hydroelectric Power Plant

The largest Polish hydroelectric power plant, which is located at the Żarnowieckie Lake in the Pomorskie Voivodeship.

The power plant uses the Żarnowieckie Lake as the downstream reservoir.The upstream reservoir is formed by the Czymanowo Lake, which is an artificial lake and was constructed at the nearby plateau.

Żarnowiec Hydroelectric Power Plant
Żuromin Wind Farm

The wind farm with a capacity of 60 MW consisting of 30 wind turbines Gamesa G90 2 MW each. Is located in the municipalities of Kuczbork-Osada, Żuromin and Lubowidz in the district Żuromin, Mazowieckie voivodship.

Żuromin Wind Farm
Pelplin Wind Farm

The wind farm with a capacity of 48 MW, consisting of 24 wind turbines Gamesa G90 2 MW each.

The facility is located about 50 km south of Gdansk, gm. Pelplin, district tczewski, Pomeranian Province.

The project "Construction of a wind farm with a capacity of 48 MW in the municipality of Pelplin" was co-financed by the European Union under the Cohesion Fund under the Programme Infrastructure and Environment.

Pelplin Wind Farm
Wojciechowo Wind Farm

A wind farm having the capacity of 28 MW comprises 14 Vetsas V90-type wind turbines, having the capacity of 2 MW each. It is located in Wojciechowo, a village situated in the Wicko commune, in the Lębork county in the Pomorskie voivodship.

Wojciechowo Wind Farm
Lake Ostrowo Wind Farm

Lake Ostrowo Wind Farm
Karnice I Wind Farm

Karnice I Wind Farm
Kisielice Wind Farm

Kisielice Wind Farm
Galicja Wind Farm

Galicja Wind Farm
Malbork Wind Farm

Malbork Wind Farm
Lotnisko Wind Farm

Lotnisko Wind Farm
Kisielice II Wind Farm

Kisielice II Wind Farm
Karwice Wind Farm

Karwice Wind Farm
Resko II Wind Farm

Resko II Wind Farm
Rakowice Hydroelectric Power Plant

Rakowice Hydroelectric Power Plant
Dębę Hydroelectric Power Plant

Dębę Hydroelectric Power Plant
Smardzewice Hydroelectric Power Plant

Smardzewice Hydroelectric Power Plant
Nielisz Hydroelectric Power Plant

Nielisz Hydroelectric Power Plant
Radawa Hydroelectric Power Plant

Radawa Hydroelectric Power Plant
Górecko Kościelne Hydroelectric Power Plant

Górecko Kościelne Hydroelectric Power Plant
Michałów Hydroelectric Power Plant

Michałów Hydroelectric Power Plant