One of Poland’s largest energy groups Enea has completed an investment in the city of Bydgoszcz, in the Northern part of the country, which significantly improves the security of the electricity supply.
The modernisation of the power grid consisted in creating a connection of two high-voltage strings: the northern and the southern ones, from which the city is supplied.
“Its implementation will significantly increase the security of power supply to Bydgoszcz by minimising interruptions in electricity supply to consumers,” emphasised Robert Drzycimski, director of the Enea’s Development and Investment Department.
The investment is part of the project that aims to upgrade the electricity grid of North-West Poland by 2025 and the total cost amounted to approximately 37.5 million euros.
Enea is also currently engaged in the construction of offshore farms in the Polish Exclusive Economic Zone in the Baltic Sea, after signing agreements with PGE and Tauron Polska Energia.