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Kick-off Building Nexans Aurora Submarine Cable Layer

The hull is to be built in Crist, Poland. The rest at Ulstein Verft in Norway. Completion date 2021. Purpose: connection offshore wind farms with onshore grids.

[] – Ulstein Kicks Off Nexans Aurora Construction

LG Chem to Invest $387M in New Polish Battery Factory

Location: Kobierzyce Commune near Wroclaw in southwestern Poland
Production start: 2020
Production volume: 100,000 320km range EV batteries/year .

The site will be the first large EV lithium-ion battery factory in Europe.

[] – LG Chem to invest W436b in Polish unit
[] – LG Chem Starts Construction of an EV Battery Plant in Poland
[] – Global presence LG Chem

Avionics V1

[] – Company site
[] – Is This The Coolest Electric Bicycle You Have Ever Seen?
[] – Avionics V1 is a minimalist electric bike built from raw materials
[] – Avionics V1 is a distinctive & massively powerful retro-styled e-bike

Kisielice-Poland Independent From Grid

Over the past few years Kisielice (or Freystadt as it was known in former West-Prussia) has undertaken determined steps to become independent from the national electricity grid. And succeeded. Most electricity comes from 52 wind turbines, total capacity 94,5MW. Furthermore a central heating network was built around a 6 MW biomass boiler plant, fueled by locally harvested straw. Kisielice is still an early bird in Poland, which still uses coal for 90% of its electricity generation, but as the saying goes: “once one, come all“”.


Fracking Hell – Poland

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