Green energy leader in Poland

Iberdrola advances its commitment to develop renewable energy in Europe - including new growth markets, such as Poland. Iberdrola's strategy to consolidate its global leadership in renewable energy comes on top of a dozen transactions completed in last years. The company has strengthened its position in markets such as France, the United Kingdom, the United States and Brazil and new growth markets such as Australia, Japan, Sweden, Poland, and Ireland.

We plan to invest in new projects on the Polish renewable energy market. Iberdrola's areas of interest include photovoltaic technologies, onshore and offshore wind energy, as well as energy storage.

Our key figures in Poland

Currently, Iberdrola owns 5 onshore wind farms in Poland with the total capacity of 212,8 MW:

Podlasek Wind Farm

Located in Biskupiec municipality (Poviat Nowomiejski), in Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship has total installed capacity of 15,5 MW and consists of 7 turbines. The power plant was acquired by Iberdrola and commissioned in 2023. It will produce approx. 50 GWh annually. Energy from Podlasek will be sold to T-Mobile, under the vPPA contract.
Subsidiary: Monsoon Energy Sp. z o. o.

Wólka Dobryńska Wind Farm

Placed in Zalesie municipality (Poviat Bialski) in Lubelskie Voivodeship, started operating in 2023. 10 turbines, that belong to this power plant will produce over 90 GWh annually (34,5 MW installed capacity).
Subsidiary: Pon-Therm Farma Wólka Dobryńska Sp. z o.o. 

Zopowy Wind Farm

Operating in Głubczyce municipality (Opolskie Voivodeship), commissioned in 2013 and in 2015 (two stages), with the total installed capacity of 30 MW, produces approximately 65 GWh annually. The power plant of 15 turbines, was acquired by Iberdrola in 2021.
Subsidiary: SOUTHERN WINDFARM Sp. z o. o.

Korytnica I Wind Farm

Located in Korytnica municipality (poviat Węgrowski) in Masovian Voivodeship is the biggest Iberdrola’s wind farm in Poland. 25 turbines of the total installed capacity 82,5 MW produces over 250 GWh every year. The power plant was commissioned in 2016. Iberdrola completed purchase of the Korytnica I in 2021.
Subsidiary: WIND FIELD KORYTNICA Sp. z o. o.

Korytnica II Wind Farm

The project with an installed capacity of 50,4 MW is located on the border of Korytnica and Wierzbno municipalities (Poviat Węgrowski) in Mazovian Voivodeship. Production from Korytnica II will be sold through a power purchase agreement (PPA) to Statkraft. The new plant will produce more than 150 GWh annually, which corresponds to the demand of 40.000 households. Iberdrola completed construction of the Korytnica II project in December 2022.

Subsidiary: Passat Energy Sp. z o. o.


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Iberdrola as a world’s key player leads the energy transition into carbon neutrality

With more than 170 years of history, Iberdrola is a global leader in clean energy, grids and storage, a company that is today more solid, sustainable, and diversified than ever.

20 years of developing renewables projects gives us extensive experience and knowledge that can be transfer into new markets. 

We are highly committed to build a zero-emission future of economies in all countries where we operate.

Iberdrola is one of the world's biggest energy companies and a leader in renewables, spearheading the energy transition to a low carbon economy. The group supplies energy to almost 100 million people in dozens of countries. 

With a focus on renewable energy (onshore, offshore and PV), smart networks and smart solutions for customers, Iberdrola’s main markets include Europe - Spain, the United Kingdom, Portugal, France, Germany, Italy and Greece, the United States, Brazil, Mexico and Australia. The company is also present in growth markets such as Japan, Taiwan, Ireland, Sweden, and Poland, among others.

With a workforce of nearly 40,000 and assets more than €141.7 billion, the company posted revenues of €39 billion and a net profit of over €3.9 billion in 2021. Across the world, Iberdrola helps to support 400,000 jobs across its supply chain. 

A benchmark in the fight against climate change, our year-on-year figures and our investments over the last two decades allow us to continue taking firm steps in our commitment to building a sustainable energy model, based on solid environmental, social and good governance (ESG) principles.  

All of this is reflected in our Strategic Plan 2025, which will allocate around €17,000 million to the renewables business. Thanks to these investments, Iberdrola will increase its installed renewable capacity by 12,100 MW to 52,000 MW in 2025 - 3,100 MW of onshore wind, 6,300 MW of photovoltaic, 1,800 MW of offshore, 700 MW of batteries and 200 MW of hydroelectric.

Focused on creating a positive impact for local communities

Iberdola works every day to ensure that our activity has a positive impact on all the areas in which we operate.

Iberdrola promotes renewable energies as an engine for rural development and in this way the villages emerge as a guarantee for the future. We contribute to a sustainable recovery, allowing the creation of local employment.

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We carry out numerous initiatives in many areas such as education, cooperation, sports, and assistance to the most disadvantaged groups.

Iberdrola integrates environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors for socially responsible management.