• The plant is currently being expanded to increase the output to 150kWp

Mostostal Warsawa, ACCIONA’s subsidiary in Poland, has installed a photovoltaic plant on the roof of the Urzut Equipment and Transport base to cover the facility’s electricity consumption with clean energy. This initiative was made possible thanks to the financial support provided by ACCIONA through its decarbonization fund.

Initially, Mostostal Warsawa commissioned a first phase of the photovoltaic installation with a phase capacity of 50 kWp. The plant is currently being expanded to increase the output to 150kWp. Once this expansion of the photovoltaic system is completed, CO2 emissions will be reduced by 116 tons per year.

The Urzut own use plant is being financed by a special aid fund created by ACCIONA to promote decarbonization projects in its operations and those of its subsidiaries. ACCIONA’s contribution has made it possible for the Urzut base, which includes offices for employees, laboratories and equipment storage, to be supplied with renewable energy generated by its own photovoltaic plant.

The Urzut facility makes a significant contribution to reducing Mostostal Warsawa’s carbon footprint, as part of its commitment to reducing emissions. ACCIONA’s Polish subsidiary has also installed photovoltaic panels in its workshops and is replacing its fleet with electric vehicles, among other measures.

The European Union’s climate commitments include reducing greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030 and achieving climate neutrality by 2050.

With an energy mix heavily dependent on coal, Poland faces the challenge of drastically reducing its carbon emissions. The construction of green energy sources, such as the Urzut photovoltaic plant, is in line with the European Union’s goals and represents a significant step forward in the energy transition process.