The FAMUR Group is consistently implementing new strategic directions presented in May this year. On 2 August 2021, the Group, in cooperation with Projekt Solartechnik, concluded an agreement with Energa – Obrót SA for the sale of electricity. This is an important step of the recently established by FAMUR holding which is developing towards green transition.
The total estimated value of the contract during its term, i.e. until 31 December 2024, will amount to approx. PLN 143 million. At the same time, the Group is consistently strengthening its presence in the solar farm’s industry, e.g. by winning another solar farm projects of over 100 MW in the Energy Regulatory Office auction held in June.
–Entering into cooperation with Energa – Obrót SA in the field of electricity sales is our first commercial effect of successfully implemented changes and activities in new for FAMUR Group business areas. Dynamically developing solar power plants industry, especially commercial offer for businesses, allows us to meet the set strategic objectives, but also to perform effective diversification of our activities concerning green energy. The rich experience and know-how of FAMUR, combined with the competence of Projekt Solartechnik makes us feel optimistic about the future of the currently taking place transition – says Mirosław Bendzera, President of the Management Board of FAMUR SA.
The new development directions of the FAMUR Group assume that by 2024 a minimum of 70% of the company’s revenues will come from the non-coal sector – including renewable energy, transport and logistics, as well as the opportunities and benefits arising from the global transition to low-carbon economies. The first step in implementing these provisions was the consolidation of the potential of three companies: FAMUR Group, TDJ and Projekt Solartechnik.
– Thanks to the cooperation of Projekt Solartechnik, FAMUR Group and TDJ, we are able to pursue our business objectives on a larger scale than before, which is reflected in the agreement concluded with Energa-Obrót. The effectiveness of our joint efforts is also confirmed by winning another solar farm projects of over 100 MW in the Energy Regulatory Office auction held in June. This is of particular importance for us concerning our strive to become a leader in providing solar farms to companies not only in Poland, but also in Europe – adds Maciej Marcjanik, CEO of Projekt Solartechnik.
As a result of the consolidation, the FAMUR Group has gained to its portfolio solar farm projects of over 1GW. It includes approximately 130 MW of 2019 and 2020 auction-winning projects that are currently under construction with anticipated completion by the end of 2021 and over 100 MW auction-winning projects in 2021, as well as over 750 MW projects under development.