Wind power in Poland has been growing for two decades. The installed capacity of wind farms exceeded a symbolic 100MW in 2005 reaching over 8250MW today (1Q2023). The maturity of the industry and Ambiens’ 15 years of experience covering 3GW, give us a reasonable basis for comprehensive statistical and comparative analyses in the context of the projected and actual environmental impact of wind farms.
Some of the emerging investments at different stages of their life cycle may cause negative impacts on protected environmental elements, including bats. This may involve destruction of roosts, occupation of feeding areas, creation of a barrier along the flyway, or causing direct mortality.
We have started cooperation with GreenArt. In accordance with the maxim, the company treats the entrusted assets with the utmost care and meticulousness, while making the greatest efforts to maximize their efficiency. This approach is in line with Ambiens’ mission and our priorities.
We have developed methodologies for monitoring and research work for wind farms in forests in Poland. Identification of all key areas of the environment in relation to the specifics of the investment and its potential impacts allowed us to develop detailed guidelines for individual components.
We have done micrositing of onshore wind farm planned in Poland. The result is a preliminary layout of accepted WTG models in preferred locations. Such analysis is carried out basing on actual and planned land use. We also consider wind conditions and environmental/spatial planning constraints.
We were responsible for Environmental and Social Management Systems (ESMS) and Environmental Social Action Plan (ESAP) for wind farm Podlasek and wind farm Wólka Dobryńska, projects owned by v-ridium Europe / KGAL GmbH & Co. KG (KGAL) and financed by DNB Bank Polska S.A.,
Along with the development of the Potęgowo wind farm (256.9MW), we extend our commitment to Mashav. The scope of our work in the case of the South subproject will be the same as in the earlier and already commissioned parts of the East and West.
We have been engaged as an independent advisor for comprehensive environmental and social service during due diligence of the wind portfolio (108MW) as part of financing. Sabowind is the developer and operator of the wind farms acquired and owned by DIF Capital Partners.