RWE Innogy has launched a new onshore wind facility with an installed capacity of 35MW in Western Pomerania, Poland.
The Tychowo wind farm, which is situated near the city of Stargard Szczecinski, consists of 15 Siemens turbines each with a generating capacity of 2.3MW.
The wind turbines are situated at a maximum height of 150 meters and a rotor diameter of 93 meters.
Tychowo wind farm, which has already been on stream since December 2010, generates nearly 70,000MWh of electricity per year.
The electricity generated by the wind farm is capable of meeting the annual electricity demand of over 35,000 households in Poland and will help curbing 65,000 tons of CO2 emissions.
RWE Innogy COO Paul Coffey said the company intends to install nearly 300MW of wind power in Poland by 2015.
"The Polish government plans to increase the share of electricity generated from renewables from 5.7% in 2010 to 19.5% in 2020," Coffey said.