Wind power in Poland

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Karścino Wind Farm, second largest in Poland

Wind power is a minor but growing source of electricity in Poland. As of the end of 2013, total installed capacity was 3,390 megawatts (MWe), which provided 5,822 gigawatt-hours (GW·h) — 3.53% of the electricity produced in the country. The energy production sources are registered by the state Office of Control of Electricity.[1]


Cumulative Wind Capacity in Poland
Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Installed Capacity (MW)[2][3][4] 0 27 63 63 83 153 276 544 725 1,180 1,616 2,497 3,390
Generation (GW·h)[5] 132 234 506 796 1,051 1,843 2,745 4,435 5,822
 % of electricity production 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.6 0.8 1.3 1.8 2.74 3.53

The major point of production are:[6]

Place Voivodeship Installed Capacity, MW Commissioned
Margonin 120 2010
Karścino 90 2008
Nekla[7] 52.5 2010
Tymień West Pomerania 50
Łosina near Słupsk West Pomerania 48
Suwałki 41 2009
Kisielice Warmia-Masuria 40.5
Jagniątkowo West Pomerania 30.6
Ostrowo[disambiguation needed] Pomerania 30
Kamieńsk Łódź 30
Zagórze[disambiguation needed] West Pomerania 30
Puck Pomerania 22
Cisowo West Pomerania 18
Lisewo Pomerania 10.8
Barzowice West Pomerania 5.1

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