Mashav is a joint venture between CERAC- a group of highly experienced, dedicated local energy professionals, Israel Infrastructure Fund II (IIF II) - international project finance and debt structure specialists, CME and Helios Fund (Helios III) - renewable energy investment specialists, pooling their knowledge base, extensive experience in project financing, last mile preparation and project management to build a top tier independent wind energy company in Poland. Mashav has a current operating capacity of 20MW and had successfully sold 2 projects with a capacity of 55MW. Mashav has developed strong relationships with the major construction companies, turbine suppliers, legal firms and financial institutions operating in the Polish market
The Project is being developed by Mashav Management Sp. z o.o., via the special purpose company
Potegowo Mashav Sp. z o.o. All necessary permits for the project are in place, including;
environmental permits, planning permission and an interconnection agreement. Mashav Management Sp.
z o.o. is a company which will manage and coordinate the construction process. The engineering
department of Mashav Management consists of former top utility executives utilizing their years of
experience and network for the benefit of the Project.
Potęgowo Wind Farm project is divided geographically for two parts:
The Karżcino and Wrzeście-Kępno subprojects will be connected to the local MTS MV/110kV located
nearby the village of Bięcino, and further to the 110/400 kV MTS “Słupsk”. The Bięcino wind farm
will be connected to a local MTS MV/110kV near the village of Bięcino, and further to the MTS
“Słupsk”. The Głuszynko-Grapice wind farm will be connected to the MV/110 kV substation nearby
the village of Bięcino and then to the national power grid. All medium and high voltage PTLs
will be executed as underground ones.
All of the subprojects are being developed at the land designated by the respective valid local zoning plans for development of wind farms