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Wind Energy Poland 2016

ISSN 1643-4692

Table of Contents

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Advisory Green potential of Poland is waiting to be developed

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A year of change for the industry – between auctions and the “minimum distance” rule

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Further Onshore Wind Development Under Question

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Polish Guarantees of Origin bring additional financial revenues

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Tilting at windmills

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The Lists: Wind Farms Wind Farm Developers/Owners

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Wind farms in Poland but without clear ownership

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The Lists: Miscellaneous Services Providers Construction (and related services)

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Publisher: BizPoland Media Group sp.z o.o. ul. Długa 44/50, bud. D, lok 704, 00-241 Warszawa tel./fax: 022 831 7062 President:

Finance/Banking 37

Thom Barnhardt mobile: +48-508-143-963 barnhardt@biznespolska.pl

O&M (Operations and Maintenance)

Research:

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Consultancy 42

Wind Farms Installed in 2015 Next Edition March 2017

Następne wydanie marzec 2017

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Maria Ponomareva maria@biznespolska.pl Armine Starowicz armine@biznespolska.pl Emil Długołęcki emil.dlugolecki@biznespolska.pl Marketing Executive:

Magdalena Jakubowska mjakubowska@biznespolska.pl Graphic Design/DTP:

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Green potential of Poland is waiting to be developed Seventh position – this is Poland’s place in the context of European wind energy rankings. Germany, Spain, UK, France, Italy and Sweden all have more wind farm installations. Poland has fallen behind those countries that have significant potential to exploit wind energy, because we commenced investment in the sector quite late and development has been erratic.

Wojciech Cetnarski President of the Polish Wind Energy Association (PWEA)

There have been years with record-breaking capacity growth, followed by insignificant ones. In the year 2016 growth will be close to 100-200MW. It stems from the fact that Poland has never clearly declared its intention to develop wind energy in the long term, therefore the regulatory frame-

work lacks stability and predictability - yet the potential for the wind power in Poland is still huge. Since the adoption of the Energy Law that introduced the green certificates (GC) scheme the Law has been amended more than a dozen times. A crucial amendment was announced in 2011. Everyone expected an adjustment to the green certificates scheme; however, after several years of governmental and parliamentary works

it was announced that the GCs will be phased out and we will receive an entirely new regulation introducing contracts for differences (CfD) granted under an auction scheme. Such instability of a support scheme does not foster dynamic wind energy development. Therefore, the industry’s potential (estimated at 8-9 thousand MW) will not be sufficiently exploited in the 2020 perspective. Poland will face issues with fulfilling its commitments under the climate package to be settled in 2020. We will have to demonstrate 15% of energy from renewable sources in overall energy volume, including 19% of electricity. In my opinion we will also fail to achieve the assumed figures for renewable heat and transport fuels. In accordance with EU law countries unable to produce the volume of energy they committed to produce will have to purchase the energy from countries having surplus renewable energy under so-

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Advisory called statistical transfers. It may entail substantial amounts, ranging from several hundred million to PLN 1.5 billion. In the most pessimistic scenario the figure may exceed PLN 2 billion. For several years we could observe increased interest in our country among wind energy equipment manufacturers and wind energy investors. Poland attracted two companies producing rotor blades. We have turbine automation designers and producers as well as steel tower suppliers. The offshore component manufacture sector is very well developed. One of the flagship investments of the sector is the offshore foundation plant in Szczecin. This large industry is working for the wind energy sector, however offshore products are export-only. Considering wind farms commissioned within the last few years the share of Polish enterprises, contractors, and business partners manufacturing wind turbine components has reached 30-40%. The figure may increase substantially if only Poland opens politically to further wind energy development. Investors need a clear declaration that we are interested in the sector, for only then may we expect them to create new jobs in Poland. The Polish green certificate-based wind energy market was perceived by foreign investors as high-risk, because the scheme was inefficiently managed and created risks the investors are very sensitive to. For instance, one allowed a vast oversupply of certificates to develop, which could have been avoided by skilful adjustment of the certificate demand policy. Facing a change to the support scheme, effective last year with the adoption of the new Renewable Energy Sources Act introducing the auction-based CfD scheme, investors’ interest increased, for such a scheme is considered more predictable. This was a new opening for the sector despite ongoing issues with the green certificates scheme, since the new scheme carries much less risk. However, soon after the adoption of the RES Act, following political changes the new government has announced that it will postpone the effective date of the new scheme, with the intention to modify the original assumptions. This yet again results in market uncertainty, with Poland being perceived as an unstable and unpredictable country. The market is waiting whether the changes will become effective on 1 July or be postponed yet again. Only after the investors become acquainted with the new ideas developed by the government will they decide to commit their resources to the new legal environment - or to move on to investment in other markets.

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Wojciech Cetnarski, President of the Polish Wind Energy Association (PWEA)

Last year the renewable energy sector worldwide attracted USD 329 billion of investments, of which approximately USD 1.8 billion was received by the Polish energy sector. These figures clearly demonstrate that our market is not a leading one. Investors simply choose countries that might ensure less profit, but at a lower risk. In Poland one of the substantial issues is its unstable legal environment.

year the production figures exceeded 10 TWh. Within the next 5-10 years the support period for many wind farms already in operation will start to expire, hence the cost of energy will decrease. Every year more and more turbines will enter such a mode. Last year saw the installation of approximately 1200 MW of new wind installations. The exact figure is unknown yet, for there is no coherent scheme for the collection of such data in Poland. However, it has to be emphasized that the year was very good, much better than 2014. This was caused, among others, by everyone’s willingness to complete investments under the old support scheme, for the new is still a riddle for investors. It is very likely that no investment will be commissioned this year; some commenced projects may be finished by 1 July. Their capacity is estimated at 100-200 MW. This is really nothing. We have to wait for the situation to change under the auction scheme. Unless the planned amendment introduces adjustments to the support scheme, in 2017 the situation should improve, and be much better in 2018. It shall be remembered that the auction scheme is a specific mechanism for awarding public aid. Its participants often behave irrationally and, willing to win the

“Investors need a clear declaration that we are interested in the sector, for only then may we expect them to create new jobs in Poland” Poland has to plan a transition from a coal-based energy system to a system with much less coal share. Coal, which has been the foundation of our energy sector, is slowly starting to end. Lignite deposits will be depleted within the next 10-15 years. Public consent to the construction of further open-pit mines is rather unlike. As regards hard coal, given the market prices the operation of most Polish mines will soon become unprofitable. Therefore, in 10 to 15 years we will face a substantial “coal gap”. If we do not switch our energy sector to renewables, primarily wind and PV, we will have to import large quantities of coal. Considering various plans being developed in the Polish energy sector, the share of wind may reach 20% by 2030 (32-42 TWh depending on electricity production in Poland in 2030), whereas the system will remain very efficient, safe, stable and inexpensive. Year by year wind farms produce an increasing volume of electricity. For example, last

auction, bid contracts with subsidies so low that projects become unprofitable. The complete fiasco of the recent Spanish auction clearly demonstrates this. This leads to difficulties in acquiring bank financing and investors for such projects. A prerequisite for participation in an auction is the possession of a building permit and the payment of a relatively low deposit, hence the risk of loss of the deposit is insufficient to deter risky bids. RES auctions will be subject to underbidding risk. The deadline for commissioning of a project is four years from the end date of an auction. During that period it is unknown if the projects will be completed in line with declarations. Therefore, if an auction is settled at the end of 2016, we will know the actual completion rate at the end of 2020. I hope that the amendment to the RES Act will rectify these and other imperfections, and the vast potential of wind energy in Poland will not be wasted. n


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A year of change for the industry – between auctions and the “minimum distance” rule There are big hopes but also many unknowns for the final four years of the Polish 2020 perspective. Auctions should bring stability but new obstacles are appearing on the horizon. Hubert Wysoczański, Karol Lasocki K&L Gates

Last year Poland added a record 1.3GW of new wind capacity and became the second biggest wind installer in the EU. The rapid growth was spurred by the expected transition from the green certificates system to the auction system, which was due to take place on 1st January 2016. Due to a last-minute change by the newly elected parliament, the auction system has been postponed for 6 months, until 1st July 2016. This happened not because of any technical issues, as the Energy Regulatory Office is ready to hold the tender, but mostly due to the failure of the former government to present the new support system for approval to the EU Commission before the auction system kicks in. Speculation is now rife whether approval will come soon enough to avoid further postponement of the auctions. The Commission may also demand some changes to the scheme and condition its approval on their implementation. Nevertheless, the auction system should enter into force by the end of this year, since the EU state aid rules for energy generally mandate that from 2017 state aid needs to be granted in competitive tenders. Meanwhile, a new development has shaken the industry. On 19th February a draft bill on wind farm investments was presented by MPs of the ruling Law and Justice Party. It aims to tightly regulate the location of wind farms near housing and environmental protection areas. The draft provides for a minimum distance of ten times the turbine height (with blade) between a wind turbine and the nearest settlement. With turbine heights of up to

Hubert Wysoczański WEP

Karol Lasocki, WEP

200 meters, this would mean a permitted distance of approximately 2 km - certainly not a well thought-out rule for a densely populated country like Poland. A similar “10H rule” was introduced in Bavaria in 2014, which turned out to be a death blow to the state’s once flourishing wind industry.

bine. The building permits currently held by investors that do not meet the distance requirements are to be valid for three years - by that time the turbines must be built and fully permitted for use. If no building permit has been issued for the investment by the time the new law enters into force, the WZ location decisions and local zoning plans (MPZP) that do not conform to the proposed minimum distance, will not be honored. On a more positive note, the wind industry has welcomed the fact that 1st January 2016 was kept as the effective date for the provisions decreasing support for co-firing (factor 0.5) and for large hydro (no support). These changes to the green certificates system are helping to neutralize the oversupply on the green certificates market. The first indications are that trading prices of certificates are showing a slight increase from the December 2015 level. Prices of green certificates are expected to rise in the next few years. All things considered, the new auction system is expected to be fully operational

“All things considered, the new auction system is expected to be fully operational in early 2017 with the first auctions organized by then. This should hopefully allow Poland to complete its EU 2020 target on time” The draft law also aims at introducing new substantial financial burdens, such as a real estate tax calculated on the basis of an entire wind turbine (currently the value of mechanical parts does not constitute the basis for taxation) and an additional biannual fee calculated as 1% of the value of the entire wind power plant investment. This new fee is a payment for an inspection and an additional exploitation permit issued every two years by the Office of Technical Inspection for each wind tur-

in early 2017 with the first auctions organized by then. This should hopefully allow Poland to complete its EU 2020 target on time. However, to this end, the government needs to maintain an investment climate that is stable, able, foreseeable, and in line with the government’s declarations to support RE growth. For that to happen, the draft bill on wind farm investments should undergo some serious reshaping in order to enable the development of new projects and honor investors’ basic rights. n

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Further Onshore Wind Development Under Question In mid-February the Ministry of Energy officially confirmed that it will work on a complex amendment of the RES Act. dr Christian Schnell Partner, Radca prawny, Solivan

The aim in general is to provide a more balanced RES energy mix, as onshore wind has dominated the new installed capacity in Poland since 2013. In 2015, Poland installed more onshore wind farm capacity than both France or the UK. The statement did confirm the policy approach to preferential support technologies which create additional value for Poland, i.e. promoting technologies which are produced in Poland and creating new jobs. This is a clear statement in favour of biomass firing and, even more, dedicated co-firing installations which shall promote the use of Polish coal for the next decades. Furthermore, the Ministry made a clear statement that private prosumers should not receive feed-in tariffs (“FiT”). So, the original support system proposed by the Ministry of Economy in 2014 to support private prosumers with direct investment support and additional net-metering might be again introduced in the amended RES Act. However, entrepreneurial prosumers should receive a FiT, as the Ministry indicates. Additionally, the Ministry of Energy emphasis that energy cooperatives in rural areas should be promoted. So, the RES Act amendment will be implemented jointly with the so-called Smart Metering Act to provide a technical basis for energy cooperatives. Even more, at the end of February several members of parliament from PiS parliamentarian group submitted a draft Wind Turbine Investment Act to Parliament. Already in 2012, PiS parliamentarian group filed a draft of an amendment act of building law and planning and zoning law to the Polish Parliament (Parliamentary printed paper 758), but this draft did not proceed further. It was expected that relevant changes to planning and zoning law, building law, technical supervision law, etc. to regulate wind farm investments would be proceeded jointly with the amendment of the RES Act and will change relevant existing acts. However, the aim of

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the Wind Turbine Investment Act (“WTI Act”) differs from printed paper 758, as it is not only changes relevant existing acts, inter alia, the RES Act, but also constitutes a special act. Under the WTI Act, the minimum distance between wind turbines between residential and protected landscape areas, etc. is 10H, i.e. 10 times tip height – the Bavarian approach. The WTI Act also provides that wind turbines are to be located on the basis of a master plan, which also defines the maximum tip height. Existing master plans stay in force, however, if the location of the wind turbine does not comply with the minimum distance criteria, a building permit cannot be issued. Building permits issued on the basis of a master plan before

Operating wind turbines will not be shut down if they do not meet the minimum distance criteria (this was one of the requirements of printed paper 758), and re-powering is not permitted. Within a year operating turbines must be certified by the technical supervisory authorities – UDT. Every two years, or at the end of repair or modernization works, a new UDT certification will be required – a so-called “exploitation decision” (in parallel to the use permit according to construction law), and without such exploitation decision no premium – green certificates or contract for difference - shall be granted. Additionally, under the WTI Act, UDT certification fees for one certification should not exceed 1 percent (sic!) of the construction costs (i.e. the CAPEX for wind turbine and related construction works), whereas the Ministry of Energy shall enact further specific regulation. Although the reasoning for the WTI Act is generally understandable to provide

“In 2015, Poland installed more onshore wind farm capacity than both France or the UK” the WTI Act enters into force, which do not comply with the minimum distance criteria, have to receive use permit before the lapse of the three-year transition period. Furthermore, under the WTI Act, zoning decisions (so-called “WZ” decisions) as alternative planning title to locate wind turbines will become invalid for wind turbines which do not comply with the minimum distance criteria if the WTI Act enters into force, unless the building permit which basis on the zoning decision was issued before the WTI Act enters into force. In case the wind turbine location complies with the minimum distance criteria, a building permit based on a zoning decision has to be issued before the lapse of the one-year transition period. Building permits issued on the basis of a zoning decision before the WTI Act enters into force, even if not complying with the minimum distance criteria, have to receive use permit before the lapse of the three-year transition period.

certain quality standards for development of wind farms comparable to Western European countries, there might be a risk of pushing co-firing instead of wind farm investments. As new wind farms with state-of-the-art turbines would start for a contract for difference substantially below PLN 300 per MWh, a new co-firing large combustion plant requires around PLN 400 per MWh for its “green” electricity to crosssubsidy wholesale prices for its “black” energy at currently PLN 150 per MWh. So, in case state of the art wind turbines cannot be constructed due to severe distance rules, co-firing might take over its place at the technology-neutral auction system. Useless to say, that this approach would be very hard to notify at EU Commission, and in case biomass plants with more than 50 MW and co-firing plants shall be introduced into the auction system, a long-lasting notification procedure of the new auction system is more than likely and auctions will rather not take place before 2017.  n


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Polish Guarantees of Origin bring additional financial revenues There is a space for mutual benefits both for energy producers and consumers.

Domino GĹ‚owacka Polish Wind Energy  Association

Grzegorz Pyryt Axpo Polska Sp. z o.o

It is the market of guarantees of origin – already popular in Western Europe, and only emerging in Poland. It gives RES energy producers an opportunity for additional financial revenues, and socially responsible companies can benefit in terms of brand image. An environmentally-friendly image is gaining in importance in brand perception. As many as 38 companies from the prestigious Fortune 500 ranking have pledged to cover 100% of their energy needs from re-

newable sources. Of course it is not purely altruistic. A shift towards carbon efficiency is becoming a global trend, and companies who follow it know that it will improve their perception in the market and may lead to higher profits. Guarantees of Origin The most effective and Europe’s most common way of switching to green energy are guarantees of origin. These official documents confirm that the energy comes from renewable sources. The enormous potential of guarantees of origin (GO) lies on the one hand in their simplicity, and on the other in the benefits they bring to companies purchasing them. They do not need their own RES installation. It is sufficient to buy a certain number of guarantees. Companies who buy those instruments reduce their carbon footprint and decrease their negative impact on the environment.

They can also use carbon efficiency in their brand communication by declaring that they use renewable energy sources. That way they can strengthen their environmentally-friendly image. Moreover, investors and business partners have a more positive attitude towards companies who implement Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policies. Such issues may affect the choice of trading partners. This is particularly important for companies providing services to the RES sector. Guarantees of origin are taken into account both in reports on sustainable development (Greenhouse Gas Protocol) and in building certification (LEED). Guarantees of Origin in Europe and in Poland In Europe, guarantees of origin are used by organizations from various sectors of the economy, from multinational companies such as Philips, Mondelez, IKEA, to mobile network operators, stadiums,

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Advisory or the Dutch railways, currently covering 50% of their demand for electricity from wind energy, with a goal of reaching 100% by 2018. In Poland there is still a common misconception that Poles do not care about environmental protection. However, this is contradicted by results of numerous studies. Issues related to corporate social responsibility and environmental activities are increasingly important not only for the young generation (the so-called Millennials), but for the entire society. According to TNS survey for Greenpeace, as many as 92% of Poles want more energy to come from renewable sources. Guarantees of origin were introduced in Poland based on the Act on Renewable Sources of Energy. The purchase of guarantees is voluntary, and their market launch was not supported by an information campaign. That is why the instrument was not popular among energy producers or consumers. However, the situation started to change in mid-2015 thanks to the Polish Wind Energy Association, who created the Polish Guarantees of Origin program.

origin also receive a licence to use the Polish Guarantees of Origin marking, helping them successfully support the company’s sustainable development and stand out among their competitors.

program, including Siemens, Elektrum, BOŚ Bank, Electrolux, Victorinox. More information about the program can be found on our website: www.polskiegwarancje.pl

Benefits for Consumers Thanks to the Polish Guarantees of Origin marking, consumers can easily distinguish and more effectively support companies and brands who use renewable energy sources. The Polish Guarantees of Origin Program also covers the entire range of ad-

How to Obtain Polish Guarantees of Origin The energy producer has 30 days from the end production to fill the application form on URE’s website and submitting it to the Transmission or Distribution System Operator. The Operator applied to URE, who issues the guarantees for the producers.

“The enormous potential of guarantees of origin (GO) lies on the one hand in their simplicity, and on the other in the benefits they bring to companies purchasing them. They do not need their own RES installation. It is sufficient to buy a certain number of guarantees”

*** Polish Guarantees of Origin A unique, innovative program under the patronage of the Energy Regulation Office (URE), supporting the development of renewable energy sources: • Supports RES producers in sales of guarantees of origin • Provides additional benefits for guarantee buyers • Promotes environmental practices among the general public Benefits for Energy Producers Under the Program Energy producers from renewables joining the Polish Guarantees of Origin program can obtain financial support. There is a guaranteed fixed profit on each megawatthour sold. Participation in the program makes it easier to find a final customer for the issued Guarantees. Benefits for Guarantee Buyers Under the Program Apart from promoting renewable energy sources, the Polish Guarantees of Origin Program also supports companies following the sustainable growth principles by giving them access to renewable energy sources and the possibility to enjoy the benefits of the program, including marketing support and easier access to EU funding. Companies buying the guarantees of

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ditional activities, such as various social campaigns promoting the Program and the entire RES market. One of the campaigns carried out was Solution Wind project, organized in five European countries, initiated by the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) in relation to COP21 climate conference. Additional activities include actions in the urban space, promoting knowledge and acceptance for wind energy among local communities, as well as educational actions, such as this year’s PWEA contest for the best Master thesis related to renewables. A number of companies have already joined the Polish Guarantees of Origin

The next step is to register the guarantees on the sales platform: Axpo Green Platform (https://zielonaplatforma.pl). This relieves the producers from the need to look for customers for their guarantees of origin, but at the same time does not limit the possibility for such search. It is worth noting that signing up for Axpo Green Platform is free of charge, and in case of expiration or withdrawal of the guarantee, the producers does not pay any fees. So far, 60 companies generating energy from RES have registered on the platform.  n More information: http://www.zielonaplatforma.pl/”www. zielonaplatforma.pl


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Tilting at windmills It now seems that 2016 will be a breakthrough year for the wind industry. However, not the kind of breakthrough we were all expecting. Wojciech Sztuba, Ph.D. Managing partner, TPA Horwath Poland

Despite various obstacles over the last decade, wind power could have boasted in excess of 5.2 GW on-shore capacity, with 2015 a record year, seeing the completion of investments of nearly 1.3 GW. However, such success is not due to great market conditions, but the departure of the green energy support system from the tradable green certificates scheme in favour of an auction model, already confirmed by the legislator in 2015. The new system, as more competitive and not as easy for projects with lower productivity, motivated many investors to bring forward completion dates of projects so that they still enter into use before the end of 2015 under the old tradable green certificate system. Chapter 4 of the RES Act governing the auction model was to enter into force on 1 January 2016. The first auction was to be held pursuant to these in the initial months of the year, the parameters of which were already published

Wojciech Sztuba

And yet today we find ourselves in the most unexpected circumstances. After postponement of the date Chapter 4 of the RES Act was to enter into force until 1 July 2016, the signs filtering through from the

“The signs filtering through from the Ministry of Energy are clear: backtracking on the current auction model concept. For example, Minister Krzysztof Tchórzewski plans to reduce the share of wind power in the RES generation portfolio for the benefit of agricultural biogas-based power generation”

in Implementing Regulations. According to these, contracts for the construction of approx. 550-650 MW of capacity from new wind sources of more than 1 MW were to be entered into. Right from the outset it was clear that this was not a tell-tale sign of a bull market, but a profoundly more subdued, yet stable growth of this subsector.

Ministry of Energy as well as other government circles are clear in that the purpose of the six month postponement is in fact to backtrack on the current auction model concept. For example, Minister Krzysztof Tchórzewski plans to reduce the share of wind power in the RES generation portfolio for the benefit of agricultural biogas-based power generation. The primary

reason given here is lack of stability found in wind generation as compared to biogas power plants, which are a controllable and stable source with a number of advantages stretching outside of the power generation industry, such as disposal of environmentally hazardous liquid manure. On top of that we have the recent private members bill on investments within the scope of wind power generation, pursuant to which, inter alia, an approx. 2 kilometre band is to be introduced around residential buildings where the construction of wind turbines would be prohibited. Together, these paint a picture of a cohesive political front opposing further development of wind power generation in Poland. However, the most sinister part of the said bill, one which not only targets future, but primarily facilities already in place, is the proposed broadening of the current construction law definition of a building for real property tax purposes. Since 2005, there have been no doubts as to the electrical and technical part of the wind turbine, i.e. the nacelle and the rotor, constituting more than 80% of the investment, not being part of the building subject to the said tax. Through this principle the industry was given an opportunity to grow, as we are talking about a 2 per cent tax on the gross book value of tangible assets. If we were to assume a tax charged subject to a 2 per cent rate practically on the balance sheet total of an enterprise year in year out, this would be a death blow for most active wind farms. The draft bill on investments within the scope of wind power generation contains just such a regulation, which is a threat to the existence of current projects and will prove an effective stumbling block in the construction of new ones. In the past, a certain dose of aversion to wind power was evident from the industrial power generation, as well as the power transmission and distribution sectors, to a large extent burdened with problems associated with connecting and balancing wind farms. To a certain extent that was understandable. However, that lobby is now joined by the agricultural biogas lobby as well as a baggage of non-scientific beliefs and aversions of politicians, who, for many years, have been against wind energy. We are now standing on the threshold of an industry breakthrough in the worst possible sense of that word. n

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The List: Wind Developers/Owners

Wind Farm Developers/Owners ACCIONA Energy Poland Global sp. z o.o. Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: Golice Wind Farm – 38 MW, lubuskie voivodeship, Słubice municipality, Golice. Krobia I Wind Farm- 63 MW, wielkopolskie voivodeship, Krobia and Poniec municipality Top Management in Poland: Andrzej Konarowski, Managing Director (magdalena.liberadzka@acciona.com) Contact data: Pańska 96/105, Warszawa tel.: + 48 22 40 38 195; + 48 22 40 38 194 www.acciona-energia.com

Global headquarters: Avenida de Europa 10, Parque Empresarial La Moraleja, 28108 Alcobendas, Madrid; SPAIN Ownership: ACCIONA Energia S.A. Company Profile: ACCIONA Energy is a global operator in renewable energies, and the biggest in the world in terms of clean energies not linked to conventional electric power generation companies. With more than 20 years’ experience in the sector, ACCIONA is present in the main renewable technologies, covering activities that, in the case of wind power, include the entire value chain: development, engineering and construction; the design, manufacture and supply of wind turbines; exploitation, operation and maintenance, and the marketing of energy. The company develops projects for itself and also

puts its extensive experience in the sector at the service of third-party customers through EPC contracts (particularly in wind and photovoltaic power) – and the provision of a wide range of services. Strategy in Poland: With successful completion of the construction of the second stage of the Krobia I wind farm in December 2015 ACCIONA installed nominal capacity in Poland totalled 101 MW. ACCIONA aim is to strongly increase its presence in Poland in key business fields: (i) own investment, (ii) turbine sales (with already up and running 101 turbines) and (ii) O&M services. We are convinced that combination of a deep market know- how paired with a perfect turbine fit with rotor range from 100m to 132m positions ACCIONA as a key player in the Polish market. On top of these competencies we are followed by the strong appetite to grow with the overall goal of 250MW in operation by 2020. Projects in Poland: Golice Wind Farm (Lubuskie voivodeship, Golice); capacity 38 MW MWs; 19 turbines; commissioned: 2012 Krobia Południe Wind Farm (Krobia Municipality, Ciołkowo); capacity 33 MW MWs; 11 turbines; commissioned: 2013 Poniec II Wind Farm (Poniec municipality, Poniec); capacity 30 MW MWs; 10 turbines; commissioned: planned Other activities:

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BayWa r.e. Polska sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Johann Janker, managing director (jj@ecowind.at) Artur Marchewka, managing director (artur.marchewka@baywa-re.com) Contact data: ul. Meksykańska 6 lok. 10, 03-948 Warszawa tel.: 48221150482 www.baywa-re.com

Global headquarters: Munich, Germany Ownership: BayWa r.e. renewable energy GmbH Company Profile: Key facts: Founded: February 2009 Employees: about 900 Turnover: €786 million (2014) Sites: Germany (head office), Austria, France, Italy, United Kingdom, Spain, Switzerland, Poland, Hungary, Romania, Denmark, USA Areas of activity: Wind power, solar energy, bio-energy, geothermal energy Projects in Poland: Kamionka (Kamionka); capacity 30 MWs; 12 turbines supplied by Nordex N100, 2, 5 MW ; commissioned: 2011 Advisory Partners: Nord LB Auctions participation: 2016 2017 after 2017

CE Energy Holding AG Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: CE Energy Polska sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Franz Heldwein, Chaiman of the Board Tomas Stavinoha, Vice Chairman of the Board (tstavinoha@ceeag.com) Wojciech Więcławek, Country Manager (tel.: 48666036660, wwieclawek@ceeag. com) Contact data: Schottenring 16/2, 1010 Vienna, Austria tel.: +43 1 537 124 830 www.ceeag.com

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The List: Wind Developers/Owners built and sold more than 230 MW of installed capacity in Poland, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia, and participated in the preparation of projects of total capacity of 500 MW. CE Energy has its own team of engineers, project managers and board members in the four countries of the region, and builds its portfolio through 9 subsidiary companies. Strategy in Poland: Our vision has always been the construction of renewable energy sources in high quality with maximum benefit for energy, environment, local communities and shareholders. Projects in Poland: Farma Wiatrowa Sierzchowo (kujawsko - pomorskie); capacity 16.4 MWs; 8 turbines supplied by Senvion; commissioned: 2Q 2015 Farma Wiatrowa Waganiec (kujawsko - pomorskie); capacity 50 MWs; 25 turbines; commissioned: planned

Continental Wind Poland sp. z o.o. Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: PSWM Wielkopolska sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Mark Crandall, Chairman of the Board Mike Scholey, Member of the Board, Executive Alex Hewitt, Member of the Board, Executive Contact data: Ul. Choragwi Pancernej 80, 02-951 Warsaw tel.: 22 380 53 00 www.continentalwind.com

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Ownership: Wholly-owned subsidiary of Continental Wind Partners, a privatelyowned company registered in U.S. Company Profile: CWP is a full service provider of wind farms. We take a wind farm from a greenfield project through development, financing, and construction in order to deliver the best results to investors and communities. Continental Wind operates in Poland, Romania, Serbia, Bulgaria and Australia, with more than 3000 MW completed or under development. Strategy in Poland: Continental Wind Partners has been operating in Poland since 2007. Projects in Poland: Duszniki (Duszniki); capacity 160 MWs Other projects total approximately 300 MW

Contino Wind Partners Top Management in Poland: Marcin Nawrocki, Managing Director/ President of the Board Roman Karbowy, Project Manager (tel.: 48605531055, rk@continowind.com) Michał Maciesowicz, Finance and Administration Director Contact data: ul. Grójecka 1/3, 02-019 Warszawa tel.: +48 22 123-0-300 www.continowind.com

Global headquarters: Luxembourg, Luxembourg Ownership: Contino Wind Partners sp. z o.o. Company Profile: Contino Wind Group activities focus on wind farm development, related technical and administrative

consulting, planning and construction management of wind farm turnkey constructions, as well as operational technical management of wind farms. Contino Wind Group is owned by a private holding company with seat in Luxembourg. Contino Wind Group enjoys more than 15 years of relevant market experience in the European market (France; Austria; Germany; Poland). The track record of the group, outside of Poland, includes development of projects with a total capacity of more than 900 MW. Strategy in Poland: In Poland, it is our strategy to develop a significant portfolio of wind farms. Our value creation includes green field development, turnkey construction, as well as operation of our own wind farms. Opportunistically, we do also acquire brownfield development projects as well as fully permitted wind farms. Projects in Poland: Contino Białogard (Kościernica, Białogard, zachodniopomorskie voivodeship); capacity 5MW MWs; 2 turbines supplied by Nordex; commissioned: 2013 Advisory Partners: Green Power Development sp. z o.o. Auctions participation: 2016 2017 after 2017


The List: Wind Developers/Owners DOMREL Biuro Usług Inwestycyjnych Sp. z o. o.

tel.: +22 530 79 68

Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: EW Czyżewo, Wielkoposlkie Eleketrownie Wiatrowe and others Top Management in Poland: Roman Kierys, President of the Board Maciej Chmielarski, Director for Technical Affairs Tadeusz Kierys, Director for Marketing and Development Affairs Contact data: Odzieżowa 12 c / 1, 71-502 Szczecin tel.: +48 91 812 21 05

Global headquarters: Paris, France Ownership: EDF Energies Nouvelles SA France Company Profile: Development; Construction; Operations and Maintenance; Application R&D Projects in Poland: Linowo (Linowo); capacity 58 MWs MWs; 24 turbines turbines supplied by Vestas; commissioned: 2015 Starke Wind Rzepin (Rzepin); capacity 58 MWs MWs; 29 turbines supplied by Vestas; commissioned: 2015 Starke Wind Pipeline (various); capacity ca. 400 MWs MWs; commissioned: in development Auctions participation: 2016 2017 after 2017

www.edf-energies-nouvelles.com

www.domrel.pl

Company Profile: We are engaged in preparation and implementation of the projects related to renewable energy. Our company is a major partnership in the Polish market of the wind power engineering. We belong to the Board of the Polish Wind Power Association (PSEWj) and the Polish Economic Chamber of Renewable Energy (PIGeO). Strategy in Poland: Full range of development, construction and management of wind farms. Domrel Biuro Usług Inwestycyjnych (Domrel Investment Services Bureau) has been established in 2001 and its major activity is focused on the wind farms projects implementations in the territory of entire Poland. Projects in Poland: EW Czyżewo (Czyżewo); capacity 6 MWs; 3 turbines supplied by Gamesa Eolica ZEW Słupca Pilot (Słupca); capacity 4.8 MWs; 3 turbines supplied by Enercon ZEW Łobez (Łobez); capacity 4 MW MWs; 2 turbines supplied by Vestas; commissioned: 11.2015

E.ON Energie Odnawialne Top Management in Poland: Dr Mathias Leistenschneider, Manager, Origination & Development Onshore, Poland & Germany (tel.: +49 173 585 54 52, mathias. leistenschneider@eon.com) Contact data: Plac Rodła 8 lokal 2003, Szczecin 70-419 tel.: +48 91 359 4281 https://www.eon.pl

Global headquarters: Essen, Germany Ownership: E.ON Climate & Renewables GmbH Company Profile: E.ON group is one of the top energy companies in the world. It generates and distributes electric energy in more that 30 countries and serves over 30 million customers. Wind energy takes special place as the global wind turbines\' capacity reached 4, 800MW and is still growing.

EDP Renewables Polska sp. z o.o.

Radek Nowak, GEORenewables

Strategy in Poland: E.ON Energie Odnawialne is a daughter company of E.ON Climate & Renewables which invests in global- scale renewable energywind farms, biomass, photovoltaic (PV), and tidal power. Polish regional unit's main focus is development and expansion of wind farm projects across the country. Projects in Poland: Wysoka (Boleszkowice); capacity 55 MWs; 22 turbines supplied by Nordex; commissioned: 2014 Wielkopolska I (Leszno); capacity 52.5 MWs; 21 turbines supplied by GE 2.5xl; commissioned: 2010 Wielkopolska IIa (Czempiń, Góra & Dolsk); capacity 15 MWs; 6 turbines supplied by GE; commissioned: 2014 Auctions participation: 2016 2017 after 2017

EDF EN Polska sp. z o.o. Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: EDF EN Polska sp. z o.o., Starke Wind Polska sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Alicja Chilińska, General Manager (Alicja.Chilinska@edf-en.pl) Contact data: Złota 59, Skylight X floor, Warsaw, 00-120

Top Management in Poland: Lukasz Zagorski (lukasz.zagorski@edpr.com) Damian Rodriguez Prado , Country Manager Contact data: Postępu 17b, 02-676 Warszawa tel.: 22 331 01 88; 22 331 01 87 http://poland.edpr.com/

Global headquarters: Madrid, Spain Ownership: EDP Renewables Europe SRL Company Profile: EDP Renewables (Euronext: EDPR) is a leading, global renewable energy company devoted to value creation, innovation and sustainability. We operate in markets around the globe and are continuously expanding our business to new regions, making the commitment to lead in each market as well as create value for our stakeholders and shareholders. Strategy in Poland: EDP Renovaveis announced in December 2015 that it is selling a 49% interest in a 598-MW wind portfolio in Poland and Italy to subsidiaries of China Three Gorges Corp (CTG). The portfolio consists of 392 MW of operational wind farms in Poland, and 107 MW under construction in both countries. CTG will pay EUR 392 million for the plants and projects. The transaction is expected to be completed during the first half of 2016. Projects in Poland: Margonin (Wielkopolska); capacity 120 MWs Korsze (Warmińsko-Mazurskie); capacity 70 MWs

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The List: Wind Developers/Owners Pawłowo (Wielkopolska); capacity 79.5 MWs Radziejów (Kujawsko-Pomorskie); capacity 18 MWs Iłża (Mazowsze); capacity 60 MWs Jędrzychowice (Dolnośląskie); capacity 26 MWs Zgorzelec (Dolnośląskie); capacity 24 MWs

ENEA Wytwarzanie sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Krzysztof Sadowski, President of the Management Board Michał Prażyński, Vice-President for Renewable Energy Piotr Andrusiewicz , Vice-President for Technical Contact data: Świerże Górne, 26-900 Kozienice tel.: 48 614 24 14 www.enea-wytwarzanie.pl

Company Profile: ENEA Wytwarzanie sp. z o.o. is a competence centre for power within the ENEA Capital Group when it comes to electricity and heat generation. The company is a leader of power generating sector in the ENEA Capital Group also in the field of renewable sources. Strategy in Poland: By 2020 ENEA assumes power increase in renewable energy up to approximately 500 MW. Projects in Poland: Bardy; capacity 50 MWs Darżyno; capacity 6 MWs

ENERGA Invest SA Top Management in Poland: Piotr Litwin, President (tel.: 0-58 527-99-01, invest@energa.pl) Leszek Kowalski, Vicepresident (tel.: 0-58 527-99-01, invest@energa.pl) Contact data: al. Grunwaldzka 472, 80309 tel.: 0-58 527-99-01

Gamesa Energia Polska Sp. z.o.o.; commissioned: 04.12.2015 Auctions participation: 2016 (30 MW) 2017 (26) after 2017 (158)

ENERTRAG Polska sp. z o.o. Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: Enertrag – Dunowo sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Sowa, Christoph, Kierownik działu (tel.: +49 172 392 25 24, christoph.sowa@enertrag.com) Contact data: Al. Papieża Jana Pawła II 15/4, 70-445 Szczecin tel.: +48 914886400; +49 398546459290 www.enertrag.com

Global headquarters: Dauerthal, Deutschland Ownership: Enertrag AG Company Profile: ENERTRAG is a European energy supplier specializing in sustainability by generating electricity exclusively from renewable sources – mainly from wind energy. We number among the leading wind energy suppliers with 570 wind turbines installed and 2, 3 billion kilowatt hours of electricity produced per year. ENERTRAG is one of the few companies worldwide that provides every required link in the production chain of sustainable wind energy. As an independent service provider, ENERTRAG additionally offers a comprehensive service network for its partners' wind farms. Strategy in Poland: Realisation of projects up to 250 MW within the next 3 years Auctions participation: 2016 (between 100-150 MW) 2017 (between 100-150 MW)

www.energainvest.pl

Global headquarters: Gdansk, Poland Ownership: ENERGA Wytwarzanie SA Company Profile: ENERGA Invest SA is a company belonging to the Segment Production which is a part the Group ENERGA. ENERGA Invest acts as a substitute investor and contract engineer and is responsible for preparing and leading investments in the areas of conventional power, hydro, wind, photovoltaic and cogeneration sources Projects in Poland: Wind Farm Parsówek (Parsówek, Gmina Gryfino); capacity 26 MWs; 13 turbines supplied by Gamesa Eolica S.L. and

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EPA Wind sp. z o.o. sp. k. Top Management in Poland: Wojciech Głoćko, Prezes Anna Pasławska-Misztal, Wiceprezes Paweł Włoch, Wiceprezes Contact data: Wojska Polskiego 154, 71324 Szczecin tel.: 91 424 84 00 www.epawind.pl

Global headquarters: Szczecin, Polska Ownership: EPA Wind sp. z o.o. Company Profile: Wind Farm Developer Strategy in Poland: Developed Projects: Suwałki, 18 x 2, 3 MW, 41, 4 MW Zagórze, 15 x 2 MW, 30 MW Jagniątkowo, 17 x 1.8 MW, 30, 6 MW Puck, 11 x 2 MW, 22 MW Nowogard, 1 x 225 kW Karnice, 13 x 2.3 MW, 29, 9 MW Łukaszów, 34 MW Modlikowice, 24 MW Tychowo, 35 MW Wartkowo, 30 MW Jarogniew-Mołtowo, 20 MW Karnice II, 24 MW Karwice, 40 MW Pągów, 51 MW Krobia, 11 x 3 MW, 33 MW Samborsko, 36 MW Klukowo I, 24 MW Klukowo II, 5 MW Myślino, 10 x 2, 05 MW, 20, 5 MW Czaplinek, 15 MW Wojcieszyn, 28 MW Partial Projects: Tymień, 25 x 2 MW, 50 MW


The List: Wind Developers/Owners newable sources. FERSA began operating at an international level in 2008, when it launched the international diversification of its business. FERSA currently operates on two continents: America and Europe. Strategy in Poland: The Postolin project, which has been granted a subsidy of up to €10 million from the European Union Operational Programme, means the company will make an investment of about €50 million. In order to begin the construction work for the wind farm, Fersa has approved the concession of bridge financing for an amount of €8, 000, 000, 94% of which will be provided by shareholders. Projects in Poland: Postolin; capacity 34 MWs; 17 turbines supplied by Vestas V100; commissioned: 2015 CEE Clean Energy Awards Gala

Cisowo, 9 x 2 MW, 18 MW Barzowice, 6 x 833 kW, 4, 99 MW Kamieńsk, 15 x 2 MW, 30 MW Auctions participation:

Global headquarters: Italy Company Profile: Italian wind energy producer ERG Renew bought shares from the Vortex Energy Group in the 42MW EW Orneta 2 wind farm in Radziejów. The total estimated cost of implementation of the wind farm was €65m. Strategy in Poland: 14-MW wind project in the Polish municipalities of Szydlowo and Stupsk. 24 MW project in Slupia. Projects in Poland: Radziejów (Radziejów); capacity 42 MWs; 21 turbines supplied by Vestas V90 2MW Advisory Partners: Dentons

parks, obtains the building permits, the environmental permits and the PPA/ CPA. EuroCape Poland is today preparing the projects for the first Polish auction in 2016. The Polish team is receives all the required technical support from EuroCape Ltd to further finance, construct and operate the wind parks. Strategy in Poland: EuroCape New Energy Poland brings with its projects not only its know-how but a strong commitment to the development of renewable energy in accordance with the Polish public institutions’ policy objectives. EuroCape is an active member of the Polish Wind Energy Association which is the major Polish professional association in our field. EuroCape Poland is today developing a pipeline of over 600MW of projects ranging from green field sites to mature projects which will be ready for the auctions starting in 2016. EuroCape is also working as a partner and adviser for the construction of around 200MW in Poland. Auctions participation: 2016 2017 after 2017

Eurocape Poland sp. z o.o.

Fersa

Top Management in Poland: Adrien Fouchet, Country Manager (tel.: 603187783, fouchet@eurocape.eu) Contact data: Al. Jerozolimskie 85/11, 02-001 Warszawa tel.: 22 623 83 58

Contact data: Barcelona tel.: + 34 93 240 53 06

ERG Renew Top Management in Poland: Paolo Barabucci (PBarabucci@ergrenew.it) Laura Fava Contact data: Genoa (Italy) www.erg.it

rutte@eurocape.eu

Company Profile: EuroCape New Energy Poland is an Sp.z o.o. (LLC) founded in 2013 with its headquarters in Warsaw. EuroCape Poland develops the wind

www.fersa.es

Global headquarters: Barcelona, Spain Company Profile: FERSA Energías Renovables was incorporated in 2000 as the first independent company listed on the Spanish stock exchange exclusively dedicated to developing renewable energy, mainly wind energy. The company’s object is generating electricity using 100% re-

Gamesa Wind Poland sp. z o.o. Contact data: Krucza 16/22, Warsaw tel.: +48 22 434 26 44 Company Profile: Gamesa has sold a 24 MW wind farm in Poland to Windflower, part of the Israeli Sunflower group. The Suchan wind farm – developed and promoted by Gamesa – is located in West Pomerania Province and comprises 12 Gamesa G97-2.0 MW wind turbines. Under the terms of the agreement, Gamesa will provide the facility’s operations and maintenance services for a period of 15 years. The wind farm was commissioned during the last quarter of 2015. Strategy in Poland: Development and O&M.

GDF Suez Zielona Energia sp. z o.o. Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: GDF SUEZ Zielona Energia sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Krzysztof Sierota, Wind farms Coordinator, ENGIE Zielona Energia sp. z o.o. (tel.: +48 32 6030-521; mobile: +48 698-891-056) Jarosław Szczepaniak, Deputy Manager of the Purchasing Team ENGIE Energia Polska S.A. Contact data: Zawada 26, 28-230 Połaniec tel.: + 48 32 60 30 599 http://www.gdfsuez.pl/zielonaenergia/

Global headquarters: Paris, France Ownership: 100% by GDF SUEZ Energia Polska S.A. Company Profile: Energy producer with increasing focus on renewable energy. Actively looking for high quality projects as well as developing own projects, to construct and deliver green energy.

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The List: Wind Developers/Owners Strategy in Poland: To increase significantly installed wind capacity in 2020 horizon (vs. about 150 MW at end 2015). Projects in Poland: Jarogniew Mołtowo (zachodniopomoskie, gmina Gościno); capacity 20, 5 MW MWs; 10 x Senvion MM92 turbines supplied by Senvion; commissioned: December 2010 Wartkowo (zachodniopomoskie, gmina Gościno); capacity 30, 75 MW MWs; 15 x Senvion MM92 turbines supplied by Senvion; commissioned: March 2012 Pągów (opolskie, gmina Wilków); capacity 51 MW MWs; 17 x Vestas V112 turbines supplied by Vestas; commissioned: December 2012 Dąbrowice (łódzkie, gmina Dąbrowice); capacity 36 MW MWs; 13 x GE 2.75-120 turbines supplied by GE; commissioned: December 2015 Klukowo Samborsko (wielkopolskie); capacity 105 MW MWs; 51 turbines supplied by TBD Planned (Not disclosed); capacity 18 MWs; 8 turbines supplied by TBD

Generacja Wiatrowa Polska Sp.z o.o. (Enhol) Top Management in Poland: Antonio Jesús Oliver Gómez, CEO Łukasz Jasiński, Development Manager (+ 48 602-273-226) Contact data: Mickiewicza 63 lok. 212, Warsaw tel.: 22 560 58 72; + 22 560 58 73 www.generacjawiatrowa.pl

Global headquarters: Poland Ownership: Grupo Empresarial ENHOL S.L. Company Profile: Generacja Wiatrowa Polska sp. z o.o. is a member of the ENHOL Group, a Spanish family business group which operates in power engineering, general industry and agriculture. We perform complex execution of renewable energy source investments in Poland. Strategy in Poland: Currently the company is developing projects in four voivodeships.

GEO Renewables S.A. Top Management in Poland: Radek Nowak, CEO (radek.nowak@georenewables.pl) Daniel Dzaman, COO (daniel.dzaman@ georenewables.pl) Krzysztof Urban, CFO (krzysztof.urban@ georenewables.pl) Contact data: Eugeniusza Romera 4b, Warsaw 02-784

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Ownership: GEO Renewables LTD. Company Profile: GEO Renewables is a pure play renewable energy company. The main focus is to develop, construct and operate wind farms in Poland. Currently GEO operates almost 200 MW of installed capacity. GEO provides Operation and Managment services for its own and partners wind farms. Strategy in Poland: Become the biggest independent renewable energy producer in Poland. Projects that have been developed include Zgorzelec, Jedrzychowice, Nowogrodziec, and Wroblew (sold to IKEA) Projects in Poland: Zgorzelec (Zgorzelec); capacity 70 MWs Advisory Partners: K&L Gates; DNV GL; Lahmayer intl; Dentons; DLA Piper; KPMG; EY; Delloitte; Grant Thornton; TPA Horwath; Crido; Auctions participation: 2016 (200) 2017 (200) after 2017 (200) Estimated price for first auction:: 350

Gewind sp. z o.o. Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: Gewind Grabik Sp z o.o. Gewind Budziechow Sp z o.o. Popielway Sp z o.o. Porwind Sp z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Paulo Albuquerque, Board member (paulo.albuquerque@gewind.pl) paulo.albuquerque@gewind.pl

Contact data: ul. poznanska 62/68, 60851 Poznan www.gewind.pl

Global headquarters: Poznan Ownership: Gewind Sp z o.o. Company Profile: Portuguese family group that specializes in Green energy in Portugal and Poland. GEWIND a Polish holding company, represents the first move of the GESFINU group in diversifying the holding’s investment portfolio to other countries, namely Poland, using its acquired know-how in the green-energy sector for the polish market, especially in the Wind energy sector. Strategy in Poland: To develop, build and operate Wind farms and other green energy developments Projects in Poland: Gewind Grabik (Grabik, Lubuskie); capacity 6.4 MWs; 2 turbines supplied by Senvion; commissioned: 01/2014 Gewind Budziechów (Budziechów, Lubuskie); capacity 6.4 MWs; 2 turbines supplied by Senvion; commissioned: 10/2015 Popielawy (Popielawy, Lodzkie); capacity 6 MWs; 2 turbines supplied by Enercon; commissioned: 2017 Gac (Gac, Podkarpackie); capacity 24 MWs; 8 turbines supplied by Enercon; commissioned: 2018 Wolica (Wolica, Podkarpackie); capacity 12 MWs; 6 turbines supplied by Enercon; commissioned: 2018 Advisory Partners: BTK Legal, Megajoule, Krafton Accounting, etc. Auctions participation: 2016 2017


The List: Wind Developers/Owners Green Bear Corporation Poland Sp. zo.o. Top Management in Poland: Jean-Claude Moustacakis, CEO (jcm@greenbearcorp. com) Contact data: Wilcza 46, 00-679 Warsaw tel.: 48222126101 www.greenbearcorp.com

Global headquarters: Luksemburg, Luksemburg Ownership: Jean-Claude Moustacakis Company Profile: Green Bear is a develop, build and operate wind farms. Green Bear Group was established in January 2007. Green Bear already successfully developed and built 84 MW and operates for 47 MW of its own and third party projects. Strategy in Poland: Our mission is to develop a clean power industry based on renewable energy sources. Green Bear follows the highest business and ethical standards. The company’s activities also include supporting initiatives of local communities by engaging in social projects. Projects in Poland: Radzyn; capacity 39 MWs Linowo; capacity 48 MWs; commissioned: 2012 Lisewo; capacity 10.8 MWs Advisory Partners: White and Case, Dentons, PWC, EBRD, Alior bank

Auctions participation: 2016 2017 after 2017

Green Project Development Top Management in Poland: Urszula Picewicz, President of the Board (u.picewicz@greenpd.pl) Contact data: Marynarska15, 02-674 Warszawa tel.: +48 22 380 31 60 www.greenpd.pl

Company Profile: Green Project Development (GPD) is a highly experienced project management and consultancy company specialized in renewable energy. GPD develops, builds, operates and sales wind parks for its Clients as well as for its own. Customers benefit from GPD’s specialized team with long-term experience in project management, law, financial analysis, environmental protection and engineering. We develop projects from its “greenfield stage” until the commencement of the energy production, providing a wide range of legal, administrative, implementation and financial services throughout the whole process. GPD also concerns with complete audit and projects evaluation, their valuation, risk assessment support and projects purchase/sale process including acquisition of debt financing. Strategy in Poland: Activities of GPD are related to the completion of wind farm projects being currently at the different stages of their investment processes (circa 100MW MW) and further development of its own portfolio. The company is also interested in acquisition of wind projects in various stages of development and provision of subcontracting services Auctions participation: 2017 (100)

Greentech Energy Systems Polska sp. z o.o. Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: Eolica Połczyno Sp. z o.o; Wiatropol Ustka Sp. z o.o; Wiatropol Parnowo Sp. z o.o; Wiatropol Puck Sp. z o.o; Top Management in Poland: Sławomir Sikorski (tel.: 666 035 443) Jakub Garbacz Michal Trocha (tel.: 664 789957) Contact data: ul.Jaśkowa Dolina 81, Gdańsk 80-286 tel.: 48 58 661 2260; +45 33 36 42 02 in Denmark CEE Clean Energy Awards Gala

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Global headquarters: Copenhagen Ownership: Greentech Energy Systems A/S Company Profile: Greentech is an energy company developing, constructing and operating renewable energy projects and plants. Greentech owns one wind farm already in Poland, together with 5 other projects in the development stage. Current activities of Greentech group are located throughout Denmark, Italy, Germany, Poland and Spain. Strategy in Poland: EDF Energies Nouvelles (EDF EN) agreed to buy 120 MW of wind projects in Poland from Greentech Energy Systems A/S in December 2015. The Danish renewable energy company said it has signed a deal to sell four Polish wind schemes -- Parnowo, Ustka, Puck and Smolecin -- to EDF EN. After closing (expected in Q1 2016), EDF EN Polska will own 100% of the projects. It will take over all further development activities and related expenses. Projects in Poland: Połczyno; capacity 1.6 MWs; 2 turbines supplied by Enercon Ustka; capacity 29.9 MWs; commissioned: Planned Parnowo; capacity 12.5 MWs; commissioned: Planned Smolęcin; capacity 19.8 MWs; commissioned: Planned Puck; capacity 34 MWs; commissioned: Planned Pomorze (Polska); capacity 100 MWs; commissioned: Planned Advisory Partners: Enercon; Garrad Hassan; Dewi

Grupa Eko Park sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Zbigniew Modecki, Board Member (tel.: 602 251 605, zm@hri.pl) Michał Polanowski, Board Member (tel.: 600 882 200, polanowski@grupaekopark. pl) Contact data: Al. Jerozolimskie 99/7, 02001 Warsaw tel.: 602 251 605; 600 882 200 www.grupaekopark.pl

Company Profile: Grupa Eko Park sp. z o.o. was established in 2011 when the owners fused their passions with their years of experience in the renewable energy sector. Grupa Eko Park s operations involve the complex organization and preparation of professional photovoltaic and wind farm projects. The scope of our work includes all the required services involved with planning, coordinating, building and operating a wind farm.

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The List: Wind Developers/Owners Strategy in Poland: Grupa Eko Park consists of many SPV companies –each assigned to separate project, all together Grupa Eko Park projects include more than 400 MW. Grupa Eko Park is actively involved in the development of the polish wind energy industry, with a goal to become a significant player in this small, yet rapidly growing market. Projects in Poland: FW Ciechocinek (Raciążek community); capacity 7.5 MWs; 3 turbines supplied by Nordex; commissioned: Production was started in early 2013 Sztum (Sztum community); capacity 9, 8 MW MWs Płużnica (Płużnica community); capacity 48, 4 MW MWs FW Bolków (Bolków Community); capacity 2 MW MWs; 2 turbines supplied by Neg Micon Kętrzyn (Kętrzyn community); capacity 20 MW MWs Kętrzyn (Krasocin community); capacity 30 MW MWs Niemodlin (Niemodlin community); capacity 6, 5 MW MWs Stoszowice (Stoszowice); capacity 3, 5 MW MWs

Ibereolica sp. z o.o. Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: Biały Bór Farma Wiatrowa sp. z o.o. DK Farma Wiatrowa sp. z o.o. Hanza Farma Wiatrowa sp. z o.o. Nowa Karczma Farma Wiatrowa sp. z o.o. Contact data: Chmielna 101/102, 80-748 Gdańsk tel.: 58-301-61-60 www.iniciativasenergeticas.com

Global headquarters: Madrid, Spain Company Profile: Iniciativas Energeticas, S.A. (IESA) is a company devoted to the development, construction and operation of renewable energy projects. It was created in 1988 and belongs to the familyowned business group Uriel Investments, founded in 1927 and operating in sectors as diverse as automotive components manufacturing, waste management, trading of raw materials and renewable energy. IESA has developed, built and operates projects in different technologies: wind, small hydro, solar photovoltaic, biogas and solar thermal. Projects in Poland: Bialy Bor; capacity 166 MWs; commissioned: Under development Hanza ; capacity 60 MWs; commissioned: Under development Nowa Karczma; capacity 30 MWs; commissioned: Under development Debnica Kaszubska; capacity 16 MWs; commissioned: Under development Nowotna; capacity 40 MWs; commissioned: Sold in construction Auctions participation: 2016 2017 after 2017

IKEA Top Management in Poland: Belgiumbased Marek Thau, Country Facility Manager (tel.: 506-008-324, marek.thau@IKEA. com) Karol Gobczynski, energy and climate manager in Poland Contact data: pl. Szwedzki 3, Raszyn 05-090 Company Profile: Previously purchased wind farms include two operational wind farms from Martifer Group, totaling 28 MW in capacity, and a third wind farm, of 26 MW. The volume of the transaction was PLN 385 million. The operational wind farms are located in the southern part of Poland, in the Rzeszów province near villages Bukowsko and Łęki. CEE Clean Energy Awards Gala

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Strategy in Poland: In March 2015, Ikea purchased a 38-MW wind farm (Wroblew) from developers GEO Renewables, China CEE and Enlight Renewable. IKEA has agreed a forward-purchase of Lubartow (51.2 MW) wind farm, being developed by GEO Renewables. Projects in Poland: Wróblewie ; capacity 38 MWs Lubartow; capacity 51 MWs

in.ventus sp. z o.o. sp. k. Top Management in Poland: Michael v. Schubert and Sebastian Willmund, managing directors (m.vonschubert@inventus.com; s.willmund@in-ventus.com) Elzbieta Sienica, managing director (e.sienica@in-ventus.com) Roman Hudzik, managing director (r.hudzik@in-ventus.com) Contact data: ul. ulanska 1, 60-748 Poland tel.: 48664490536 www.in-ventus.com

Company Profile: in.ventus is a company specialized in investing into operating wind frams with a focus on the restructuring and management of projects under distress - distressed asset management. Further business fields are the development, the turnkey construction and the management of wind farms in Poland and France. Strategy in Poland: Currently in.ventus owns and operates wind farms with a total capacity of more than 180 MW. in.ventus is permanently looking for operating wind farm projects to restructure and improve them. Additionally in.ventus is still interested in acquiring promising late stage developments. Projects in Poland: not stated (Poland); capacity 180 MWs; more than 80 turbines supplied by Vestas; commissioned: 2009-2011 Auctions participation:

Invenergy LLC Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: Invenergy Systems Polska Top Management in Poland: Michael Polsky, President and CEO Jim Murphy, EVP/CFO/COO Contact data: One South Wacker Drive, Suite 1900, IL 60606 Chicago, USA tel.: +1 312 224 14 00; 22-548-4850 www.invenergyllc.com

Global headquarters: Chicago, USA Ownership: Invenergy LLC Company Profile: Invenergy has developed more than 12, 032 MW of utilityscale wind, solar, natural gas and energy


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storage projects in the United States, Canada and Europe. This includes more than 8, 835 MW of projects in operation, with more than 3, 197 MW in construction or advanced development. We are North America's largest independent wind power generation company. Strategy in Poland: 11 wind farms operating in a clustered area near the Baltic Sea. Invenergy has approx. 300 MW of installed capacity in Poland, making it one of the largest wind farm owners in the country. Projects in Poland: Nowy Jarosław (Darłowo Municipality, Sławno County, northwest Poland); capacity 25 MWs Pekanino (Darłowo Municipality, Sławno County); capacity 24 MWs Stary Jarosław (Darłowo Municipality, Sławno County); capacity 22, 5 MWs Tymien (Kujawy-Pomerania); capacity 50 MWs Wiekowice (Darłowo Municipality, Sławno County.); capacity 25 MWs Gorzyce; capacity 37.5 MWs Boryszewo; capacity 32.5 MWs Dobieslaw; capacity 27.5 MWs Jezyce; capacity 27.5 MWs Ustka; capacity 21 MWs Krupy; capacity 22.5 MWs Advisory Partners: Enerco

J-Power Polska Top Management in Poland: Artur Grybek (artur_grybek@jpower.com.pl) Contact data: Gnilna 2 , Gdansk 80-847 tel.: +48.58.7327881 Company Profile: J-POWER is a Japanese wholesale electric power generation company founded in 1952 by the Japanese government, and fully privatized in 2004. As one of the market leaders of conventional and renewable energy in Japan and many countries around the world, we specialize in construction, operation and maintenance of power plants and transmission lines. Our power plants with an output capacity of about 17GW in Japan and 9GW (gross) abroad generate electricity from coal, natural gas, , geothermal, water, waste, and wind. Strategy in Poland: J-POWER for several years (along with MITSUI) is active on the Polish wind energy market. Since 2008 we operate a Zajączkowo Wind Farm near Kobylnica with a capacity of 48MW. In the coming years we plan to implement further projects with a capacity of at least 500MW. We are in the course of building a portfolio with further projects & investments in the market of renewable energy in Poland and worldwide. Projects in Poland: Zajączkowo (Kobylnica); capacity 48 MWs

Advisory Partners: Kancelaria Turek, ALPLAN, SDG, ; Windshepherds; Deutsche Windtechnik

Martifer Renewables S.A. Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: Wind Farm Bukowsko Sp. z o. o. Wind Farm Piersno Sp. z o. o. Wind Farm Jawornik Sp. z o. o. Wind Farm Łada Sp. z o. o. Wind Farm Markowa Sp. z o. o. Wind Farm Oborniki Śląskie Sp. z o. o. Top Management in Poland: Antonio Castro, Board President Artur Violante, Board Member , tel.: 604176470, malgorzata.adkins@ martifer.com Contact data: Kurniki 4, tel.: 126286625 www.martifer.com

Global headquarters: Portugal Company Profile: Martifer Renewables świadczy usługi rozwoju projektów farm wiatrowych, zarządzania budową, usługi due diligence, doradztwa technicznego i prawnego, a także zarządzania operacyjnego. Strategy in Poland: Spółka w Polsce wybudowała 90MW (Łęki Dukielskie 10MW – 2009r., Bukowsko 18MW – 2011r., Rymanów 26MW – 2013r., Gizałki 36MW – 2015r.)

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The List: Wind Developers/Owners Projects in Poland: Łęki Dukielskie Wind Farm (Podkarpacie); capacity 10MW MWs; 5 turbines supplied by Senvion; commissioned: 2009 Bukowsko Wind Farm (Podkarpacie); capacity 18MW MWs; 9 turbines supplied by Senvion; commissioned: 2011 Gizałki Wind Farm (Wielkopolska); capacity 36MW MWs; 18 turbines supplied by Senvion; commissioned: 2015 Auctions participation: 2016 2017 after 2017

Norvento Polska sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Enrique Alonso Ruiz, Project Director (tel.: 608890-890, ealonso@norvento.com) Wojciech Jędrasik, Finance Manager (tel.: 797-582-911, wjedrasik@norvento.com) Contact data: ul. Nowogrodzka 11, 00-513 Warszawa tel.: 22 370-61-80 www.norvento.com

Global headquarters: Lugo, Spain Ownership: Norvento Enerxia Company Profile: Norvento Enerxia is the Spanish group focused on different areas of renewable energy. For over 30 years engineers from Norvento are consultants to energy producers, consumers, and grid. Company is active investor in different energy installations - from wind, water, sun, and biomass. Norvento is also the designer and producer of middle range capacity wind turbines. The firm provides clients with o&m and power management services as well. The subsidiaries of Norvento Enerxia are present in a few countries, on three continents. Strategy in Poland: In Poland Norvento is focused on development portfolio of wind farms, with the perspective of its erection, and long-term operation and ownership. Projects in Poland: Krasin Piatkowo Auctions participation: 2016 2017 after 2017

Novenergia Poland sp. z o.o. Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: Enwind sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Magdalena Sobcinska, Country Manager (magdalena. sobcinska@novenergia.com)

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Álvaro Brandao Pinto, Member of the Management Board Alvaro Rodrigues, Member of the Management Board Contact data: Wierzbowa 9/11, Warszawa, 00-094 tel.: 22 826 71 66 www.novenergia.com

Global headquarters: Luxembourg Ownership: Novenergia Holding S.A. ; Generg International S.A. Company Profile: Novenergia Poland is a company which invests and owns wind projects. It grew as a subsidiary of Portuguese fund, dedicated to the promotion of the use of renewable energy sources in electricity generation. Currently, the Novenergia Group runs projects in countries such as: Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Poland and South Africa. The Group has focused on renewable energy projects based on wind, solar and hydro resources. Nevertheless, other renewable energy sources may be considered in the future. Strategy in Poland: Novenergia Poland plans to continue operation of the wind farm in Głuchów (10 x 2 MW). The Management Board assumes developing of II phase of the windfarm in the nearest years with another 10 turbines up to 40 MW together. Moreover, Novenergias aim is to reach the total capacity in Poland amounting to at least 150 MW. Therefore, Novenergia seeks for next projects, also considering renewable energy sources other than wind. Projects in Poland: Enwind sp. z o.o. (Głuchów, woj. Łódzkie); capacity 20 MWs; 10 turbines supplied by Vestas-Poland sp. z o.o.; commissioned: August .2014

Advisory Partners: Clifford Chance Janicka, Krużewski, Namiotkiewicz sp. k.; Tensec sp. z o.o.; Noveo Finance

PGE Energia Odnawialna S.A. Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: Baltica 3 sp. z o.o., Baltica 1 sp. z o.o., Baltica 2 sp. z o.o., Eolica, Pelplin Top Management in Poland: Maciej Gorski, President of Board Norbert Sadek, VP Board Krzysztof Muller, VP Board (Krzysztof. Muller@gkpge.pl) Contact data: ul. Ogrodowa 59a, 00-876 Warszawa tel.: 22-433-1300 www.pgeeo.pl

Global headquarters: Warsaw Ownership: PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna S.A. Company Profile: PGE Energia Odnawialna S.A. is a subsidiary of PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna S.A. – Poland‘s largest power conglomerate and one of the largest power sector players in Central and Eastern Europe. In 2010, a decision was made to consolidate the PGE Group‘s renewable energy assets. As a result, a new Group was established, comprising 14 subsidiaries. Within PGE Energia Odnawialna S.A. there are five separate operating Branches. Currently, the Group manages 29 hydroelectric power plants and five wind farms. Strategy in Poland: As of 2015, the Group assumes power increase of approximately 5, 000 MW, of which the vast majority is an increase in wind power. The company bought projects from DONG Energy and Iberdrola.Wind project plans on-shore:


The List: Wind Developers/Owners 800 MW. Wind project plans off-shore (3 projects): 1050 MW. Projects in Poland: Jagniątkowo; capacity 30.6 MWs; 17 turbines supplied by Vestas; commissioned: 2007 Kamieńsk (Kamieńsk/Góra Kamieńska); capacity 30 MWs; 15 turbines supplied by Enercon; commissioned: 2007 Kamice/Skrobotowo (Skrobotowo/Kusin); capacity 29.9 MWs; 13 turbines supplied by Siemens; commissioned: 2010 Kisielice (Łodygowo); capacity 40, 5 MWs; 27 turbines supplied by GE Energy; commissioned: 2007 Malbork (Koniecwałd/Sztum); capacity 18 MWs; 12 turbines supplied by GE Energy; commissioned: 2008 Pelplin (Lignowy szlacheckie/Pomyje/ Janiszewko/Rudno/Pelpin); capacity 48 MWs; 24 turbines supplied by Gamesa; commissioned: 2012 Resko I (Resko); capacity 14 MWs; 7 turbines supplied by Gamesa; commissioned: 2013 Wojciechowo; capacity 28 MWs; 14 turbines supplied by Vestas; commissioned: 2014 Żuromin (Kuczbork-Osada/Żuromin/ Lubowidz); capacity 60 MWs; 30 turbines supplied by Gamesa; commissioned: 2012 Galicja; capacity 12 MWs; 6 turbines supplied by Gamesa Karwice; capacity 40 MWs; 16 turbines supplied by GE; commissioned: In construction Lotnisko; capacity 90 MWs; 30 turbines supplied by Alston (Eco 110; 3MW); commissioned: In construction Resko II; capacity 76 MWs; 38 turbines supplied by Vestas (V-100); commissioned: In construction

Polenergia Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: multiple Top Management in Poland: Zbigniew Prokopowicz, President Jacek Głowacki, Vice President Michał Kozłowski, Vice President Contact data: ul. Krucza 24/26, 00-526 Warszawa tel.: +48 22 522 39 00 www.polenergia.pl

Global headquarters: Warsaw Ownership: Publicly-traded on Warsaw Stock Exchange. Company Profile: Polenergia SA is the first Polish private group in power industry made up of vertically integrated companies functioning in the area of generation of power from conventional and renewable sources, as well as distribution and trade of electric energy. Polenergia SA is listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. The Company is a vertically integrated entity specialized in implementing projects from generation of electric energy from conventional and renewable sources to distribution of electric energy and gas and sale and trade of energy and certificates of origin. Strategy in Poland: Producing energy from conventional and renewable resources: Polenergia Nowa Sarzyna CHP („ENS”); Północ Power Plant (Elektrownia Północ); Onshore wind farms; Offshore wind farms. Distribution and transmission: Distribution of electric energy; Natural gas distribution; Transmission of gas. Sale and trade of electric energy and green certificates. Projects in Poland: Puck (Puck); capacity 22 MWs; 11 turbines supplied by Gamesa; commissioned: January 2007

Modlikowice (Modlikowice); capacity 24 MWs; 12 turbines supplied by Vestas; commissioned: 2012 Lukaszow (Lukaszow); capacity 34 MWs; 17 turbines supplied by Vestas; commissioned: 2012 Gawlowice (Gawlowice); capacity 48.3 MWs; 21 turbines supplied by Siemens; commissioned: 2014 Rajgrod (Rajgrod); capacity 25.3 MWs; 11 turbines supplied by Siemens; commissioned: 2014 Skurpie (Skurpie); capacity 43.7 MWs; 19 turbines supplied by Siemens; commissioned: 2015 Mycielin (Mycielin); capacity 48 MWs; 24 turbines supplied by Vestas; commissioned: 2016 Pieklo (Pieklo); capacity 12 MWs; commissioned: 2017 Grabowo (Grabowo); capacity 40 MWs; commissioned: 2017 Zielona (Zielona); capacity 114 MWs; commissioned: 2018 Kostomloty (Kostomloty); capacity 18 MWs; commissioned: 2018 Badecz (Badecz); capacity 42 MWs; commissioned: 2018 Szymankowo (Szymankowo); capacity 53 MWs; commissioned: 2019 Auctions participation: 2016 2017 after 2017

Polwind Group Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: Polwind Group consist of 50 SPV\'s active on renewable energy market Top Management in Poland: Leon Rybczyński, Owner (tel.: 504161071, leon@ polwind.pl) Monika Ambroziak, Project manager (tel.: 796254874, monika@polwind.pl) Contact data: Włodarzewska 4/9, Warsaw 02-384 tel.: 22 257 88 29; 504161071 www.polwind.pl

Global headquarters: Warsaw Poland Ownership: Polwind Company Profile: Polwind Group was established in 2003, and has completed 80 MW of wind projects and has further 100 MW in development. Our staff is made up of engineers and managers, with many years of experience in the wind power industry. Thanks to continuous collaboration with leading turbine manufactures and local and foreign investment-work contractors, our group observes trends of developments in the business, and what

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The List: Wind Developers/Owners follows our group implements optimal technologies. Strategy in Poland: Wind farms : 50 MW with building permits. 60 MW under development. Building permits can been obtained in 2-3 months. Projects in Poland: Iława Trupel (warmińsko-mazurskie province); capacity 12 MWs; 4 turbines supplied by Vestas; commissioned: 06.2016 Szulborze (podlaskie province); capacity 4, 4 MW MWs; 2 turbines supplied by Vestas; commissioned: 11.2016 Bobry (warmińsko-mazurskie province); capacity 39 MWs; 13 turbines supplied by Vestas; commissioned: 04.2017 Ciechanowiec (podlaskie province); capacity 2.2000000000000001776 MWs; 1 turbines supplied by Vestas; commissioned: 12.2016 Auctions participation: 2016 (45) 2017 (55) after 2017 (120) Estimated price for first auction:: 350

Prokon New Energy Poland sp. z o.o. Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: EW Orneta 1 sp. z o.o.

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Top Management in Poland: Carsten Rodbertus , President of the Board Henning Mau, Vice President of the Board Piotr Bogdanowicz Contact data: ul. Budowlanych 64D, Gdańsk tel.: 58 342 46 23

Radomsko; capacity 4 MWs Zloczew; capacity 4 MWs Ciechanow Erw.; capacity 2 MWs Dzialoszyn; capacity 2 MWs Zleszyn-Ernesty; capacity 2 MWs

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Global headquarters: Poland Ownership: PROKON Unternehmensgruppe Company Profile: The company invests in green energy, wind power and biogas extraction for more than 15 years, and owns 314 wind farms in Germany and some in Poland. Strategy in Poland: Nearly 14 operating wind farms, mostly on a small scale. Newest project Rusiec (36MW; 18 Vestas V90 turbines) is Prokon's first foray into larger-scale projects. Projects in Poland: Gniewino; capacity 6 MWs Rusiec; capacity 36 MWs; commissioned: 2015/2016 Subkowy ; capacity 10 MWs Ciechanow; capacity 10 MWs Sieradz; capacity 10 MWs Brudzewice; capacity 8 MWs Wielun; capacity 8 MWs Krosniewice; capacity 6 MWs Klodowa; capacity 4 MWs

Top Management in Poland: Miroslav Tvrzník Marek Haase Jan Gerstberger Contact data: 2 Solent Court, Clarence Parade, Southsea, PO5 2 EY tel.: +44 0845 0542023 http://www.renpowergroup.com

Company Profile: RENPower Investments Group is a Netherlands based investor & developer with over 50 megawatts of solar photovoltaic and wind power currently installed across Europe. Recent expansion into developing EU markets means capacity is expected to reach 300 MW over the next three years - a significant contribution to the continent’s renewable energy supply targets - with the ultimate aim of creating a pan-European green energy utility company. Strategy in Poland: Owner of Lisewo wind farm, previously owned by Green Bear. Negotiations to purchase an 8 MW wind farm.


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Development of 14 MW Wind project in Poland just started. Evaluation of 30 MW wind projects in Poland. Projects in Poland: Lisewo - 10, 8 MW

RP Global Poland sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Tomasz Zelek, Country Manager (t.zelek@rpglobal.com) Contact data: Al. Wojska Polskiego 70, Szczecin, 70-479 tel.: 91 432 2580 www.rp-global.pl

Global headquarters: Poland - Szczecin, Austria - Vienna Company Profile: RP Global is an IPP (Independent Power Producer) with over twenty-five years of experience in the renewable energy sector. As a developer, investor and operator, RP Globals focus lies in hydro and wind energy projects. More than thirty-five power plants, both wind and hydro, have been developed and constructed so far. RP Global is engaged in several successful partnerships with institutions such as the Marguerite Fund and the Bank of Georgia and has worked successfully with other multilateral/ international banks. Croatia, France and Poland, as well as Portugal, Chile, Peru,

Tanzania and Georgia are the countries RP Global currently operates in. Strategy in Poland: RP Global currently has 5 operating wind farms in Poland: Wałcz (SPC: Megawind Polska sp. z o.o.), Tychowo (SPC: Megawatt Baltica SA), Stramnica (SPC: Wiatrowa Baltica sp. z o.o.), Kukinia (SPC: Aeolus sp. z o.o.), Kukinia2 (SPC: AWK2 sp. z o.o.). RP Global is also working on several other projects which are in the advanced stages of progress. Projects in Poland: Wałcz (Wałcz, Zachodniopomorskie); capacity 4.5 MWs; 3 turbines supplied by Nordex; commissioned: 2008 Tychowo (Sławno commune, Zachodniopomorskie); capacity 50 MWs; 20 turbines supplied by Nordex; commissioned: 2009 Stramnica (Kołobrzeg Commune, Zachodniopomorskie); capacity 4.6 MWs; 2 turbines supplied by Enercon; commissioned: 2011 Kukinia (Dygowo/Ustronie Morskie commune, Zachodniopomorskie); capacity 52.9 MWs; 23 turbines supplied by Enercon; commissioned: 2013 Kukinia 2 (Ustronie Morskie commune, Zachodniopomorskie); capacity 6.9 MWs; 3 turbines supplied by Enercon; commissioned: 2015 Auctions participation: after 2017

RTB Developer sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Marcin Baginski, CEO (tel.: 48502338439, m.baginski@rtbdeveloper.pl) Contact data: Synów Pułku 37A, 80-298 Gdańsk tel.: 502338439 www.rtbdeveloper.pl

Company Profile: Company is focused on development of wind farm and solar projects in Northern Poland to RTB stage. The key clients are polish and foreign investors interested in construction and operation of RES installations. Strategy in Poland: Development of contracted and owned projects for purposes of participation in auction system alongside with plans for construction, operation and providing of O&M services. Auctions participation: 2016 2017 after 2017

RWE Renewables Polska sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Uwe Weite, Board Member Robert Macias, Board Member Roman Schneider, Board Member Contact data: ul. Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie 41, 00-347 Warszawa tel.: +48 22 821 31 81 www.rwe.pl

Global headquarters: Essen, Germany Ownership: RWE Innogy Company Profile: Development and operation of renewable energy assets in Poland with key focus on wind energy onshore. Projects in Poland: Taciewo (Taciewo); capacity 30 MWs; 15 turbines supplied by Gamesa; commissioned: 2011 Piecki (Piecki); capacity 32 MWs; 16 turbines supplied by Gamesa; commissioned: 2010 Suwałki (Suwałki); capacity 41.4 MWs; 18 turbines supplied by Siemens; commissioned: 2009 Krzęcin (Krzęcin); capacity 14 MWs; 7 turbines supplied by Gamesa; commissioned: 2012 Tychowo (Tychowo); capacity 34.5 MWs; 15 turbines supplied by Siemens; commissioned: 2010 Nowy Staw I (Nowy Staw); capacity 45.1 MWs; 22 turbines supplied by Senvion; commissioned: 2013 Nowy Staw II (Nowy Staw); capacity 28 MWs; 14 turbines supplied by Senvion; commissioned: 2015 Opalenica (Opalenica); capacity 16.8 MWs; 7 turbines supplied by Nordex; commissioned: 2015 Auctions participation: 2016 2017 after 2017

Saxovent Energy sp. z o.o. Sp.k. Top Management in Poland: Marcin Gładyś, CEO (tel.: 785857823, info@saxovent.pl) Contact data: ul. Promienista 62/4, Poznań, 60-289 tel.: 606451703 www.saxovent.pl

Global headquarters: Berlin, Germany Ownership: Saxovent Ökologische Investments GmbH&Co. KG Company Profile: Saxovent was founded in 1997 with the goal of implementing wind power projects in Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt. After many years of controlled, continuous growth Saxovent has become one of the main providers of

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The List: Wind Developers/Owners turnkey investments in the wind industry, with a leading position among independent players. We now do our business worldwide and in the planning, financing and construction of wind farms we have already developed more than 300 wind turbines of various performance classes from different manufacturers. With an overall installed capacity exceeding 600 MW, more than 100.000 families are being supplied with environmentally friendly sustainable electricity. Strategy in Poland: Since 2011 Saxovent Energy Polish team has been supporting wind farm investments at their every stage: planning, development, construction. Saxovent Energy focuses on middle-size projects that fulfill all legal and environmental requirements and positively influence local communities as well as global environment. Additionally, we provide services to external companies who seek highly professional support in the wind analysis and wind farm layouts at reasonable cost Projects in Poland: FW Linowo (owner: EDF EN Polska) (kujawsko-pomorskie); capacity 48 MWs; 24 turbines supplied by Vestas Advisory Partners: BSJP, Solivan (legal) Auctions participation: 2016 2017 (ca. 30MW) after 2017

Sevivon Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: Windfarm Polska II sp. z o.o., Windfarm Polska III sp. z o.o., Windfarm Polska IV sp. z o.o., Windfarm Polska V sp. z o.o., Windfarm Polska VI sp. z o.o., Windfarm Polska VII sp. z o.o., Windfarm Polska IX sp. z o.o., ZOMAR sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Stefan Ebeling, President of the Board Bogdan Gutkowski, Vice President of the Board (tel.: 600 906 631) Contact data: ul. Wojska Polskiego 24-26, 75- 712 Koszalin tel.: 94 342 54 51 - Koszalin; +48 22 628 43 00 - Warsaw www.sevivon.pl

Global headquarters: Poland Ownership: WKN, AOS sp. z o.o. Company Profile: WKN AG engaged in designing, financing, building and operating wind farms since 1991. Wind farms with a total capacity exceeding 1000 megawatts by WKN been realized in Germany and abroad. In addition to headquarters, WKN also has subsidiaries

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and joint ventures in many countries of Europe and the USA. Strategy in Poland: Sevivon sp. z o.o. is a joint venture company owned by the group WKN from Husum and the company AOS sp. z o.o. from Koszalin. Since the year 2000 we have been successfully developing renewable energy projects and implementing them throughout the Polish territory. In our branch offices in Koszalin , Gdansk and Warsaw, we have a highly qualified and experienced team of engineers and managers.

Siłownie Wiatrowe S.A. Top Management in Poland: Wojciech Romaniszyn, Chairman (tel.: +48 880000021, wrom@e-wind.eu) Wawrzyniec Romaniszyn, Proxy Holder (tel.: +48 730424242, wawa@silowniewiatrowe.com) Wojciech Lorenc, General Director (tel.: +48 601925823, wlorenc@e-wind.eu) Contact data: Sarmacka 10d, 02-972 Warszawa tel.: +4822 11 45 572 www.e-wind.eu

Global headquarters: Warszawa Ownership: Joint stock company Company Profile: 18 years experience on the Polish market. First wind power station built in Barzowice on Baltic seaside. We develop projects and invest in wind farms, deliver constructions on a turnkey basis. Currently 140MW wind power stations developed by SWSA are under operation and another 170MW are in progress, Strategy in Poland: We develop projects for both large 1-3MW turbines and prosument sector units 2, 5, 10, 40 kW. Projects in Poland: Kocierzew (Lodzkie); capacity 14.4 MWs; 9 turbines supplied by Vestas, Gamesa, Enercon Bielawy (Lodzkie); capacity 6.8 MWs; 4 turbines supplied by Vestas, Gamesa, Enercon Barzowice (Darłowo); capacity 0.33 MWs; 1 turbines supplied by Enercon; commissioned: 2001 Maków (Maków Maz.); capacity 15.6 MWs; 9 turbines supplied by Gamesa, Enercon, Vestas Przasnysz (Przasnysz); capacity 19.4 MWs; 12 turbines supplied by Enercon Other activities: Construction and related services

Siłownie Wiatrowe SA Top Management in Poland: Wojciech Antoni Romaniszyn, Chairman of the Board (wrom@e-wind.eu)

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Rafał Bartelik, Chief Financial Officer (tel.: 48575300360, bartelikr@e-wind.eu) Michał Szafran, Project Manager (tel.: 48575600560, m.szafran@e-wind.eu) Contact data: 10, Branickiego apt. 14, 02-972 Warszawa tel.: 48221145572; 48598109100 www.e-wind.eu

Ownership: Polish Private Persons Company Profile: SW S.A.is a company founded by specialists with 20 years of experience in the fields of wind energy, environmental protection, finance and law; in 2001 developed and built the first commercial wind farm in Poland at Barzowic near Darłowo; involved in numerous wind energy developments with a combined target installed capacity a level of several hundreds megawatts; carries out measurements of wind energy resources by means of 80m and 100m professional masts; carries a scheme through to obtainment of all necessary administrative decisions and approvals (ready-to-build); deliveries of the construction of a scheme on a turnkey basis; works also as a general contractor for wind installations; Strategy in Poland: development of small and medium scale wind projects, ; focusing on 1MW dispersed installations and small up to 500kW single projects; carrying construction for projects of vary-


The List: Wind Developers/Owners ing capacity, foundations, access roads, crane areas, cable lines included; also operates as EPC Advisory Partners: BSJP Auctions participation: 2016 (up to 50MW) 2017 (up to 100MW) after 2017 (100-150MW)

TAURON Ekoenergia sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Roman Gabrowski, Chairman Przemysław Mandelt, Vice-chairman Contact data: Obrońców Pokoju 2B, Jelenia Góra 58-500 tel.: 0048 75 75 46 800 www.tauron-ekoenergia.pl

Ownership: Public Owned Company Profile: TAURON Polska Energia S.A. is the mother company in the TAURON Group – one of the largest business entities in Poland, with approximately PLN 18 billion equity and over 26 thousand employees. Core businesses of the TAURON Group include hard coal mining, generation, distribution and supply of electricity and heat.

Strategy in Poland: Major subsidiaries of the TAURON Group include, among others: TAURON Wydobycie S.A. dealing with coal mining, TAURON Wytwarzanie S.A. dealing with electricity generation from conventional sources and biomas co-firing, TAURON Ekoenergia sp. z o.o. dealing with electricity generation from renewable sources, TAURON Dystrybucja S.A. dealing with electricity distribution, TAURON Sprzedaż sp. z o.o. dealing with electricity supply to retail customers, TAURON Obsługa Klienta sp. z o.o. dealing with customer service, TAURON Ciepło sp. z o.o. dealing with heat distribution. Projects in Poland: Lipniki (Kamiennik); capacity 30.75 MWs; 15 turbines supplied by Senvion; commissioned: 2011 Zagórze (Wolin); capacity 30 MWs; 15 turbines supplied by Vestas; commissioned: 2003 Marszewo (Postomino); capacity 100 MWs; 50 turbines supplied by Vestas; commissioned: 2013

Wicko (Wicko); capacity 40 MWs; 20 turbines supplied by Vestas; commissioned: 2013 Auctions participation:

Terna Energy (Eolos) Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: 7 SPVs Top Management in Poland: Georgios Spyrou, Executive Director John Tamaresis, CFO Andrzej Roeding, Operation (Country) Manager (eolos@terna-energy.com) Contact data: Szpitalna 1/58, Warsaw, 00-020 tel.: +48 (22) 827 86 87 www.terna-energy.com

Global headquarters: Athens, Greece Ownership: Terna Energy S.A. Company Profile: TERNA ENERGY is a member of GEK TERNA Group of Companies and was incorporated in 1997 as a subsidiary of TERNA S.A.. The first wind park entered into operation in 2000, with an installed capacity of 11.22 MW. In the following years, the installed capacity of our wind parks increased rapidly as we continued to expand our wind park portfolio in Greece. In 2004, we began

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The List: Wind Developers/Owners exploring opportunities in RES markets abroad, identifying suitable sites for wind projects principally in the Balkans, and then in Central Europe in 2005. In 2007 following an IPO, the company was listed in the Athens Stock Exchange. Strategy in Poland: Since 2011 TERNA ENERGY has been operating wind farms in Poland, Bulgaria amd USA, with a strong presence in Poland and elsewhere in CEE. Projects in Poland: Krzyżanów (Kutno area); capacity 20 MWs; commissioned: 2011 Gorzkowice (Piotrków Tryb. area); capacity 12 MWs; commissioned: 2011 Czarnożyły (Wieluń area); capacity 16 MWs; commissioned: 2012 Szadek (Zduńska Wola area); capacity 8 MWs; commissioned: 2012 Nasielsk (Nowy Dwór Maz. area); capacity 10 MWs; commissioned: 2012 Sieradz II (Sieradz area); capacity 8 MWs; commissioned: 2013 Maków (Maków Maz. area); capacity 12 MWs; commissioned: 2014 Chełmża (Chełmża area); capacity 4 MWs; commissioned: 2015 Tuchola (Tuchola area); capacity 6 MWs; commissioned: 2015 Chojnice (Chojnice area); capacity 6 MWs; commissioned: 2015

visaVento Holding AG Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: visaVento Krzanwice 1 sp. z o.o. visaVento Krzanowice 2 sp. z o.o. visaVento Krzanowice sp. z o.o. visaVento Ekologicny Bierutow sp. z o.o. Evelop Przedborowa sp. z o.o. all domicilized at:ul. Legnicka 52 54204 Wroclaw Top Management in Poland: Alexander Majstrenko, Chairman (a.majstrenko@ visavento.eu) Tobias Zimmerli, CEO Contact data: Thurstrasse 14, 8500 Frauenfeld tel.: 41527210610 www.visavento.eu

Company Profile: Under the roof of visaVento Holding AG, individuals and companies have come together who specialize in the design, development, construction and operation of wind farms, as well as companies with wind farm projects in different project phases. Strategy in Poland: We are developing our Portfolio until ready to build. The we do the finance, construction and commissioning of the windfarms. Projects in Poland:

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Krzanowice 3 (Krzanowice); capacity 10 MWs; 4 turbines supplied by FWT; commissioned: March 2016 Krzanowice 1 (Krzanowice); capacity 30 MWs; 12 turbines supplied by FWT; commissioned: Q2 2017 Krzanowice 2 (Krzanowice); capacity 45 MWs; 15 turbines supplied by FWT; commissioned: Q4 2017 Bierutow (Bierutow); capacity 42 MWs; 14 turbines supplied by FWT; commissioned: Q4 2017 Przedborowa (Przedborowa); capacity 48 MWs; 16 turbines supplied by FWT; commissioned: 2018 Ronica (Ronica); capacity 54 MWs; 18 turbines supplied by FWT; commissioned: 2018 Samlino (Samlino); capacity 30 MWs; 10 turbines supplied by FWT; commissioned: 2018 Auctions participation: 2016 (80000 MWh) 2017 after 2017

Vortex Energy Polska sp. z o.o. Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: VPL Projects sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Adam Pantkowski, President of the Management Board Dr. Florian Leuthold, Vice President of the Managment Board Piotr Rudziński, Member of the Management Board Contact data: ul. Malczewskiego 26, 71612 Szczecin tel.: 91 431 53 – 80 91 431 53 – 80

Global headquarters: Germany Ownership: Vortex Energy Holding AG Company Profile: With a lead time of only two years vortex energy was able to connect 150 MW wind energy capacity to the Polish grid and to place itself on the top of the Polish wind energy market. With the setting up of own production capacities acquired so far, Vortex Energy completed its scope of services by successfully building up a department for the technical and commercial management of wind parks as well as electricity trading and balancing. Since 2006 Vortex Energy has realised Polish wind energy projects with a total capacity of over 300 MW and also actively participated in the PV market. Strategy in Poland: Projects in Poland: Gołdap/Wronki; capacity 48 MWs; Inowrocław; capacity 32 MWs; Dobrzyń; capacity 34 MWs; Śniatowo; capacity

30 MWs; Mogilno; capacity 34 MWs; Orneta 1; capacity 20 MWs; Mog 8; capacity 22 MWs; Sieradz; capacity 10 MWs; Radziejów; capacity 42 MWs; Jóźwin; capacity 25 MWs; Nieświastów; capacity 5 MWs. Auctions participation: 2016 2017 after 2017

Wento sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Wojciech P. Cetnarski, President of the Board (wojciech.cetnarski@wento.eu) Marcin Guzik, Member of the Board (marcin.guzik@wento.eu) Piotr Matwijów, Member of the Board (piotr.matwijow@wento.eu) Contact data: ul. Podwale 7, 00-252 Warszawa tel.: 22 395 65 80 www.wento.eu

Ownership: Enterprise Investors Company Profile: Wento is an investment company created by Enterprise Investors (a leading private equity fund manager in CEE). Enterprise Investors allocated 70 milion EUR from PEF VI Fund to investments through Wento in wind energy industry in Poland. Strategy in Poland: WENTO is investing mainly into medium size (20-100 MW) wind farm projects, where its equity used during the construction phase of a fully developed wind farm project, creating in this way tangible assets, which can be sold to strategic investors, such as local and foreign utilities, or financial investors, interested in holding of such assets for longer term.


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Top Management in Poland: Dror Nadam, Co-founder & Chief Engineer, Windflower Tsvika Hendler, Co-founder & CEO, Windflower Contact data: 11 Menachem Begin st., Ramat Gan 52681, Israel tel.: +972 3 377 0011

Top Management in Poland: Flemming Engelstoft, Partner (tel.: +45 20 827827, fe@windSpace.dk) Rune Blæsbjerg, Partner (tel.: +45 41 788858, rb@windspace.dk) Contact data: Al Jana Pawla II 27, 00-867 Warszawa tel.: +45 20 827827

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Company Profile: WindFlower Ltd. is a global investment house for small and medium scale wind projects, focusing on markets with supporting schemes for the wind energy sector. WindFlower is part of Sunflower Sustainable Investment Group, Israel’s largest investment house for renewable energy (traded on Tel Aviv Stock Exchange). Strategy in Poland: As of 2012, Sunflower, through its subsidiary Windflower, is active in the wind sector in Poland and has also begun developing wind farms in Finland in 2014. Since 2010, Sunflower has dramatically expanded its activity: the capacity of its Projects in MW and the investment in Projects were tripled (MW 29 to 81 and Million Euro 62 to 202) and the income from producing electricity is four times higher (Million NIS 29 to 116). Projects in Poland: Suchan; capacity 24 MWs Salarian ; capacity 6 MWs Miksztal; capacity 10 MWs Dzialdowo; capacity 4 MWs Grabik ; capacity 6.4 MWs

Global headquarters: Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark Ownership: WindSpace A/S Company Profile: WindSpace was founded in 2006 with the ambition to develop and offer the next generation of profitable wind park investment projects and to reveal the true potential of customized wind projects to a selected group of investors. Our key markets are Poland and Sweden. WindSpace has initiated and fully realized six wind park projects in Poland. Current investment projects under development in Poland and Sweden range from 6MW to 100MW in capacity Strategy in Poland: A majority of our wind parks are located in Central Poland, where the regional terrain offers good, stable wind resources.WS8, 6 MW; NIE K/S, Niestronno, 2 MW; RAD II, Radzanowo, 8 MW; BRO, Strzelno, 2 MW; SAN, Sanniki, 6 MW; WIT, Raciaz, 4 MW; GAB, Sanniki, 6 MW; CIO, Radzanowo, 2 MW. Auctions participation: 2016 2017 after 2017

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WindStrom Polska Energia Innowacyjna Sp.z o.o. Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: WindStrom Unternehmensgruppe Top Management in Poland: Joachim Mrotzek, Board Member Steffen Warneboldt, Board Member Contact data: Garbary 95/C71, 61-756 Poznań tel.: 61 824 51 10 www.windstrom.de

Global headquarters: Poland Ownership: WindStrom Unternehmensgruppe Company Profile: Development of wind farms. Strategy in Poland: Companies that belong to Group WindStrom design, build and operate wind farms since the early 90's in Germany and Europe - including WindStrom France, Italy, Poland and Bulgaria. Its area covers the technical and commercial management. Projects in Poland: Jarszewo

Windyfields Polska Sp z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Krzysztof Młynarz, Country Manager (tel.: +48 22 4884150, kmlynarz@windyfields.eu) Contact data: Bobrowiecka 1a, 00-728 Warszawa tel.: +48 22 4884150 www.windyfields.eu

Global headquarters: London, UK Ownership: Windyfields Holdings Ltd. Company Profile: Windyfields Holdings was founded in 2009. Our mission is to realize renewable energy projects that can


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eventually replace fossil fuel-based power plants. Windyfields Holdinga is an investment vehicle. Wind energy projects were chosen as the preferred technology, but solar and other renewable energy sources will also be assessed. Strategy in Poland: Our priority is on EU countries with a high reliance on fossil fuels while at the same time offering high wind regimes and above average tariffs. Northern Ireland and Poland fulfill these two criteria, and hence, we began our project development activities in these two locales. Projects in Poland: Witków; 15 turbines; commissioned: Planned 2018 Kamień; 8 turbines; commissioned: Planned 2018 Lipka; 19 turbines; commissioned: Planned 2019 Auctions participation: 2017 (51 MW) after 2017 (27, 2 MW)

wpd Polska sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Stefan Wallentin, Country Manager (s.wallentin@ wpd.de) Łukasz Łotocki, Development Director (l.lotocki@wpd-polska.pl) Contact data: Głogowska 31-33, Poznań, 60-702 tel.: 61 639 01 00 www.wpd-polska.pl

Global headquarters: Bremen, Germany Ownership: wpd europe GmbH Company Profile: wpd is a developer and financier of windfarms, photovoltaic and biogas projects around the world. The company has been active in Poland for

the past 4 years developing a substantial pipeline of project opportunities, initially as the largest shareholder and primary financer of a partner company and now as wpd Polska Corporation. Strategy in Poland: wpd focuses on all phases of projects, from early development through the acquisition of financing and from construction to operation. We are fully independent operator of wind parks such as in Germany, France and Croatia. wpd Polska sp. z o. o. is developing projects in full. Achievements on the Polish market includes the implementation of projects Słupca and Czyżewo with total capacity of 10.8 MW. Projects in Poland: Zespół Elektrowni Wiatrowych Koźmin (Koźmin Wielkopolski); capacity 4, 8 MW MWs; 3 turbines supplied by Enercon GmbH; commissioned: 10.12.2014 Zespół Elektrowni Wiatrowych Nowe Chrapowo (Nowe Chrapowo); capacity 5 MW MWs; 2 turbines supplied by GE Wind Energy GmbH; commissioned: 05.03.2015

WSB Parki Wiatrowe ul. T. Mikulskiego 5 52-420 Wrocław +48 71 37 16 205 www.wsb-parkiwiatrowe.pl

Ownership of the Polish company: WSB NEUE ENERGIEN HOLDING GmbH Location of global headquarters: GERMANY, Dresden Top Management in Poland: Stefan Hain, Prezes zarządu Juergen Matthaei, Wiceprezes zarządu Company Profile: The WSB Group offers complete and innovative solutions within the renewable energy market. From conception and project implementation to plant management, WSB actively develops attractive investment opportunities for investors and limited partners. . The WSB Group, headquartered in Dresden, has already taken its first steps abroad in 2001. Since then our employees in WSB’s subsidiaries in France, Italy, Poland, Romania and the Czech Republic have been getting involved in clean energy generation. Numerous implemented projects throughout Europe demonstrate the success of WSB Group and establish the basis for further expansion. More than 200 WSB employees are committed to working for clean energy throughout Europe. WSB is one of the largest providers of complete solutions in the area of wind energy and photovoltaics. Company WSB Parki Wiatrowe Sp. z o.o. is part of the WSB

Group operating on the Polish market. We develop environmentally friendly wind energy projects that strategically combine efficient energy production with responsible landscape designs. WSB Parki Wiatrowe develops promising investment sites enabling secure long-term returns.

YARD ENERGY Polska sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Alexander Aldert Roukens, President of Board Kevin Dijkers, Vice President of Board tel.: 725020659 Contact data: Storrady Świętosławy 1b, 71-602 Szczecin tel.: +48 91 813 67 08 www.yardenergy.com

Ownership: YARD ENERGY Development B.V Company Profile: At YARD ENERGY we’re involved in wind energy in the Netherlands, Belgium, Finland and Poland. We develop, finance and manage wind farms. With these services, we want to grow into one of the most successful multidisciplinary service providers in the Netherlands and beyond. During the next few years we will put all our energy into fulfilling that ambition. That gives us energy. And that drives us. Strategy in Poland: In Poland YARD ENERGY Polska holds a development portfolio over several hundred megawatts which will be constructed and operated in the coming years. Projects in Poland: Farma Wiatrowa Drawsko sp. z o.o. (Drawsko Pomorskie, Zachodniopomorskie); capacity 10 MWs; 4 turbines supplied by GE Wind Energy gmbh Farma Wiatrowa Siemyśl sp. z o.o. (Gościono i Siemyśl, Zachodniopomorskie); capacity 6 MWs; 3 turbines Farma Wiatrowa Kołobrzeg sp. z o.o. (Siemyśl, Zachodniopomorskie); capacity 21 MWs; 7 turbines Reńska Wieś (Opolskie); capacity 45 MWs; 15 turbines Kluczbork (Opolskie); capacity 45 MWs; 15 turbines Lewin Brazeski (Opolskie); capacity 45 MWs; 15 turbines Farma Wiatrowa Drawsko II sp. z o.o. (Drawsko Pomorskie, Zachodniopomorskie); capacity 5 MWs; 2 turbines Auctions participation: 2016 (31) 2017 (110) after 2017 (90)

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The List: Wind Developers/Owners Wind farms in Poland but without clear ownership (as of time of publication): Barcin Capacity .8 MW (1 turbines by Enercon) Biala Capacity .15 MW (1 turbines by Wind World) Biala Panienska Capacity .333 MW (1 turbines by Nordtank) Biala Panienska Capacity .3 MW (1 turbines by Enercon) Bogatka Capacity .9 MW (1 turbines by Neg Micon) Bogucice Capacity .6 MW (1 turbines by Dewind) Bukowsko-Nowotaniec Capacity 18 MW (9 turbines by Repower) Burzenin Capacity .45 MW (2 turbines by Vestas) Chwalowice Capacity .3 MW (1 turbines) Chwalowice Capacity .1 MW (1 turbines by Vestas) Cieleta Capacity .9 MW (4 turbines) Czyzewo Capacity 6 MW (3 turbines by Gamesa) Dabrowka Barcinska Capacity .9 MW (3 turbines by Tacke) Darzyno Capacity 12 MW (6 turbines by Enercon) Drogoslaw Capacity .8 MW (1 turbines) Gawlowice

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Capacity 41.4 MW (18 turbines by Siemens) Gniewino Capacity 8.4 MW Gniewkowiec Capacity 1.2 MW (2 turbines by Dewind) Gniezdzewo 2 Capacity 8 MW (4 turbines by Vestas) Granowo Capacity 14 MW (7 turbines by Gamesa) Hnatkowice-Orzechowce Capacity 12 MW (6 turbines by Gamesa) Karolew Capacity 1.7 MW (2 turbines by Vestas) Karscino Capacity 90 MW (60 turbines by Fuhrl채nder) Kartowice Capacity 1.5 MW (1 turbines by Vensys) Karwice Capacity 40 MW (16 turbines by GE Energy) Klonowo Capacity .45 MW Kobylnica Capacity 41.4 MW (18 turbines by Siemens) Konczewo Capacity 41.4 MW (18 turbines by Siemens) Koniecwald Capacity 18 MW (12 turbines by GE Energy) Korsze

Capacity 42 MW (21 turbines by Gamesa) Korytnica North Capacity 82.5 MW (25 turbines by Vestas) Kosinowo Capacity .6 MW (1 turbines by Tacke) Kozaki Goldap Capacity 2.4 MW (2 turbines by Vensys) Kozanki Wielkie Capacity 1 MW Kozmin Capacity 4 MW (2 turbines by Enercon) Kozmin Capacity .8 MW (1 turbines by Enercon) Kramsk Capacity .75 MW (1 turbines) Kwilcz Capacity .16 MW Lasin Capacity 2 MW (1 turbines by Vestas) Lesno Gorne Capacity .6 MW (1 turbines by Tacke) Losino Capacity 48 MW (24 turbines by Vestas) Lukaszow Capacity 34 MW (17 turbines by Vestas) Miedzierza Capacity 1.35 MW (6 turbines by HSW) Mielec Capacity .25 MW (1 turbines) Miksztal Capacity 10 MW (5 turbines by Vestas) Mlodocin Capacity .6 MW (1 turbines by Bonus) Mniow


The List: Wind Developers/Owners Capacity .4 MW (2 turbines by Vestas) Modlikowice Capacity 24 MW (12 turbines by Vestas) Mogilno Capacity 34 MW (17 turbines by Vestas) Niedzwiada Capacity 1 MW (2 turbines by Dencon) Nowogard Capacity .225 MW (1 turbines by Vestas) Nowy Staw Capacity 26.65 MW (13 turbines by Senvion) Nowy Staw Capacity 8.2 MW (4 turbines by Senvion) Nowy Staw Capacity 8.2 MW (4 turbines by Senvion) Nowy Staw Capacity 4.1 MW (2 turbines by Senvion) Odolanow Capacity 6.9 MW (3 turbines by Enercon) Odrzechowa Capacity 48 MW (24 turbines) Ostrow Wielkopolski Capacity 2.4 MW (3 turbines by Enercon) Paproc Capacity 5 MW (2 turbines by Fuhrl채nder) Pielgrzymka Capacity .15 MW Pluznica Capacity 1.6 MW (2 turbines by Enercon) Poblocie Male Capacity 13.5 MW Podgorz Capacity .75 MW (3 turbines by Dencon) Podzamek Golubski Capacity .8 MW (1 turbines by Enercon)

Radwanki-Morgonin Capacity 22 MW Radziejow Capacity .75 MW (5 turbines by Tacke) Rajgrod Capacity 25.3 MW (11 turbines by Siemens) Raszkow Capacity 3.2 MW (4 turbines by Enercon) Rembertow Capacity .25 MW (1 turbines by Lagerwey) Rozniatow Capacity 2.025 MW (9 turbines by Vestas) Ruda Lubieniecka Capacity 1.2 MW (2 turbines by Enercon) Rymanow Capacity 20.5 MW (10 turbines by Senvion) Rymanow Capacity 6.15 MW (3 turbines by Senvion) Rymanow Capacity 1.2 MW (2 turbines by Vestas) Rzezewo Capacity .3 MW (2 turbines) Sieniawa Capacity .6 MW Sikorowo Capacity 1.7 MW (2 turbines by Vestas) Skrobotowo Capacity 26 MW Slup Capacity .32 MW (2 turbines by Nowomag) Slupca Capacity 4 MW (2 turbines by Enercon) Slupca

Capacity .8 MW (1 turbines by Enercon) Solec Kujawski Capacity .6 MW (1 turbines by Enercon) Sosnowiec Capacity .32 MW (2 turbines by Nowomag) Starbienino Capacity .25 MW Stypulow Capacity 4.5 MW (3 turbines by Fuhrl채nder) Swarzewo Capacity 1.2 MW (2 turbines by Tacke) Szadek I Capacity 1.2 MW (1 turbines by Vensys) Szadek II Capacity 1 MW (1 turbines by Nordex) Sztum Capacity 14.5 MW Tarkowo Capacity 1.2 MW (2 turbines by Dewind) Trzcianka Capacity 4.1 MW (2 turbines by Senvion) Waldowo Capacity .9 MW (6 turbines by Nordtank) Waldowo Capacity .2 MW (1 turbines by Danwin) Wartkowo Capacity 4.1 MW (2 turbines by Senvion) Witkowko Capacity .15 MW (1 turbines by Nordtank) Wizajny Capacity .6 MW (6 turbines) Wroblik Szlachecki Capacity .32 MW (2 turbines) Wrocki Capacity .16 MW (1 turbines by Nowomag) Wronki A Capacity 48 MW (16 turbines by Vestas) Wyszyny Capacity 8 MW (4 turbines by Vestas) Zagorzyce Capacity .75 MW (1 turbines) Zensko Capacity 7.5 MW (3 turbines by GE Energy) Ziemiecin Capacity .6 MW (2 turbines by Enercon) Zlotowo Capacity 1 MW (2 turbines by Vestas)

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The List: Miscellaneous Services Providers Construction (and related services): ABB sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Paweł Łojszczyk, Managing Director - CEO (pawel.lojszczyk@pl.abb.com) Mirosław Mirosławski, Country CFO (miroslaw.miroslawski@pl.abb.com) Contact data: ul. Żegańska 1, 04-713 Warszawa tel.: +48 2222 3 7777 http://new.abb.com/pl

Company Profile: ABB is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility, industry, and transport and infrastructure customers to improve their performance while lowering environmental impact. The ABB Group of companies operates in roughly 100 countries and employs about 140, 000 people. Strategy in Wind Sector: As one of the largest independent suppliers of electrical components as well as a technology leader in connecting wind farms to the grid, ABB is key-enabler for the wind-industry. ABB helps customers along the complete valuechain to generate, connect, monitor and control power from wind farms as well as to maintain and optimize their systems.

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ACCIONA Energy Poland Global sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Andrzej Konarowski, CEO (tel.: 48660447055, magdalena.liberadzka@acciona.com) Contact data: Pańska 96/105, 00-837 Warszawa tel.: + 48 22 40 38 194 (195) www.acciona-energia.com

Company Profile: ACCIONA Energy is a global operator in renewable energies, and the biggest in the world in terms of clean energies not linked to conventional electric power generation companies. With more than 20 years’ experience in the sector, ACCIONA is present in the main renewable technologies, covering activities that, in the case of wind power, include the entire value chain: development, engineering and construction; the design, manufacture and supply of wind turbines; exploitation, operation and maintenance, and the marketing of energy. The company develops projects for itself and also puts its extensive experience in the sector at the service of third-party customers through EPC contracts (particularly in wind and photovoltaic power)

– and the provision of a wide range of services. Strategy in Wind Sector: With successful completion of the construction of the second stage of the Krobia I wind farm in December 2015 ACCIONA installed nominal capacity in Poland totalled 101 MW. ACCIONA aim is to strongly increase its presence in Poland in key business fields: (i) own investment, (ii) turbine sales (with already up and running 101 turbines) and (ii) O&M services. We are convinced that combination of a deep market know- how paired with a perfect turbine fit with rotor range from 100m to 132m positions ACCIONA as a key player in the Polish market. On top of these competencies we are followed by the strong appetite to grow with the overall goal of 250MW in operation by 2020. Projects in Poland: Krobia I Wind Farm - 63 MW, wielkopolskie voivodeship, Krobia and Poniec municipalities Krobia I Wind Farm - 63 MW, wielkopolskie voivodeship, Krobia and Poniec municipalities


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Aldesa Polska Contact data: ul. Postepu 18, 02-676 Warsaw tel.: 22 570 44 65 www.aldesa.pl

Global headquarters: Poland Company Profile: Building wind farms for various investor: Wiatrak sp. z o.o.; Energia dla Ciebie sp. z o.o.; PGE Energia Odnawialna S.A.; TAURON Ekoenergia sp. z o.o.; Towarzystwo Finansowo Kapitałowe KLIN Other activities: Construction and related services

CJR Polska sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Paulo Silva, General Manager (tel.: 48607713675, paulo.silva@cjr-renewables) Bartosz Sobolewski, Business Development Manager (tel.: 48533332653, bartosz. sobolewski@cjr-renewables.com) , tel.: 533332653, bartosz.sobolewski@ cjrwind.com Contact data: Cybernetyki 9, 02-677 Warsaw tel.: 48224171300 www.cjrwind.com

Company Profile: CJR Wind is an EPC/ BoP onshore wind construction company, performing civil, electrical and WTG installation works. In this business since

2002, it has offices in the UK, Portugal, Spain, Poland, Romania, LATAM and Germany. Currently we’ve performed more than 3300MW of wind farm construction works. Strategy in Wind Sector: CJR Wind’s strategy is focused on strictly complying with its core principles, namely; conforming to rigorous quality, H&S and environment standards whilst providing its clients with competitive prices and a high level of service. For CJR Wind, it is about much more than just accumulating MWs. In order to fulfill this strategy, CJR Wind prioritises internal organisation together with properly allocating its material and intellectual resources. Projects in Poland: Lotnisko WF 90MW, województwo pomorskie Lotnisko WF 90MW, województwo pomorskie Zagórów WF 5, 5MW, województwo wielkopolskie Brodnica WF 6MW, województwo kujawsko-pomorskie Parsówek WF 26MW, województwo zachodniopomorskie Budziechów WF 6, 4MW, województwo lubuskie Gizałki WF 36MW, województwo wielkopolskie Wróblew WF 38MW, Wróblew, woj. łódzkie Iłża WF 54MW, województwo mazowieckie Radziejów WF, 18MW, Radziejów, woj. kujawsko-pomorskie Myślino 20MW, województwo zachodniopomorskie Działdowo WF, 4MW, województwo warmińsko-mazurskie Jędrzychowice 26MW, województwo dolnośląskie Gostyń WF 33MW, województwo wielkopolskie Rymanów WF 26MW, województwo podkarpackie

Electrum sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Mirosław Popławski, Prezes Zarządu, Dyrektor Generalny Contact data: Watykańska 13, tel.: +48 85 664 73 73 www.electrum.pl

Company Profile: Electrum designs and delivers investment and technology projects for the energy industry and specialised engineering. Fully competent in engineering (energy, ICT, construction), consulting (value engineering,

risk management, legal counselling) and administration (project management). As a general contractor in EPCM contracts, we build and modernise energy (power plants), electricity (110/220/400 kV infrastructure) and industrial facilities. Our portfolio contains more than 700 MW of connected RES capacity and dozens of innovative technology projects in Poland and abroad. Strategy in Wind Sector: Electrum will take up ambitious projects in the wind sector in BoP and EPC formulas: construction designs, civil works, electrical works, WTG installation, Operation&Maintenance, in EU and Eastern European markets. Projects in Poland: Korytnica WF, Poland Korytnica WF, Poland Krywiatycze WF, Poland Topczykały WF, Poland Rajgród WF, Poland Gawłowice WF, Poland Skurpie FW, Poland Suchań WF, Poland Poniec WF, Poland Tyszowce WF, Poland

Elektromontaż Wschód sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Artur Łaszkiewicz, President of the Board (tel.: 85 717 17 17) Marcin Michalski, Marketing Director (michalski@elektromontazwschod.pl) Ireneusz Gołub, RSE Investment Manager (tel.: 695621167, golub@elektromontazwschod.pl) Contact data: Łyski 1A, 16-070 Choroszcz k. Białegostoku tel.: 85 7171717 www.elektromontazwschod.pl/

Company Profile: Elektromontaż Wschód sp. z o.o. is one of the leading electrical enterprises in north-eastern Poland. We have been on the electrical power market for over 20 years. One of the members of our Capital Group is Enspro. We offer the latest technical solutions and comprehensive services in: designing, executing, servicing of broadly defined facilities, high-, medium- and low-voltage electrical systems for power engineering, RES industry and so on. Strategy in Poland: We provide our services wherever our customers such as: Germany, Denmark, Norway, France, United Kingdom, Bylorussia, Russia, Ukraine and Canada. Projects in Poland: We are engaged in RES projects with a total capacity of over 200 MW

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IBERDROLA ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION POLAND sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Fernando Valverde Borja Garay Ibarreche Contact data: al. Niepodleglosci 69, Warszawa 02-626 tel.: 22 322 72 07 www.iberdrola.es

Company Profile: Iberdrola Engineering and Construction, part of the Spanish Group IBERDROLA, is specialized in the execution of wind farms as General Contructor. The scope of our services include design, procurement, construction and project management of wind farms and infrastructure assosiated. Strategy in Wind Sector: Iberdrola Engneering and Construction has been present in Poland since 2006. Over these years we have successfully executed over 500 MW in wind projects. Our services in Poland provide a full rage of engineering and construction activities, starting from feasibility studies up to complete commissioning of projects in the renewable energy sector. Projects in Poland: Szerzawy 10 MW Szerzawy 10 MW Marszewo I 80 MW Zopowy 30 MW Bystra 24 MW Korsze 70 MW Margonin I&II 120 MW and others.

MDI S.A. Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: PSW sp. z o.o. and MAKINVEST sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Grzegorz Sochacki, Chairman (biuro@mdisa.pl) Contact data: Al. Wyścigowa 6, 02-681 Warszawa tel.: 22 376 68 50 www.mdisa.pl

Company Profile: MDI specializes as the General Contractor or Project Management Company for wind farm projects and biogas. We manage the complex process of road works, construction, installation, delivery and installation, including the connection to the network and obtaining permission to use. Formula "Turn-Key" is the best for projects generating power in the range of 2-15 MW. Strategy in Poland: Projects include: Roby farm in Zachodniopomorskie with 5 Vestas turbines generating 4.25 MW commissioned in 2012; and Kłodkowo farm in Zachodniopomorskie with 4 Gamesa turbines generating 8 MW commissioned in 2013. Other activities: Construction and related services

PBDI S.A. Top Management in Poland: Jacek Leczkowski, CEO Roman Rubach, Member of the Board Piotr Gutowski, Commercial Director and Proxy (tel.: 661470340, piotr.gutowski@ pbdi.pl) Contact data: Wapienna 10, 87-100 tel.: 56 612 25 10 www.pbdi.pl

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eral Contractor. The scope of the Company services includes the design and construction of foundations, access roads, crane platforms as well as power engineering works (i.e. the design and construction of substations, MV and HV cable lines). PBDI has signed over thirty contracts for the construction of wind farms on the territory of Poland and completed them successfully. Strategy in Wind Sector: PBDI S.A. aims to extend and diversify its contract portfolio, at the same time ensuring sufficient profitability. The Company will continue to develop its competence with a view to increase revenues in all segments of business activity. Projects in Poland: 7, Vestas 7, Vestas 14MW Gawłowice I and II 21, Siemens 48, 3MW Sierzchowo 8, Senvion 16, 4MW Skurpie I and II 19, Siemens 43, 7MW Brudzewice 4, Vestas 8MW

TELE-FONIKA Kable S.A. Top Management in Poland: Monika Cupiał - Zgryzek, President Piotr Mirek, I Vice President Zbigniew Miazek, Vice President Contact data: Wielicka 114, 30-663, Krakow tel.: +48 12 652 50 00 www.tfkable.com

Company Profile: The Group TELE-FONIKA Kable S.A. is ranked in the forefront of the global cable industry, The Group is the third manufacturer of cables and wires in Europe with significant development potential, based entirely on Polish capital. Products manufactured in our plants are sold in over 80 countries. Our product assortment includes 25 thousand of cable types. The company combines the good traditions of the cable industry in Poland and innovative technical solutions. The Group TELE-FONIKA Kable currently consists of 8 commercial companies responsible for distribution of our products throughout the world, 6 production facilities (four located in Poland, one in Serbia and one in Ukraine) and the Waste


The List: Miscellaneous Services Providers experience is production of special cables specifically designed for wind energy sector. TELE-FONIKA Kable offers cables and wires of high and medium voltage, control cables, fiber optic cables (for data and information transfer), which are used in the construction and operation of offshore and onshore wind farms.

Total Wind PL Top Management in Poland: Søren Herman Pedersen, Managing Director (tel.: 48664118822, shp@totalwind.com) Michał Magda, Senior Project Manager (tel.: 48784498597, mim@totalwind.com) Adrian Hampel, Sales Manager (tel.: 48664311164, aah@totalwind.com) Contact data: ul. Żwirki i Wigury 9, 7-131 Koszalin tel.: 48943455077 www.totalwind.com

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Cable Recycling Plant located in Bukowno (Poland). Strategy in Wind Sector: TELE-FONIA Kable has over 20 years of

Company Profile: Total Wind is a company specialised in turnkey solutions within transportation, installation, service, maintenance and supply of spare parts for wind turbines – both onshore and offshore. Strategy in Wind Sector: The strategy of Total Wind is to continuously be the preferred provider in the global market within the wind industry of: •Transportation •Installation

•Commissioning •Service & Maintenance •Blade inspection & Repair •Spare Parts Projects in Poland: Radziejów 21x 2.0 MW-V90-105 HH 42, Kruszwica Radziejów 21x 2.0 MW-V90-105 HH 42, Kruszwica Ciółkowo 1x 2.0 MW-V90-105 HH, Płock Łasin 1x 3.0 MW-V112-94 HH, Grudziądz Wróblew 1x 2.0 MW-V90-105 HH, Sieradz Radzyń 12x 3.0, MW-V112-140 HH 36, Grudziądz Skoczykłody 12x 3.3 MW-V112-119 HH 39, 6, Rawa Mazowiecka Korytnica 25x 3.3-V126-117 HH 82, 5, Węgrów Kozielice 25x 2.0 MW-V100-125 HH 50, Szczecin Poturzyn 15x 2.0 MW-V100-95 HH 30, Tomaszów Lubelski Tomaszów 3x 2.0 MW-V100-95 HH 6, Tomaszów Lubelski Galicja 10x 2.5 MW-103 HH 25, Rzeszów Gorzyca 7x 2.5 MW-103 H 17, 5, Darłowo Darłowo IIIC (Starkowo) 14x 1.5 MW – 80 HH 21, Ustka Galicja II 17x 2.5 MW-103 HH 42, 5, Rzeszów

Finance/Banking: Axpo Polska sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Michael Waldner, Head Origination & Sales Central Eastern Europe (tel.: 41447494305, michael.waldner@axpo.com) Luca Pederetti, Head Origination Central Eastern Europe (tel.: 41447494508, luca. pederetti@axpo.com) Contact data: al. Jerozolimskie 123, 02017 Warszawa tel.: 22 452 53 00

and the vast experience in energy trading and energy risk management solutions brought from other markets to Poland.

Other Activities: Axpo, with its online platform Axpo Zielona Platforma offers solutions for sales of guarantees of origin

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Ownership/Company HQ: Axpo Holding AG Company Profile: Swiss-based Axpo Trading is the leading independent provider of customized off-take and hedging solutions for electricity and green certificates for wind farms and other renewable technologies. In Poland, customers with 800 MW in installed capacity trust in Axpo energy risk management capabilities to manage their assets. Strategy in Wind Sector: Customers benefit from Axpo's strong balance sheet

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Bank BGŻ BNP Paribas S.A. Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: 71 financed projects, mainly small and medium sized Top Management in Poland: Bartosz Urbaniak, Member of Management Board, Renewable Energy Sources, Agro&SME (bartosz.urbaniak@bgzbnpparibas.pl) Stephane Rodes, Vice President of Management Board, Corporate Banking (stephane.rodes@bgzbnpparibas.pl) Janusz Markowski, RES Expert, Corporate & SME Clients (tel.: (+48) 697 973 503, janusz.markowski@bgzbnpparibas.pl) Contact data: Kasprzaka 10/16, 01-211 Warsaw tel.: 228605499 http://www.bgzbnpparibas.pl

Ownership: BNP Paribas Group Company Profile: Bank BGŻ BNP Paribas is a universal bank, listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. The Bank offers savings and investment products and a wide range of loans to its individual customers, while businesses (micro enterprises, SMEs and corporations) are provided with solutions for financing operations on the Polish and international market. The Bank also offers its services to enterprises from the agriculture and food sector. It specializes in financing agriculture, food economy, renewable energy sources (RES) and regional infrastructure. Strategy in Poland: Since 2008 Bank BGŻ has been involved in RES (mainly wind) financing on Polish market. Bank is involved in small and medium sized wind projects. In 2015 Bank BGŻ was merged with BNP Paribas Polska S.A. As a result Bank BGŻ experience on Polish market is merged with European experience of BNPP Group in energy and infrastructure financing. BNPP Group dedicates €15BN in financing for renewable energy and reinforces its carbon risk management policies. BNPP Group will double financing in the renewable energy sector. Polish market is considered as one of the important markets for the BNPP Group. Auctions participation: 2016 2017 after 2017

BOŚ Eko Profit S.A. Top Management in Poland: Bartłomiej Pawlak, Prezes Zarządu (tel.: 22 850 85 90, bartlomiej.pawlak@bosbank.pl)

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Contact data: Żelazna 32, 00-832 Warszawa tel.: 228508590 www.bosekoprofit.pl

Company Profile: BOŚ Eko Profit S.A. is an investment and consulting company offering comprehensive services for entrepreneurs in three key areas: 1. Equity investments.Since 2011, the Company completed 4 investment projects that engaged BOŚ Eko Profit S.A.’s own contribution. Direct investments by BOŚ Eko Profit S.A. allowed completion of projects worth over PLN 200m. 2. Raising debt financing. 3. Process management, business and financial consulting. The BOŚ Eko Profit S.A. team structures the projects to ensure the optimum financing and execution formula. Strategy in Wind Sector: Until 2013 BOŚ Eko Profit S.A. cooperated in arranging the financing of renewable energy projects with the total capacity of approx. 60 MW, in 2014 – projects with the total capacity of approx. 100 MW, and in 2015 – projects with the total capacity of approx. 90 MW. Loans with a total amount of about PLN 2 billion were granted through the support of BOŚ Eko Profit S.A.

Caixabank, S.A. (Spółka Akcyjna) Oddział w Polsce Top Management in Poland: Juan Jose Marin, Director of the Branch (tel.: 48695844401, jjmarin@caixa.es) Joanna Matras, Deputy Director of the Branch (tel.: 48695844402, jmmatras@ caixabank.com) Michał Nitka, Senior Relationship Manager (tel.: 48695844412, mnitka@caixabank.com) Contact data: ul. Prosta 51, 00-838 Warszawa tel.: +48 (22) 306 12 06 www.lacaixa.pl

Ownership/Company HQ: Caixabank, S.A. Company Profile: CaixaBank is a financial group, leader within the Spanish market, comprising a banking and insurance business, as well as undertaking investments in international banks and in leading service sector companies. CaixaBank has the largest customer base in Spain – 14 million people. In Poland Caixabank is present since 2007 through an operating branch active in corporate financing, project finance and transactional banking and trade finance. Strategy in Wind Sector: Long term financing of wind projects on non-

receourse and limited receourse basis, including organisation, structuring, syndication and facility agent\'s roles in syndicated financing.

CEE Equity Partners Ltd Top Management in Poland: Dario Cipriani, Investment Director (d.cipriani@ cee-equity.com) Marek Czwienczek, Investment Manager (tel.: 48535393916, m.czwienczek@ceeequity.com) Contact data: ul. Grzybowska 5A, 00-132 Warsaw tel.: +48 22 564 5500 http://cee-equity.com/

Company Profile: CEE Equity Partners Ltd is the investment advisor for the China-CEE Fund with committed funds of $435 mln. The Fund was established by China Exim Bank in partnership with other institutional investors from the CEE region to capitalise on investment opportunities in CEE countries. The objective of the Fund is to identify and partner with dynamic businesses and together contribute to the vibrant growth of the CEE economies whilst providing good returns to the investors. Strategy in Wind Sector: We are looking for good commercial opportunities across the CEE region and, while we will always consider any type of interesting investment, we will be focusing particularly on four sectors: Infrastructure, Energy, Telecommunications and Specialised production. We will typically invest between $20 and $65 million in equity and can also help arrange debt financing, if appropriate, which will increase the deal size. Projects in Poland: Korytnica 82.5MW, Korytnica, Węgrów County, Mazowieckie Voivodeship Korytnica 82.5MW, Korytnica, Węgrów County, Mazowieckie Voivodeship Zopowy 30MW, Zopowy, Głubczyce County, Opolskie Voivodeship

Clean Energy Venture S.A. Top Management in Poland: Piotr Boliński, President Contact data: Al.Jana Pawła II 61 lok. 211, 01-031 Warsaw tel.: 22 838 19 33 www.cevsa.pl

Ownership: Spartan Capital S.A. Company Profile: Clean Energy Venture S.A. (CEV) is a specialist development and investment company, which invests in promising renewable energy markets


The List: Miscellaneous Services Providers (REM). CEV focuses on investments in high-profit projects such as wind farms and photovoltaic farms. It also makes investments in small- and medium-sized production and service companies from the clean technology sector (Cleantech). We provide financing or co-financing for wind farm projects from greenfield to the construction permit, as well as for other projects in the Cleantech sector and REM. Projects in Poland: Zachodniopomorskie; capacity 70 MW MWs

EnerCap Top Management in Poland: Jim Campion (jcampion@enercap.com) Contact data: Revolucni 1, 110 00, Praha 1 tel.: +420 227 316 222 www.enercap.com

Global headquarters: Czech Republic Company Profile: EnerCap Capital Partners specialises in private equity investments in clean energy projects across Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. EnerCap manages an extensive portfolio of investments in Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Croatia and the Czech Republic. This currently totals over 367 MW of project assets under management.

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EnerCap continues to source new investments across the region. Investor in GEO Renewables S.A. Strategy in Poland: Two funds with a CEE energy focus. Investor in GEO Renewables S.A. and the Scieki Wind Farm (22MW; 11 Vestas turbines) Projects in Poland: Ścieki Wind Farm - 22 MW

Enterprise Investors Top Management in Poland: Jacek Siwicki , President Robert Manz, Managing Partner Dariusz Prończuk , Managing Partner Contact data: ul. Emilii Plater 53, 29 floor, 00-113 Warsaw tel.: 22 458 86 88 evf@ei.com.pl

Global headquarters: Poland Company Profile: Enterprise Investors (EI) is a private equity and venture capital firm operating in Poland and Central and Eastern Europe, and invest in wind farms via subsidiary Wento.

mBank SA Top Management in Poland: Michał Popiołek, Head of Structured and Mezzanine Finance

Adriana Adamiak, Deputy Director, Head of Syndication Desk Contact data: Senatorska 18, 00-950 Warsaw tel.: 48 22 829 1597 mbank.pl

Company Profile: The mBank Group offers companies and individual customers a wide range of products and services to meet their financial needs. The offer is complemented by leasing, factoring and a full range of brokerage services. The Group comprises also the mortgage bank mBank Hipoteczny. Strategy in Wind Sector: Since 2010, mBank has been actively cooperating with investors operating on the renewable energy sources market (wind farms), however it co-financed the first project in 2002. In the period from 2010 mBank granted funding to 5 wind farms for a total installed power of around 324 MW. In 4 out of those 5 wind farms it held the role of a financing organizer, loan agent and a security agent. Since 2012, through ZBP, mBank has been actively participating in works on new regulations concerning renewable energy sources and is interested in developing this market in Poland. mBank is interested in financing these types of projects in Poland in an


The List: Miscellaneous Services Providers auction system, whereas the min. project size is 20 MW.

Mitsui Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: Mitsui & Co Japan is investor in J-Power Polska Contact data: 24 King William Street, London tel.: 44 (0) 207 822 0321 www.mitsui.com

Global headquarters: United Kingdom Company Profile: In 2007, Mitsui was established in the European market. Projects in Poland:

Zajączkowo (Zajączkowo); capacity 48 MWs Widzino (Widzino); capacity 42 MWs Advisory Partners: Cooperation with J-Power

Ventus Investments S.A. Top Management in Poland: Maciej Uciechowski, president of the management board (kontakt@ventussa.pl) Marek Tarnowski, supervisory board member Contact data: Wojska Polskiego 184B, 71-256 Szczecin tel.: 91 350 95 78

Company Profile: Ventus Investments is an investment holding company implementing wind power projects according to the distributed model (single windmill - one special purpose company). Holding allows a limited group of individual investors the ability to investment in relatively small amounts of advanced wind power projects in the framework of an effective and relatively safe investment model. This model combines the advantages of investments, and their significantly reduced risk of financing individual distributed projects, with the potential benefits of different build models of larger wind farms.

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O&M (Operations and Maintenance): Gamesa Company Profile: Gamesa in Poland operates in both wind turbine delivery, installation and operation and maintenance services and wind farm development and sales. Strategy in Poland: The company has installed a total of 625.4 MW in this market since it won its first contract in 2006.

Martifer Renewables Operation & Maintenance Sp. z o. o. Top Management in Poland: Antonio Castro, President of the Board Artur Violante, Vice-President of the Board tel.: 692780263 Contact data: Kurniki 4, 31-156 Kraków tel.: 126286625 www.martifer.com

Company Profile: Martifer Renewables O&M Sp. z o. o. zajmuje się zarządzaniem eksploatacją i utrzymaniem farm wiatrowych. Obecnie spółka zarządza projektami w Polsce i w Rumunii o wspólnej mocy bliskiej 300MW. Spółka ciągle się rozwija i jest gotowa świadczyć usługi nowym klientom.

Proxy Partners Sp z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Krzysztof Młynarz, CEO (tel.: 48510029480, km@ proxypartners.pl) Contact data: Bobrowiecka 1a, 00-728 Warszawa tel.: +22 488 4153 www.proxypartners.pl

Company Profile: Proxy Partners sp. z o.o. is providing administration and

operation management services for wind generation projects as well as financial and strategic consulting services in the renewable energy sector. Strategy in Poland: Proxy Partners sp. z o.o. aims at delivering highest quality service in area of project administration and day to day operations monitoring at a cost balanced to match the competitive nature of the renewable energy support scheme in Poland.

Strategy in Poland: - Delivered 211 due diligence projects totalling 28GW, including 28 projects in Eastern Europe; - Achieved planning consent for over 2, 900MWof wind energy production capacity; - Provides Asset Management services for 57 wind farms totalling 723MW - Delivered 411 energy resource assessments/reviews, on 20GW of projects, including 3GW worth in Poland.

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Top Management in Poland: Aleksandra Dziewulska, Country Manager (tel.: + 48 609 700 500, aleksandra.dziewulska@ windprospect.com) Mateusz Tylecki, Project Manager (tel.: + 48 516 362 933, mateusz.tylecki@windprospect.com) Wojciech Bućko, Project Engineer (tel.: + 48 510 294 061, wojciech.bucko@windprospect.com) Contact data: ul. Miła 6 lok B, 00-180 Warsaw tel.: + 48 609 700 500; + 48 22 498 17 70

Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: WSB Service GmbH, WSB Service Neue Energien, WSB Parki Wiatrowe sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Sebastian Cichowski, Managing Director (tel.: 734122746, s.cichowski@wsbservice.pl) Beata Komorowska (tel.: 664472390, b.komorowska@wsbservice.pl) Contact data: Legnicka 56, Wrocław 54204 tel.: +48 71 707 34 99; e-mail info@wsbservice.pl

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Global headquarters: Bristol UK Ownership: Wind Prospect Group Company Profile: Wind Prospect is a global energy business providing engineering, management and commercial advice throughout the wind farm lifecycle. Employing 190 expert staff with offices in Poland, UK, Ireland, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, France and South Africa. With more than 18 years experience in all aspects of wind farm design, permitting, construction, operation and commercialisation.

Company Profile: Wind park management, maintenance services, diagnostic services, technical management with cooperation partner WSB Service GmbH Projects in Poland: WP Lipniki; capacity 30.75 MWs; 15 turbines; commissioned: 2011 WP Taczalin; capacity 45 MWs; 22 turbines; commissioned: 2013

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The List: Miscellaneous Services Providers Consultancy: ADVICERO TAX sp. z o.o. Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: GREEN REAL ACCOUNTING sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: KATARZYNA KLIMKIEWICZ-DEPLANO, PARTNER, TAX ADVISER (tel.: 48602338215, KKLIMKIEWICZ@ADVICERO.EU) Contact data: UL. MONIUSZKI 1A, WARSZAWA 00-014 tel.: +48 22 378 17 10 WWW.ADVICERO.EU

Company Profile: Leading tax advisory for renewable energy, specializing in real estate tax issues, holding and financing structures, optimising fixed assets/registers, energy and certificates/sale, profit distribution. Strategy in Poland: Support for investors and developers in optimal tax planning of renewable energy investments. Advisory Partners: GREEN REAL ACCOUNTING sp. z o.o.; SOLIVAN

ADVISOR Rafał Augustyniak Top Management in Poland: Rafał Augustyniak, owner (tel.: 48502357048, rafal@augustyniak.biz.pl) tel.: 48502357048 Contact data: Akacjowa 4/107, tel.: 502357048 Ownership/Company HQ: private/ Poznań Company Profile: Negotiations and mediations with landlords and self-government. Legal and strategic support for investors in wind, PV and biomass projects. Complex advisory in investment/ infrastructure process. Other Activities: Business development, project development

Consus Carbon Engineering Top Management in Poland: Justyna Wysocka-Golec, President of Board (tel.: 48664781629, justyna.wysocka@carbonengineering.pl) Maciej Gomółka, Sales Director (tel.: 48698932448, maciej.gomolka@consus.eu) Contact data: Wasilewskiego 20/1, Kraków 30-305 tel.: 48123768243 www.carbonengineering.pl

Ownership/Company HQ: Consus Group Company Profile: Consus Carbon Engineering is a leading Polish advisory on projects related to European Climate and Energy Package. Main areas in activities

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are: consulting on environmental issues related to RES projects (including emission reduction projects, JI), advisory on EU ETS scheme, carbon footprint of RES projects and implementation of low-emission policies. Main regions of operation are Central and Eastern European Countries, Kazakhstan and Turkey. Strategy in Poland: Poland is one of the biggest market in CCE region when it comes to green business. For Consus Carbon Engineering development of lowemission economy in Poland is a matter of mayor importance. That is why most company's assets are focused on the Polish markets.

CUBE Engineering GmbH Contact data: Breitscheidstrasse 6, 34119 Kassel tel.: 4956128857310 http://www.cube-engineering.com

Ownership/Company HQ: Kassel Company Profile: CUBE Engineering GmbH, based in Germany, is one of the leading international consulting companies in the field of renewable energies. During the last 25 years CUBE specialists provided services for over 2, 500 projects throughout Europe and more than 4, 800 projects worldwide.CUBE is a DAkkSaccredited laboratory according to DIN EN ISO/IEC-Norm 17025 2005 in the field of Wind Site Assessment and has approximately 70 emloyees at three locations in Germany. Strategy in Poland: The portfolio of services includes management consulting (e.g. feasibility studies), wind assessments (e.g. field measurements, wind assessment reports), planning and project management (e.g. tendering and construction supervision), decentralized energy systems with electricity marketing (e.g. biogas, smart grids, wind-diesel- / island hybrid systems), environmental and solar assessments, electrical grids and education and training. Other Activities: The company is regularly involved in national and international research programmes to develop new products and advance the sector, which is still comparatively young.

DNV GL Top Management in Poland: Tomasz Olędzki, CEO (tel.: +48 58 511 5244, tomasz.oledzki@dnvgl.com)

Marek Roszak, Head of Section (tel.: +48 225201893, marek.roszak@dnvgl.com) Contact data: ul. Ogrodowa 58, Warszawa 00-876 tel.: +48 22 520 18 93 http://www.dnv.pl/

Ownership/Company HQ: DNV GL Company Profile: DNV GL delivers worldrenowned testing and advisory services to the energy value chain including renewables and energy efficiency. Our expertise spans onshore and offshore wind power, solar, conventional generation, transmission and distribution, smart grids, and sustainable energy use, as well as energy markets and regulations. Our 2, 500 energy experts support clients around the globe in delivering a safe, reliable, efficient, and sustainable energy supply. Strategy in Poland: While maintaining our leading position in advisory services related to new onshore and offshore wind capacity deployment in Poland, we aim at continuing to support our Clients with a wide range of services designed to optimize wind farm performance in the post-construction phase. Furthermore DNV GL\'s strategic objective is to bring the entire wealth of its global experience in the energy sector to Poland, assisitng its transition to a safer, more reliable and more sustainble energy supplies. Projects in Poland: Głuchów Wind Farm (2012), Głuchów Głuchów Wind Farm (2012), Głuchów Orla Wind Farm (2013), Orla 108 MW Wind Farm (2015), WND 42 MW Wind Farm (2015), WND 51.2 MW Wind Farm (2015), WND 67.5 MW Wind Farm (2015), WND 82.5 MW Wind Farm (2015), WND 34 MW Wind Farm (2015), WND 200 MW Wind Farm (2015), WND 6 MW Wind Farm (2014), WND 6.4 MW Wind Farm (2015), WND 100 MW Windfarm (2012), WND 6.4 MW Wind Farm (2015), WND 48 MW Wind Farm (2012), WND Other Activities: Apart from the Energy sector, DNV GL is also active in other areas: Maritime, Oil & Gas, Energy, Business Assurance and Software.

ECO CONSULTING Dariusz Balcer Top Management in Poland: Dariusz Balcer, owner (tel.: 48500268812, d.balcer@ ecoconsulting.com.pl) Contact data: Fieldorfa, Warsaw 03-984 www.ecoconsulting.com.pl


The List: Miscellaneous Services Providers Ownership/Company HQ: Dariusz Balcer Company Profile: Energy yield calculation, due diligence, estimation of the production, noise analysis, shadow flicker analysis, optimization and consulting in the field of renewable energy sources. Strategy in Poland: The development of renewable energy sources in Poland.

Eko-Efekt sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Andrzej Tuka, Prezes Zarządu, Owner (biuro@ ekoefekt.pl) Contact data: Modzelewskiego 58A/89, 00-855 Warszawa tel.: 22 8531193 www.ekoefekt.pl

Company Profile: Comprehensive assessment of the environmental impact for wind farms, other renewable energy installations, as well as industrial plants. Conducting environmental studies correctly. Conducting legal and environmental audits of wind projects. Consultancy in obtaining preferential financing renewable energy investments as well as other commercial projects and implemented by public authorities (based on measures OPIE, RPO, National Fund, WFOŚiGW, EEA and others). Comprehensive customer support in all areas related to environmental engineering. Other activities: Consultancy

Green Power Development sp. z o.o. sp. k. Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: GP Alfa sp. z o.o., GP Beta sp. z o.o., FW Gamma sp. z o.o., FW Delta sp. z o.o., FW Sigma sp. z o.o., FWAn sp. z o.o., FWBo sp. z o.o., FWBe sp. z o.o., FWFr sp. z o.o., FWSz sp. z o.o., FWWo sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Sławomir Spórna, President of the Board (tel.: (12) 412 01 41, office@green-power.com.pl) Zbigniew Kosiński, Vice President Adam Królikowski, Vice President Contact data: ul.Halicka 9, 31-036 Kraków tel.: (12) 412 01 41 www.green-power.com.pl

Company Profile: We offer a full-scale design work for wind farms and standalone turbines. We help to choose the correct location, we obtain all required permits and supervise the investment until the time of run. During our activities we aim to work closely with landowners, local and regional administration and power plants.

Strategy in Poland: Our activities are focused on Polish territory, but we are also open to cooperation with foreign partners. Projects in Poland: 13 projects completed in these voivods: (lubelskie, świętokrzyskie, małopolskie, podkarpackie and mazowieckie); capacity total capacity more than 400 MW MWs Advisory Partners: Development partner - Contino WInd Group; Von der Heyden Group

Green Project Development sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Urszula Picewicz, President of the Board (tel.: 22 380 31 60, u.picewicz@greenpd.pl) Contact data: ul. Marynarska 15, 02-674 Warsaw tel.: 22 380 31 60 www.greenpd.pl

Ownership: Green Project Development sp. z o.o. Company Profile: Green Project Development (GPD) is a highly experienced project management and consultancy company specialized in renewable energy. GPD develops, builds, operates and sales wind parks for its Clients as well as for its own. We develop projects from its “greenfield stage” until the commencement of the energy production, providing a wide range of legal, administrative, implementation and financial services throughout the whole process. Strategy in Poland: Activities of GPD are related to the completion of wind farm projects being currently at different stages of their investment processes (circa 100 MW) and further development of its own portfolio. The company is also interested in acquisition of wind projects in various stages of development and provision of subcontracting services. Other activities: Consultancy

Nowa Energia SA Suibsidiary firms specializing in Wind Energy: 3E sp. z o.o., JM Energia sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Marek Trepk, President of the Board Dariusz Rutkowski , Vice President of the Board Contact data: Wiczlińska 4, 81-578 Gdynia tel.: Tel/Fax 58 624 80 09 www.nowaenergiasa.pl

Global headquarters: Poland

Company Profile: We guide the investment process completely. We are a comprehensive solution form design of wind farms , by the selection of the right location , obtaining the required building permits , construction to the operation and management of the wind farm. Projects in Poland: Wałdowo - 1, 1 MW Wicko - 10 MW Subkowy - 8 MW Liniewo - 34 MW Tuchola - 6 MW Advisory Partners: Taiga Mistral; Norvento Polska sp. z o.o.; AES Wind Generation Other activities: Consultancy

Ramboll Polska Top Management in Poland: Krzysztof Jaworski, CEO (tel.: 601368150, krzj@ ramboll.com) Contact data: Mlynarska 48, 01-171 Warszawa tel.: 22 6310550 www.ramboll.pl

Ownership/Company HQ: Ramboll Denmark/Copenhagen Company Profile: Advisory and consultancy in development and implementation of onshore and offshore projects, . Services of Owners Engineer and Lenders Engineer. Due diligence services covering technical and environmental scope of works. Strategy in Poland: Participate in oncoming offshore projects.

SIGMA FINANCE spółka z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Anna Nazaruk, President (tel.: 695275407, nazaruk. sigma@gmail.com) Contact data: al 3-go maja 5/57, 00-401 Warszawa tel.: 22-2131954 www.sigmafinance.pl

Ownership/Company HQ: private Company Profile: It supports various actors in the preparation and implementation of investment projects , including in the field of renewable energy (wind power , photovoltaic) .

Taiga Mistral Top Management in Poland: Mikel Garay, Managing Director (tel.: + 48 668 282 993, mikel.garay@taigamistral.com) Contact data: Ca. Zarzuela 15, 28023 Madrid, Spain

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Ownership/Company HQ: Madrid, Spain Company Profile: Private Equity Fund investing in wind energy in Poland managed by Taiga Mistral Gestion SGECR. EUR 74 MM under management in Taiga Poland 1 fund. Direct investment into best wind farm projects Strategy in Poland: Acquiring high quality wind farm projects. Operating 3 wind farms 90 MWs in total. Developing 25 MW. Selling wind farms. Considering raising second fund for wind energy assets in Poland. Projects in Poland: 3E1 sp. z o.o., Pomeranian Voivodeship, Subkowy commune 3E1 sp. z o.o., Pomeranian Voivodeship, Subkowy commune Nowotna Farma Wiatrowa sp. z o.o., Pomeranian Voivodeship, Stegna commune and Nowy Dwór Gdański commune 3E1 sp. z o.o., Pomeranian Voivodeship, Subkowy commune 4, Gamesa G90 8 MW, June 2013 Nowotna Farma Wiatrowa sp. z o.o., Pomeranian Voivodeship, Stegna commune and Nowy Dwór Gdański commune 20, Vestas V110 40, March 2015

Tebodin Poland sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Valeria Ruda, Country Director Poland (tel.: +48 69 325 01 55, valeria.ruda@tebodin.com) Arkadiusz Łakomiec, Office Director Cracow and Poznan (tel.: 48693090136, arkadiusz.lakomiec@tebodin.com) Maciej Gwóźdź, Office Director Warsaw and Gdansk (tel.: +48 605 34 96 56, maciej. gwozdz@tebodin.com) Contact data: Aleje Jerozolimskie 134, 02-305 Warszawa tel.: +48 22 334 41 11 http://www.tebodin.bilfinger.com

Ownership/Company HQ: Tebodin BV Company Profile: Tebodin Poland, as the Polish branch of the international Tebodin B.V. Group, is one of the biggest consulting and engineering company in Poland. The company employs 300 Engineers, Designers, Project Managers and Construction Managers in our offices in Warsaw, Kraków, Poznań, Wrocław and Gdańsk. We provide services in the field of engineering, designing, value engineering and cost management. We represent the Investor during tender process for selec-

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tion of General Contractors, contractors for work’s packages; we manage construction sites as the Project Management and Construction Management, including technical supervision and cost management. Strategy in Poland: All services are provided by high-qualified engineers and specialists employed full time, who have the professional licences required by the law concerning independent performance of functions in the construction industry, including also expert licences. Other Activities: We ensure comprehensive investment services in a scope tailored to customer's needs. The full scope of services offered by Tebodin Poland covers: Consultancy services preceding implementation; Complex designing works: architecture, structure, internal installations; Verification, adaptation and authorization of foreign designs; Project Management including FIDIC standards; Construction Management; Investor Representation and Technical Supervision; Costs planning and control including Value Engineering; Due diligence; Tenders for General Contractor or subcontractors; Bank technical supervision and all traditional areas of engineering assistance consisting of analyses and assessments of technical and financial issues and legal regulations related to preparation and execution of construction investments.

TPA Horwath Sztuba Kaczmarek sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Wojciech Sztuba, Managing Partner (tel.: 48604966422, wojciech.sztuba@tpa-horwath.pl) Krzysztof Horodko, Managing Partner (tel.: 48603935516, krzysztof.horodko@ tpa-horwath.pl) Contact data: ul. Przyokopowa 33, Warsaw 01-208 tel.: +48 22 6479700 www.tpa-horwath.pl

Ownership/Company HQ: Polish Company Profile: We provide business, tax, accounting and financial advisory solutions for international and local investors in Poland. With 150 experts in 3 offices in Warsaw, Poznan and Katowice we belong to top 10 consulting firms in Poland. Our industry focus is energy and real estate. Strategy in Poland: We combine strong technical competence in areas such as transaction support, tax planning, accounting outsourcing and financial modelling with deep industry knowledge and

project experience. Our energy projects' track record encompasses both conventional power generators, grid operators and RES investors and developers. Other Activities: Recruitment and personnel advisory services. Hospitality consulting (under separate brand Horwath HTL).

Tractebel Engineering S.A. Top Management in Poland: Jolanta Opołka-Gądek, Deputy of Power Director, Proxy / Power Department (tel.: +48 660 53 55 90, jolanta.opolka-gadek@tractebel. engie.com) Paweł Mrowiński, Business Development Director (tel.: 48662299283, pawel.mrowinski@tractebel.engie.com) Contact data: Duleby Str. 5, 40-833 Katowice, Poland tel.: +48 32 358 88 88 www.tractebel-engie.com/offices/europe/polska/

Ownership/Company HQ: Tractebel Engineering S.A. BELGIUM Company Profile: Tractebel Engineering is a leading engineering-consulting company, which is a part of Energy Services Department, one of the main business lines of the international industrial group GDF SUEZ. Tractebel Engineering with its more than a century years of experience, has been providing engineering and consulting services in the field of energy, gas, industry and infrastructure. Innovative solutions provide added value to customers in the private and public sectors around the world. The company headquartered in Brussels has offices in over 30 countries and employs over 4 400 highly skilled staff. Strategy in Poland: Tractebel Engineering SA provides sustainable and innovative solutions for individual and corporate clients. In the energy sector the company is a reliable partner for operators of power plants, power plants and heating plants burning coal, gas and biomass as well as operators of distributed sources such as wind farms, sea and land. In the sector of water and gas offer is addressed to local governments and utility companies, water companies Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management, Environmental Protection Inspectorates, private companies, building national institutions, chemical plants and gas plants. Projects in Poland:  Contract Engineer for the construction of wind farm Zuromin with a capacity of 60 MW, POLAND


The List: Miscellaneous Services Providers  Contract Engineer for the construction of wind farm Zuromin with a capacity of 60 MW, POLAND  Contract Engineer for the construction of wind farm Jarogniew-Moltowo with a capacity of 20, 5 MW, POLAND  Contract Engineer for the construction of TAURON’s wind farm Marszewo II with a capacity of 18 MW, POLAND  Contract Engineer for the construction of wind farm Dabrowice with a capacity of 39 MW, POLAND  Vendor Due Diligence of Wind Assets of TAURON Ekoenergia, POLAND  Due Diligence and productivity of Wind Farms with a total capacity 1, 5 GW, POLAND Other Activities: Tractebel Engineering in Poland provides professional engineering and consulting services covering all phases of implementation of projects, from feasibility studies, location analysis, assistance in obtaining funding through the development of conceptual and design, to technical assistance for investors and acting as a contract engineer. The company’s experience also covers preparing and issuing of tender documents, economical studies and assessments, financial analyses, verification and planning of budgets.

wind projects. We are open to provide highest quality services for national and abroad investors present in Poland or considering entry to Poland. We think and act as asset Owner, thus we are able to provide best results to our Clients. Thanks to long-lasting presence in Poland we are able to find an appropriate wind projects for interested newcomers. Projects in Poland: 3E1 sp. z o.o., Pomeranian Voivodeship, Subkowy commune 3E1 sp. z o.o., Pomeranian Voivodeship, Subkowy commune Nowotna Farma Wiatrowa sp. z o.o., Pomeranian Voivodeship, Stegna commune and Nowy Dwór Gdański commune

Tundra Advisory sp. z o.o. Top Management in Poland: Grzegorz Skarżyński, Investment Director (tel.: 668606094, grzegorz.skarzynski@tundraadvisory.com) Adam Jaworski, Managing Director (tel.: 668283024, adam.jaworski@tundraadvisory.com) Contact data: Bonifraterska 17, 00-203 Warsaw tel.: 48 22 332 58 30 www.tundraadvisory.com

Ownership/Company HQ: Warsaw, Poland Company Profile: Full scope wind energy project management for Investors and advisory services. Development, permitting, financing, construction, operation. 115 MW of projects committed, 90 MW in operation, 25 MW in development. EUR 150 M of assets under management, EUR 125 M of project finance secured, EUR 15 M of subsides obtained, 10 people in 2 offices (Warsaw/Gdańsk). Strategy in Poland: Effectively manage wind projects entrusted by Clients with aim to maximise returns. Grow portfolio of assets under management by offering services to new entities. Offer new and innovatve solutions to existing and new

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Wind Farms Installed in 2015

Municipality (gmina)

Augustowo

Augustowo

podlaskie

bielski

Bielsk Podlaski

Baczyna (Lubno)

Lubno

lubuskie

gorzowski

Lubiszyn

Owner

Enea wytwarzanie

Biała Góra Białczyn

pomorskie

Biały Dwór Brodnica

Brodnica

kujawsko-pomorskie

brodnicki

Brodnica

Brudzewice

Brudzewice

zachodniopomorskie

stargardzki

Suchań

Budziechów

Budziechów

lubuskie

żarski

Jasień

ASAF

Gewind

3

2.00

6.00

Vestas

V90

6

2.35

14.10

Enercon

E-92

1

2.30

2.30

Enercon

E-82

3

2.00

6.00

Gamesa

G114

2

0.80

1.60

Enercon

E-53

3

2.00

6.00

Vestas

V90

8.00

Vestas

2

3.20

6.40

Senvion

2

2.00

4.00

Vestas

Chojnice

6.00

Vestas

Ciółkowo

2.00

Vestas

Chełmża

Darłowo-Ustka IIIc

Dąbrowice

łódzkie

kutnowski

1.50

16.00

GE Renewables 1.5-82.5

4

2.00

8.00

Enercon

13

2.75

35.75

GE Renewables 2.75-120

1

0.80

0.80

Enercon

4

2.50

10.00

GE Renewables 2.5-120

2

2.00

4.00

Enercon

Lewandpol

27

2.50

67.00

GE Renewables 2.5-103

Polenergia

3

2.30

6.90

Siemens

6.00

Vestas

GDF Suez

Długołęka Drawsko

KDE

Działoszyn Galicja I Gawłowice - etap 2

Gawłowice

kujawsko-pomorskie

grudziądzki

Radzyń Chełmiński

Gąbin Gizałki

46

Gizałki

pleszewski

Gizałki

E-82

E-53

E-82

Martifer

18

2.00

36.00

Senvion

Gorzyca

Invenergy

11

2.50

27.50

GE Renewables 2.5-120

Gorzyca

Invenergy

4

2.50

10.00

GE Renewables 2.5-103

Gościejew

1

0.80

0.80

Enercon

E-53

Granowiec

1

2.30

2.30

Enercon

E-92

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wielkopolskie

3.2M

14

Invenergy

Darżynko Dąbrowice

Turbine model

County (powiat)

Turbine manufacturer

Voivodeship

Wind farm capacity [MW]

Location

Power per turbine [MW]

Wind farm name

No. of turbines

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Jadwisin

Municipality (gmina)

Owner

dolnośląskie

3

2.00

6.00

Gamesa

G114

Jóźwin 1

Kleczew i Ślesin Vortex

1

2.50

2.50

GE Renewables 2.5-100

Jóźwin 2

Vortex

2

2.85

5.70

GE Renewables 2.85-103

Jóźwin 6

Vortex

6

2.85

17.10

GE Renewables 2.85-100

1

0.80

0.80

Enercon

Julianów Karwice

Karwice

Kisielice II Korytnica

Korytnica

Kowalewo

E-53

zachodniopomorskie

sławieński

Malechowo

PGE Energia Odnawialna

16

2.50

40.00

GE Renewables 2.5-100

warmińsko mazurskie/ pomorskie

iławski

Gardeja i Kisielice

PGE Energia Odnawialna

6

2.00

12.00

Gamesa

G90

mazowieckie

węgrowski

korytnica

GEO Renewables z CEE Equity Partners

25

3.30

82.50

Vestas

V126

2

2.00

4.00

Gamesa

G114

50.00

Vestas

3

2.30

6.90

Enercon

wielkopolskie

Kozielice Kukinia II

E-82

Wicko

PGE Energia Odnawialna

30

3.00

90.00

GE Renewables ECO 110

Michałów, Abramów

GEO Renewables z CEE Equity Partners

16

3.20

52.80

Vestas

Lubawa

6.00

Vestas

Lubawa II

1.80

Vestas

Łasin

3.00

Vestas

Łobez

4.00

Vestas

Lotnisko

Kopaniewo

Lubartów

Michałowo/ Abramowo

pomorskie

lęborski

Marszewo Marszewo etap II

Marszewo

zachodniopomorskie

sławieński

Postomino

Tauron Ekoenergia

Marszewo III Mikołajki Pomorskie

pomorskie

Mycielin

Mycielin

lubuskie

Nakło

Nakło n. Notecią kujawsko-pomorskie

Mikołajki Pomorskie

sztumski

Mikołajki Pomorskie

żagański

Niegosławice

nakielski

Namysłów

Zonda

1

0.33

0.33

Enercon

E-33

9

2.00

18.00

Vestas

V90 i V80

1

3.00

3.00

Enercon

E-115

5

3.00

15.00

Siemens

Polenergia

24

2.00

48.00

Vestas

V100

Windenerg

2

2.05

4.10

Senvion

MM92

Enern

5

2.00

10.00

Vestas

V100

2.00

Vestas

Niestronno Vortex

2

2.50

5.00

GE Renewables 2.5-120

Rwe Renewables Polska

14

2.00

28.00

Senvion

MM100

2

3.00

6.00

Enercon

E-115

Rwe Renewables Polska

7

2.40

16.80

Nordex

N117

C&C Wind

6

2.50

15.00

Nordex

6xN100/2500 R100

Nowy Dwór Gdański, Stegna

Taiga Mistral

20

2.00

40.00

Vestas

Nieświastów Nowy Staw etap 2

Nowy Staw

pomorskie

malborski

Nowy Staw

Oława Opalenica

48

Turbine model

County (powiat)

Turbine manufacturer

Voivodeship

Wind farm capacity [MW]

Location

Power per turbine [MW]

Wind farm name

No. of turbines

Wind Farms Installed in 2015

Opalenica

wielkopolskie

Orla II

podlaskie

Ostaszewo

pomorskie

nowotymski

Buk

Parsówek

Parsówek

zachodniopomorskie

gryfiński

Gryfino

ENERGA Wytwarzanie

13

2.00

26.00

Gamesa

Poniec II

Poniec

wielkopolskie

gostyński

Krobia, Poniec

Acciona

10

3.00

30.00

Acciona Windpower

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G90


Municipality (gmina)

Owner

Postolin Poturzyn Radziejów

Opatowice, Stary Radziejów, Stary Radziejów Wieś

radziejowski

Radziejów

Radziejów

Turbine model

County (powiat)

Turbine manufacturer

Voivodeship

Wind farm capacity [MW]

Location

Power per turbine [MW]

Wind farm name

No. of turbines

Wind Farms Installed in 2015

34.00

Vestas

30.00

Vestas

EDP Renewables

12

1.50

18.00

Acciona Windpower

ERG

21

2.00

42.00

Vestas

V90

Radzyń

Radzyń Chełmiński

kujawsko-pomorskie

grudziądzki

Radzyń Chełmiński

Green Bear

12

3.00

36.00

Vestas

V112

Resko II

Resko

zachodniopomorskie

łobeski

Łobez i Brzeźno

PGE Energia Odnawialna

38

2.00

76.00

Vestas

V100

4.00

Vestas

2.00

Senvion

14.00

Vestas

Rozental Roztoka

1

2.00

Rusiec Rzepin

Rzepin

EDF

MM100

29

2.00

58.00

Vestas

V100-2.0 MW

1

0.80

0.80

Enercon

E-53

8

2.05

16.40

Senvion

MM92

Skoczykłody

36.00

Vestas

Skokum

2.00

Vestas

Sieraków Sierzchowo

Sierzchowo

kujawsko-pomorskie

aleksandrowski

Waganiec

Skurpie

Skurpie k/ Działdowa

warmińskomazurskie

Polenergia

16

2.30

36.80

Siemens

Skurpie - etap 2

Skurpie k/ Działdowa

warmińskomazurskie

Polenergia

3

2.30

6.90

Siemens

26.00

Vestas

24.00

Gamesa

10.00

Vestas

14.00

Vestas

Tomaszów I & II

24.00

Vestas

Tuchola

6.00

Vestas

2.00

Enercon

Witkowo I&II

4.00

Vestas

Wróblew II

2.00

Vestas

Słupia

ERG

Suchań

zachodniopomorskie

12

2.00

Szerzawy Szydłowo

Szydłowo/słupsk

ERG

Warblewo

1

Wyszyny 2 A&B Zagórów

Geo Renewables

2.00

G97

E-82

4

1.80

7.20

Vestas

2

2.75

5.50

GE Renewables 2.75-120

12.00

Vestas

3.20

Enercon

Złotów Żałe

SWT-2.3-108

4

0.80

E-53

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