Impact of energy prices on business

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  • Energy prices have increased significantly in the last 2 years, according to quotations on the Polish Power Exchange, the monthly index TGeBASE_WAvg (PLN/MWh) amounted to PLN 262.81/MWh in January 2021, PLN 666.90/MWh in January 2022, and in the record-breaking August 2022 it amounted to PLN 1,390.76/MWh.
  • There are many reasons for the increase in energy prices, such as: the war in Ukraine, the increase in coal prices, increased demand for energy after the pandemic, high prices of natural gas and the cost of CO2 emission allowances.
  • For the year 2023, the government has prepared a support program for micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises.
  • Micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises can pay a fixed electricity price of PLN 785/MWh for at least 13 months from December 1, 2022 to December 31, 2023.
  • In the case of SMEs that signed an electricity sales agreement (or a comprehensive agreement) providing for a rate higher than PLN 785/MWh after February 23, 2022, the rate of PLN 785/MWh will also apply retroactively, for the period until 30 November 2022.
  • Will this support program continue in the coming years? We don´t know that. Therefore, it is worth preparing now for the scenario of no government support in the coming years.
  • Large entities are not supported.

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  • A private photovoltaic power plant is an ideal solution for companies for which electricity costs significantly affect the company´s results. In companies, high energy costs persisting over a longer period, e.g. over the next few years, may cause a significant deterioration of the company´s competitiveness or even pose a threat to the company´s existence.
  • We invite large companies that are not eligible for this government support to invest in the construction of their own power plants, including the possibility of building photovoltaic power plants for many locations.
  • We recommend our own photovoltaic power plant for companies that have financial surpluses and want to spend them on an investment that ensures savings in the costs of consumed energy, improving their results.
  • Our PV farms are dedicated to companies that decide to join the global decarbonisation trend through solutions that reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions into the atmosphere.

Cooperation model

  • To meet the needs of companies from energy-intensive industries, which struggle with high electricity prices on a daily basis, we offer the possibility of commissioning the service of preparing full documentation necessary to build your own photovoltaic farm. In addition, based on our experience, we provide support in the process of building a photovoltaic farm as a substitute investor.
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  • Based on your individual consumption profile, we will present the design of our own photovoltaic farm, which will optimally reduce your electricity costs. The investment will produce a generation source that, when optimally matched to the consumption profile, will cover up to 80% of the energy demand in your company.
  • Photovoltaic power plants are environmentally friendly because they use cheap and emission-free technology to generate energy from the sun. Photovoltaic power plants enjoy a good image, but above all, they generate long-term high savings, with the highest level of reliability and investment security.

Project development

  • As part of the cooperation, Sunvest will analyse the electricity consumption in your company and, based on your development plans, determine the energy demand in subsequent periods. We will then present you with a model of our own PV farm based on this analysis, tailored specifically to your needs.
  • Our comprehensive service consists of the following stages:
    • Analysis of the Investor´s needs,
    • The concept of your own PV farm,
    • Selection of the location for the project (if your company does not have its own land to build a PV farm) and obtaining the land rights,
    • Obtaining an environmental decision,
    • Obtaining a decision on development conditions (if there is no Local Spatial Development Plan),
    • Obtaining connection conditions for the PV farm,
    • Signing the contract for connecting it to the power grid.

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Implementation of the project

    • Preparation of the construction design and obtaining the building permit,
    • Agreeing on the connection route to the plant/company,
    • Selection of the general contractor for the construction of the PV farm,
    • Agreeing the farm project with the distribution network operator,
    • Investor supervision over the construction of the photovoltaic farm,
    • Determining the conditions for the sale of surplus electricity,
    • Final acceptance of the installation,
    • Launching your own PV farm.