In a landmark development, Signify will power its Polish operations with wind generated renewable electricity for the next ten years
Driving 200 kilometers north of Warsaw, towards the small village of Kisielice, the Polish landscape is dotted with the occasional church or farm. That is, until you see the field of towering wind turbines turning in the sky. These 21 turbines belong to the Kisielice wind farm, which generates around 92 Gigawatt hours per year – the carbon output equivalent of 23,000 cars annually. It’s a sign of things to come.