Key characteristics

Situated in eastern Latvia, ca 140 km southeast of Riga, 260 MWp Project with an attractive insolation profile and additional 108 144 MW wind capacity.

The Project is located on a 1 849 ha total acreage with land lease payments at 930 EUR/ha for PV and 3 000  5 000 EUR/MW for wind, and with a lease term of 30 years.

The total internal interconnection cable length from PV plants and wind turbines to grid substation is 66 km and 113 km respectively SolWin 1 requires a new substation under an existing 110 kV grid line

Expected grid connection cost is ca 100 k EUR/MWp, while development CapEx (excl grid deposit) until RTB stage is planned at ca EUR 6 2 m EUR 2 8 m for solar and EUR 3 4 m for wind development

260 MWp of planned installed PV capacity

18 wind turbines at 6-8 MW capacity resulting in 108-144 MW planned installed wind capacity

304 GWh (PV) + 372 GWh (108 MW Wind) annual electricity production

Attractive economics of the Project

Already secured permit from MoE

ca. 200 kWh / m2 yearly in-plane irradiation

Dedicated team responsible for project delivery

Attractive financial profile


Permit from

Grid connection






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A substitution for fossil fuels that the world will not be imaginable without

The implementation of alternative sustainable fuels into everyday life will change the perception of infrastructure and transportation, also helping to reach carbon neutral goals together. PurpleGreen has thought about every part of this cycle.


The fundamentally necessary infrastructure to PurpleGreen value chain

Power grid network transmits the electricity produced by PurpleGreen projects:
A) For production of Hydrogen (H2);
B) Into batteries for storage;
C) For end use (households, production facilities, public infrastructure, transportation).


Works like a regular battery, but with much more power to it

With the implementation of batteries, grid network balancing and electricity trading is provided by PurpleGreen, expanding the range of our services.


Hydrogen (H2) in combination with Nitrogen (N2) produces Ammonia (NH3)

Ammonia (NH3) is used for end use (alternative fuel, production of fertilizers). Ammonia (NH3) can be transported through EU H2 pipeline or cargo ship for further destinations, as well as transported with cargo trucks to nearest H2 stations.


From electrolysis process Hydrogen (H2) is produced

We use agricultural land plots for installing solar and wind farms. Land plots left out are used for agricultural purposes. With PurpleGreen projects, landowners and farmers get paid for land lease as well as harvested products.

Produced electricity is:
A) transmitted to grid network;
B) stored in to batteries, later transmitted to grid network;
C) in combination with added water used for electrolysis process.


From electrolysis process Hydrogen (H2) is produced

Hydrogen (H2) can be transported through EU H2 pipeline or Provaris H2 cargo ship for further destinations, as well as transported with cargo trucks to nearest H2 stations.