Lerta secures PLN 21M contract and records five-fold growth of business
- During the main auction for 2026, Lerta secured capacity contracts worth nearly PLN 21 million net.
- The company’s Demand Side Response units (DSR) contracted 52 MW of the annual capacity obligation at the price of PLN 400.39/kW/year.
- Today, the company aggregates almost 100 industrial consumers with a total reduction capacity of over 50 MW, an increase of 400% y/y.
Lerta, the European Virtual Power Plant operator is expanding its portfolio of contracts for the supply of energy flexibility within the Polish capacity market. New contracts with a record value of over PLN 400,000 per MW/year strengthen Lerta’s position as one of the leading aggregators operating in Poland.
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Lerta is a company that develops modern energy services. The company helps consumers and producers of energy effectively manage its production and consumption, and thanks to the automation of supply and demand control, additionally monetize the possibility of adjusting the operation of assets to the market requirements in real time. Lerta’s actions help minimize the carbon footprint, increase green energy production and protect the planet. In 2016, Lerta was named one of the 30 best young energy and technology companies in the world by experts and investors from the Silicon Valley. In 2017, the company completed the prestigious MIT Enterprise Forum Poland acceleration program, and in 2018 PGE Ventures (belonging to Polska Grupa Energetyczna) and ValueTech Seed invested in it. Since 2019 Lerta is one of the DSR aggregators operating on the Polish market and the only one independent of state-owned energy groups. In 2020 the company took over Power Block – a competitive aggregator with contracts on the Capacity Market, and the group of investors was joined by the Photon Energy Group, listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. Since 2021, the Company has been authorized to trade electricity in Poland, the Czech Republic, Romania and Hungary.