ADAMOW POWER PLANT
The Polsat Group provides a unique, industrial space for the Pątnów-Adamów-Konin Power Plant Complex. A great variety of landscapes, over 28 hectares of land, forests and water, and above all a unique industrial installation is the perfect place to make movies and tv series.
Both the buildings and the surrounding area around the former mine can serve as an inspiration for many artists. A great advantage of this place is its intimate and convenient location for any given project and the possibility of using natural outdoors and interiors. An ideal place to take photos for music videos and fashion sessions – there is no other place like this in Poland with such variety of installation available for movie and television crew.
Film crews are taken care by Maciej Łęczycki, tel. 608 002 303 e-mail: Leczycki.firstname.lastname@example.org
A little bit of history behind the investment.
Works related to the construction of the Adamów power plant began in September 1960 and were completed in March 1967. In February 1962, excavations for the main building of the power plant began, and the synchronization of the first turbine set took place in October 1964. The fifth and last turbine set was launched in September 1966. It was the shortest cycle of construction of a power plant in Poland with a block of over 100 MW at that time. In 1989, employment in the power plant was increased to 1352 people, including 137 women. At the beginning of 2018, the liquidation of the Adamów power plant began. It was caused by high costs of adjusting to the emission standards with the simultaneous depletion of coal deposits. The last operating block of the power plant was shut down on January 1, 2018 at 2.49.