The official inauguration of two investments by Solaris Bus & Coach’s new Warehouse Hall and an innovative Charging Park for e-vehicles, took place on 29 September 2022. Both the Warehouse Hall and the Charging Park have been built directly on the premises of the factory in Bolechowo near Poznań, where the company’s headquarters are located. The new Warehouse Hall has a surface area of 10,000 square meters. The Hall is equipped with a modern multi-level warehouse platform with an automated conveyor belt. Almost 25% of the total space of the Warehouse has been dedicated to office and social space. Advanced systems for smoke detection have been installed throughout the facility, and the equipment used in the new Warehouse has been fitted with special acoustic panels to dampen the noise generated by daily operations. The new warehouse facility has a reinforced roof, with 572 photovoltaic cells with a total capacity of 260 kWp installed on it. In addition, 80 kWp charging stations have been erected on the site. There are also plans to retrofit, among other buildings, the Delivery Hall and the new Service Workshop with photovoltaic panels, as well as to install photovoltaic cells on the parking shelters. The Charging Park is an innovative, multi-bay charging station for battery-powered e-buses, hydrogen buses and trolleybuses. The Charging Park consists of eight charging bays, pantograph mechanisms, plug-in charging stations, a section of the trolleybus network, an interactive kiosk with an LCD screen and a technical room. This is the first charging park supporting the Vehicle-to-Grid functionality in Poland, i. e. a bidirectional energy flow between vehicles and the grid. This technology makes it possible to flexibly charge and discharge buses. It allows to discharge buses for test purposes and to use them as mobile energy storage facilities, which leads to more effective cost management. Covering an area of 5,000 square metersthe Charging Park boasts cutting-edge charging systems produced by three suppliers Medcom, Ekoenergetyka and ABB. The first charging system consists of two independent plug-in chargers with a power output of 150 kW, each featuring V2G. The second system deployed in the Charging Park is an innovative charger with eight charging points (with a power output ranging from 150 kW to 600 kW) that can charge three vehicles at the same time. This charging station is fitted with current collectors compatible with all pantograph types used by Solaris (a roof-mounted pantograph, an inverted pantograph, and a Ride&Charge system). In addition, the charger boasts three solutions for cable charging. The first one is a liquid-cooled plug-in HPC connector that enables the vehicle to be recharged with an output of up to 300 kW. With the two other charging connectors, buses can be charged with an output of up to 150 kW. The last charging system in the Park is based on a charger with four charging points with a total power output of 360 kW, which enables the concurrent charging of two buses each with up to 150 kW, or it will enable the charging of one bus with a power output of up to 360 kW in the near future (only via pantographs). It supports two plug-in outlets, a roof-mounted pantograph and an inverted one. As with the Warehouse Hall, the Charging Park features photovoltaic panels, which will increase the share of renewable energy to satisfy the daily energy demands of the entire factory.