The ORLEN Group, which owns Baltic Power, is the largest fuel and energy company in Central Europe. We operate in six markets: Poland, the Czech Republic, Germany, Lithuania, Slovakia and Canada. Our power generation assets have a total capacity of 3.4 GW, including 649 MW in renewable energy sources. We plan to use the investment in offshore wind power generation – one of the key facets of the ORLEN2030 strategy – to become the energy transition leader in our region. The ORLEN Group aims to become a net zero carbon business by 2050.
Over the coming decade, the ORLEN Group will spend a total of PLN 47bn on low- and zero-carbon energy generation sources. The Group will focus primarily on offshore and onshore wind power generation and photovoltaic projects. By 2030, we plan to hold a portfolio of renewable energy sources with a total capacity of 2.5 GW (calculated according to ORLEN Group shares). Zero-carbon energy generation sources will be supported by cutting-edge low-emission gas sources.
The Group’s energy assets include: 58 renewable-energy power plants, mainly across the hydro, solar PV and onshore wind farm segments. The wind power segment comprises 10 farms with a total installed capacity of 353 MW. In addition, the ORLEN Group has two cutting-edge CCGT units, located in Płock and Włocławek, as well as the Płock CHP plant – the largest autoproducer CHP plant in Poland and one of the largest in Europe. The Company also has an extensive network of transmission lines with a total length of approximately 200,000 kilometres, which ensures continuous electricity supply to approximately 3 million customers.
For details of the ORLEN2030 strategy, go to orlen.pl