The ORLEN Group is consistently building its position as a strong multi-utility group relying on low- and zero-carbon energy generation sources. We want to be the leader in energy transition and one of the largest green energy producers in the region. The construction of an offshore wind farm is one of the projects underlying our transition.

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 3.3 GW, including 624 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 www.orlen.pl/orlen2030