Wednesday, November 30, 2022
The Baltic Power Offshore Wind Farm (OWF) is a project under development, located in the Polish Exclusive Economic Zone in the Baltic Sea. The offshore location license covers a total area of approximately 131 km2 and the buildable area available for installation of OWF components is approximately 100 km2. Offshore export cable route is located in Polish Exclusive Economic Zone, Baltic Territorial Sea and Internal Waters. Onshore part of the project is located in Choczewo Commune, Starosty of Wejherowo. Onshore export cable lines are located within the Choczewo Forest.
Friday, October 21, 2022
More than 400 people from 215 companies met at the Baltic Power Supply Chain Meeting 2022 in Sopot. The third edition of the Baltic Power conference focused on the key suppliers, who presented the scopes of the planned works, the schedules for their execution and the areas in which they are looking for Polish suppliers. The construction of the Baltic Power farm is planned for 2024 - 2026, and the participation of Polish companies in the project is estimated at around 25% over the entire life cycle of the farm.
Thursday, October 13, 2022
Poland’s first installation terminal to be located in Świnoujście and a turbine factory to be built by Vestas in Szczecin are two new investment projects now afoot in connection with the Baltic Power offshore wind farm. The joint venture project between the ORLEN Group and Northland Power will require 76 state-of-the-art 15 MW turbines from Vestas, whose components will be manufactured at the supplier’s new assembly factory in Szczecin. The turbine factory, to be manned by a staff of up to 700, is scheduled for completion in 2024, while the ORLEN Group’s installation terminal at the Port of Świnoujście will commence operations in 2025.
ABOUT THE PROJECT
The Baltic Power offshore wind farm is an essential element of transformation of the ORLEN Group and a milestone in the development of the Polish power sector. As soon as in 2024, we will start the construction of an up to 1.2 GW offshore wind farm, expected to ultimately supply clean electricity to even a million households in Poland.
FOR THE LOCAL COMMUNITIES
Offshore wind power generation is an opportunity for a civilization change and transformation of the Polish economy. It can also provide a growth stimulus for the regions where clean, green technologies will be implemented. Experts estimate that in 2030 over 30% of energy generated in Poland will come from renewable sources, mainly offshore wind farms. Their potential in the Polish zone of the Baltic Sea is estimated at 11 GW.
We are looking for suppliers
Companies interested in cooperating within the supply chain for the Baltic Power project are invited to register via a dedicated form:
Offshore wind power generation in the Baltic Sea presents an opportunity to build a new branch of the economy. Its development requires a strong and efficient supply chain. Large investment projects in the sector will drive the growth of hundreds of businesses and create thousands of well-paid jobs.
Development of the Baltic Power offshore wind farm is a joint venture project of two experienced companies: PKN ORLEN (Poland) and Northland Power (Canada). Under the partnership agreement signed in 2021, the companies will jointly carry out the construction of the 1.2 GW offshore wind farm at the Baltic Sea.
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Address of Baltic Power main office:
ul. Bielańska 12
00-085 Warsaw, Poland
Address of Baltic Power office in Gdynia:
ul. Tadeusza Wendy 15
81-341 Gdynia, Poland
Baltic Power – registration details
Baltic Power spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością, with its registered office at ul. Bielańska 12, 00-085 Warsaw, Poland, entered in the National Court Register maintained by the District Court in Warsaw, 12th Commercial Division, under KRS No. 400905
Tax Identification Number (NIP): 52-72-668-625
Share capital: PLN 600,000.