Polish petroleum giant Orlen plans to build Baltic wind farm

Polish petroleum giant reaches for a new sources of green energy

editor: REMIX NEWS
author: Forsal/PAP

PKN Orlen has confirmed that it has conducted months of research on wind and geological conditions for a planned wind farm off the coast of Poland and filed in July for environmental certification for a planned 323 square kilometers wind farm project.

Once the design stage is completed, a schedule for starting the investment will be agreed.

PKN Orlen has chosen a British company, Offshore Design Engineering Ltd, to prepare the technical and construction project for a wind farm that is to be built from 2024.

The British company has 20 years of experience in the implementation of such projects. It has finished projects that have generated 8 gigawatts of power in the United Kingdom, 3.3 gigawatts in the North Sea region and 2.6 gigawatts in other parts of the world.

The company will be involved in the transfer of know-how to its Polish partners as part of the project. The design work will include the location of the turbines, financial, insurance, construction, and scheduling plans.


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