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State-controlled utility PGE Group and oil refiner PKN Orlen's understanding of their domestic market will be crucial if they are to be successful in developing their combined 3.7GW of offshore wind farms in the Baltic Sea.
Poland has huge potential for offshore wind in the Baltic Sea, with 10GW of capacity envisaged by 2040. During an economic congress in mid-May, officials from the country's energy ministry presented ways to develop its renewable-energy sources, with offshore wind highlighted as a key component.
Equinor has exercised an option to buy 50% of the Baltyk I early stage offshore wind project in the Baltic Sea being developed by Polenergia.
A search for a strategic partner to jointly develop up to 2,545MW of wind capacity in Poland's Baltic Sea has been launched by state-controlled energy group PGE.
POLAND: With costs coming down, a pre-existing supply chain and other sites being developed nearby, Poland is well placed to develop and build a large-scale offshore market.
POLAND: State-controlled energy group PGE has announced a takeover offer for independent firm Polenergia, a deal that would bolster its offshore wind pipeline in the country and add to its portfolio of onshore wind assets.
POLAND: State-owned transmission system operator (TSO) Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne (PSE) has said that as much as 8GW of capacity could be built off the Polish coast.
POLAND: Oil company PKN Orlen will seek companies to help prepare up-to 1.2GW of wind farms in the Baltic Sea, it has announced.
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