Polish project put to the public

In: Windfarms
Equinor and Polenergia have launched a virtual consultation for the OWF Bałtyk III offshore wind farm in Poland. The exhibition enables all stakeholders to get acquainted with the project design as well as transparency on the process of obtaining permits and environmental impact assessment procedures.

The project is a 50/50 joint venture between Equinor and Polenergia. Equinor acts as an operator in the development, construction and operation phases. Polenergia is responsible for obtaining all permits and managing national affairs related to the development of the project.

OWF Bałtyk III will have a capacity of 720 MW. The developers hope to obtain building permits in 2023 and start producing green electricity in 2026 with the potential to power more than 2 million Polish households.

The project is being developed alongside the 720 MW OWF Bałtyk II project. Equinor and Polenergia also hold shares in the OWF Bałtyk I project with a planned capacity of 1,560 MW. The Baltyk wind farm area is in the Baltic Sea approximately 27 and 40 km from the port in Łeba, with water depths of 25-35 meters.

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