Licence Application No. 38 Offshore Wind Farm

Failed Proposal
630.15 MW Capacity
01 Aug 2013: August 2013 Poland Strategy Update: Between late 2011 and Q2 2013, nearly 70 applications have been received by the Ministry for Transport, Construction and Marine Economy (where competing applications have been lodged and a decision has been made, only the successful application has been entered into the 4C database). According to competition regulations the details of project coordinates, ownership and capacity of each application are protected as trade secrets and have not been disclosed. However, through cross referencing of available information some details can be derived. Main developers active in the Polish offshore wind market include Kulczyk Investments with five sites and 1.2 GW of Grid Connection, PGE with three sites and 1GW of grid connection. Others include Orlen, DEME, Adam Śmiarkowski and Generpol Seapower Invest. Polish press reports suggest that Spain’s Iberdrola has failed to secure a positive 'location decision' for its applications due to objections from the Ministries of National Defence and Environment, and that Portugal’s EDP Renewables have also exited.
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