About Justyna Koć

Graduate in Political Sciences at SWPS University, with a specialisation in World Regions. She also completed postgraduate studies in Corporate Communication at the University of Warsaw. She has been professionally involved with Polskie Radio, Eurozet Group and Dziennik newspaper. She has also worked with the 360 Creativeharder Agency.
9 02, 2023

Offshore wind energy is not a sprint, but a marathon


Key challenges for offshore wind energy in the Baltic Sea in 2023 were the topic of a webinar hosted by BalticWind.EU. Offshore industry experts from the Baltic countries of our region discussed what actions should be taken next year, summed up the last one and discussed key actions for the effective development of the industry. [...]

4 01, 2023

COP27 – climate disappointment of 2022, though with hopes of accelerating RES development

By |January 4th, 2023|OFFSHORE, OPINIONS|

As part of our summary of the past year, we present the voices of the industry and international institutions on one of the key events that was the COP27 climate summit. Undoubtedly, the global implementation process of the Paris Agreement is one of the keys for decarbonization and the development of renewable energy sources, including [...]

18 11, 2022

WindEurope: EU countries’ offshore spatial plans will allow the generation of 220 GW of offshore wind power


EU countries have earmarked around 52,000 km2 for wind energy development, as shown in WindEurope's analysis of offshore spatial plans. Such an area, if fully utilized, will allow the installation of 220 GW of wind power. Among the leaders are Belgium and Germany, which together want to allocate 15% of their territorial waters for wind [...]

17 11, 2022

Lucas Bryk: Neopolia shows how to integrate and strengthen regional resources for offshore wind development

By |November 17th, 2022|OFFSHORE, OPINIONS|

Poland's offshore wind power industry, while thriving, is still at an early stage of development. The Polish Energy Policy until 2040, adopted last year, assumes that offshore wind farms will be one of the foundations of a new, zero-carbon energy sector in Poland. This process requires a clear and long-term strategy, cooperation and partnership with [...]

10 10, 2022

Baltic Windustry: business and science coming together to build offshore in Poland

By |October 10th, 2022|OFFSHORE, POLAND|

Opportunities and benefits of cooperation between universities and the offshore wind industry was the main theme of the Baltic Windustry Conference, which was held on 8 September 2022 in Gdansk, Poland. The main focus of the meeting organized by the Offshore Wind Energy Center of Gdańsk University of Technology and the Polish Wind Energy Association [...]

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