Representatives of the Lithuanian Ministry of Energy informed during the international Electric City 2021 conference that the construction of an offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea is in high demand. Among the companies are TotalEnergies Renewables of France, Van Oord Offshore Wind of the Netherlands, Northland Power of Canada. BalticWind.EU was a partner of the event in Copenhagen.
As Lithuania prepares to build its first offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea, the project is attracting interest from TotalEnergies Renewables of France, Van Oord Offshore Wind of the Netherlands, Northland Power of Canada, as well as developers and industry representatives from other countries, according to Baltic news agency BNS.
– The opportunity to share news about plans and the upcoming choice of developer with the world’s largest wind industry representatives is very important, said Daiva Garbaliauskaitė, Deputy Minister of Energy, at the Electric City 2021 international conference in Denmark.
Vice-Minister and Virgilijus Poderys, director of the Lithuanian Energy Agency, also met with representatives of German RWE, Danish Orsted and Polish Orlen. Discussions have been held with the Danish company European Energy. Lithuanian companies such as state-controlled Ignitis Group and Achema Group are also interested in a future 700 megawatt wind project in the Baltic Sea.
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Source: BNS/15 Min