Construction of wind farms in the Baltic is about to begin. Pomeranian Governor Dariusz Drelich today issued the first three construction permit decisions for Baltic Power.
The permits are for three tasks related to the construction of offshore wind farms with a total capacity of 1,200 MW and the infrastructure associated with these farms. Tasks include:
– Construction of two substations in the Baltic Sea
– construction of an electricity and telecommunications network connecting offshore wind turbines and transformer substations of transformer stations
– Construction of 76 offshore wind turbines in the Baltic Sea.
All these investments are part of the project Offshore Wind Farm Complex with a maximum total capacity of 1200 MW and technical, measurement, research and service infrastructure related to the preparation, execution and operation stages (“Baltic Power OWF”).
Source: Pomeranian Voivodship Office in Gdansk