Source: PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna
The Polish company of the Danish consulting, engineering and design group Ramboll together with the Polish design office Projmors (Technology Group ASE) will prepare a construction project for both stages of the Baltica Offshore Wind Farm. Baltica 2 and Baltica 3. will be implemented jointly by Ørsted and the PGE Group. The contractor will also be responsible for the preparation of documentation and obtaining a building permit for the offshore part of the Baltica OWF project.
– We are pleased that we have commissioned an experienced consortium to work on one of the most important parts of the Baltica 2 + 3 project, says Søren Westergaard Jensen, project director of the Baltica Offshore Wind Farm on behalf of Ørsted.
We are pleased that the consortium includes a design office from Gdańsk, which proves that Polish companies are actively using the opportunities to join the development of offshore wind energy in Poland, says Wojciech Dąbrowski, president of the management board of PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna.
Projmors has been operating since 1948. It is a member of the ASE Technology Group, which is a member of the Baltic Sea and Space Cluster. ASE Technology Group is the coordinator of BALTIC GREENTECH HUB
PROJMORS is one of the oldest design offices in Poland. We specialize in hydrotechnical design, including offshore wind power engineering, industrial, public and military design. Projmors clients include almost all offshore wind energy investors in Poland, global project offices, ports, shipyards, maritime offices, as well as the military, police and organizations managing the country’s defense infrastructure and NATO infrastructure.
Projmors office is where tradition meets modernity. The company has a team of highly experienced designers, as well as young engineers full of energy and passion for innovation. PROJMORS has provided services in multiple locations around the world. Projmors we have international offices in India and Nigeria.
The task of the design consortium is to prepare design documentation for the foundations of turbines, internal cables and power stations at sea. The consortium is to obtain a building permit and prepare a technical design for the Baltica Sea Wind Farm. The deadline for the project is the third quarter of 2023.
Baltica 3 with a capacity of up to 1045.5 MW will be put into operation in 2026. The next stage, that is Baltica 2 with a capacity of up to 1498 MW, will be included in the power grid in 2027.