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RWE receives environmental permit for a 350-MW wind farm in Polish seas

Last Updated on 08th January 2024

After gaining an environmental permit and selecting the port of Ustka as the operations and maintenance (O&M) base for the 350-MW F.E.W. Baltic II project in the Baltic Sea, German energy giant RWE AG is moving forward with the construction of its first offshore wind farm in Poland.


The approval was granted to RWE's Polish subsidiary Baltic Trade & Invest Sp. z o.o by the Regional Director for Environmental Protection in Szczecin, northwest Poland, following a two-year impact assessment procedure, according to RWE.


The wind farm will be developed near Ustka, and the city port will act as an operations and maintenance center for at least 25 years.


The Port of Ustka Authority has already signed a preliminary plot lease agreement, and the service station is planned to be finished by 2025.


The park's construction is planned to begin as early as 2024, once a final investment decision is made. The project will generate enough green electricity to meet the needs of about 350,000 Polish households.


In December 2020, RWE signed a grid connection agreement for the wind farm development, and in April 2021, the project received a contract for difference (CfD).


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