Up to 10,000 MW of off-shore wind power possible before 2030
October 12, 2012
Poland's firms could build between 6,000 MW and 10,000 MW of off-shore wind power in the Baltic Sea in the 2030 perspective, wind power lobby PSEW estimates.
The first off-shore wind power plant of several hundred MW in capacity may be constructed by 2019 at the earliest, according to PSEW's expert Jaroslaw Pole.
Some EUR 21 billion may flow through the Polish economy thanks to the construction of 6,000 MW of wind power capacity, the experts estimate.
PGE power group holds permits for construction of 3,500 MW, fuel group Orlen holds permits for 1,200 MW while Polenergia, owned by mogul Jan Kulczyk – 2,700 MW.