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PGE and Ørsted invite suppliers to talk about the needs related to the construction of Baltica Offshore Wind Farm


During the virtual meeting with suppliers on April 22, 2022 investors will present the progress of works related to the construction of the Baltica Offshore Wind Farm with connection infrastructure to the transmission system, including the scope and plan of tenders planned in the near future, as well as milestones of the investmen 

The transition of the Poland’s energy sector, especially with regards to development of the offshore wind sector, is a great opportunity for Polish companies. That is why we want as many Polish entrepreneurs as possible to get involved in the development of the largest and most promising offshore project in the Baltic Sea, which is the Baltica Offshore Wind Farm. Our last year's event for suppliers and subcontractors was attended by nearly 500 companies, of which nearly 400 were domestic firms. This proves the enormous potential of this project. We hope for a similar turnout success this time
says Wojciech Dąbrowski, President of the Management Board of PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna

The April meeting with contractors begins the series "Wind-driven Baltica 2+3 workshops - dialogue with suppliers".

We can see a huge interest in joining Baltica Offshore Wind Farm supply chain from both global players and Polish suppliers and sub-suppliers. During our dialogue with the market, we want to show the roadmap with recommendations and requirements showing how to become a part of success story of Baltica 2+3. We believe that that for many of smaller players who are not yet a part of global supply chain, cooperation on Baltica OWF could become a catalyst for growth. Based on this experience and living up to international standards in offshore wind sector, they will be capable to compete in tenders around the world and win them
Søren Westergaard Jensen, acting Managing Director of the Offshore in Ørsted Polska and Baltica 2+3 project director on behalf of Ørsted

Within the framework of the planned workshops, representatives of the investors will present, among others, the schedule of the investment and the ongoing and planned procurement procedures regarding the main components for the execution of the Offshore Wind Farm Baltica project, including connection infrastructure to the transmission system. The investors will also present the formal aspects of procurement in the JV Partners' proceedings, along with procedure schedules and tools used in the contracting process.

The workshops will be carried out online in the form of video transmission. The organizers encourage you to register and ask questions in advance and send them before the event using the online form, which is available on the dedicated tab

Applications will be accepted until April 20, 2022. A link to the online broadcast of the workshop will be posted 24 hours before the event on the   


More about PGE Capital Group

PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna is the largest power company and supplier of electricity and heat in Poland. Thanks to the combination of its own fuel and power generation resources and the ownership of distribution networks, PGE guarantees a safe and stable supply of electricity and heat to over 5 million customers. PGE Group's generation units generate nearly 40 per cent of electricity in Poland.  With a 10% share in the RES market in Poland. PGE Group is the largest domestic producer of electricity from renewable sources. The plan for the coming years is to further develop renewable energy sources – in particular based on wind and solar energy. PGE is a leader in changes in the Polish energy sector. In its strategy, PGE Group presented the Group's transformation plan and the path to decarbonisation of generation and announced the goal of achieving climate neutrality by 2050. PGE Group's investment plan includes the largest investments in offshore wind farms in the country. PGE Group's Offshore Program assumes the construction of the Baltica Offshore Wind Farm by 2030, implemented in two stages – Baltica 2 and Baltica 3, with a total installed capacity of up to 2.5 GW. Then, after 2030, the Baltica 1 Wind Power Plant with a total installed capacity of up to 2.5 GW will join the Group's portfolio. In line with its strategy by 2040 PGE Group will have up to approx. 6.5 GW of capacity in the Polish part of the Baltic Sea.


More about Ørsted

Ørsted's vision is a world based solely on renewable energy sources. The Danish-based company is present on several markets, including United States of America, several countries in Europe and Asia. Poland is one of the key markets for Ørsted, where the company has been operating for 10 years, currently employing nearly 300 people (over 6.6 thousand worldwide). The implementation of the Baltica Offshore Wind Farm with a total capacity of up to 2.5 GW in the Polish part of the Baltic Sea is in line with Ørsted's recently updated ambition to reach 30 GW in offshore wind energy by 2030. Ørsted, which has 30 years of experience in the implementation and development of offshore wind farms, currently has more than 12 GW of installed capacity in this technology worldwide. In addition to offshore wind farms, the company develops, builds and operates onshore wind farms, solar farms, energy storage and biopower plants, and supplies energy products to its customers. Ørsted was named the most sustainable energy company in the world in the 2021 Corporate Knights Index, which brings together the 100 most sustainable corporations in the world. Ørsted was also on cdP Climate Change A's list as a global leader in climate action. In 2020, the group's revenue was DKK 52.6 billion (EUR 7.1 billion).