PGE and Ørsted have jointly selected a consortium of Geoquip Marine and MEWO S.A. to perform a geotechnical investigation of the ground conditions. The project work, which has just commenced, is being carried out for the Baltica Offshore Wind Farm to be developed in two phases - Baltica 2 and Baltica 3 with a total capacity of up to 2.5 GW. The results obtained during the preliminary research and investigation will be used to select the most optimal solutions for the location of wind turbines and transformer stations in the offshore investment area.
The special purpose vehicle of the Polska Grupa Energetyczna SA – PGE Baltica, the company responsible for the construction of offshore wind farms in the Baltic Sea, organizes an information meeting for the potential contractors in public proceedings for the preparation of the indirect geotechnical campaign. The meeting will be held in the form of a teleconference on the 15th of February at 11:00 am CET.
PGE Baltica, the company responsible for the implementation of the Grupa Kapitałowa PGE’s Offshore Program, conducted an information workshop for potential suppliers of products and services during the Suppliers Day. The event, which was held in the form of an online live broadcast, gathered several hundred participants. The vast majority of them were representatives of Polish companies.
On the 14th of December 2020, at 1 pm CET, PGE Baltica will conduct workshops for suppliers of products and services who are interested in cooperation with PGE Baltica and special purpose vehicles - Wind Farms: Baltica 3, Baltica 2, and Baltica 1. The event will be held in the form of the live broadcast
In November 2020, PGE Baltica signed a contract with Ordtek Limited. The purpose of the cooperation is to perform the so-called UXO strategy (English: unexploded ordnance). The strategy will define the methodology of dealing with the potential risk related to the presence of UXO in the sea areas where the Baltica-2 and Baltica-3 wind farms will be built. It is another step into the implementation of the PGE’s Offshore Program, which aims to achieve 6.5 GW of installed capacity in offshore wind farms by 2040.