Offshore wind boom brewing off Poland

The Polish system operator is ready for a massive expansion of the transmission network, which would allow space for 8 GW offshore wind, of which half could potentially be connected by 2027. The door to the onshore wind market has also slightly opened.

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After several years of complete standstill on the Polish wind market, things now look set to pick up.

CEO of the Polish system operator PSE, Eryk Klossowski, tells local newspaper Rzeczpospolita, that upwards of 8 GW offshore wind could be installed off the coast of Poland. The first half could even be operational by 2026-2017.

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