Danish utility Ørsted has signed a letter of intent with Poland's largest privately owned energy firm, Ze Pak, to establish an equally owned joint venture that will bid on offshore wind licenses in the Polish Baltic Sea, Ørsted writes in a statement.
The two partners are to jointly partake in an upcoming auction for seabed lease in the Polish part of the Baltic, and should Ørsted and Ze Pak end up winning here, they will also submit bids in the coming auctions for offshore wind contracts for difference. These auctions are expected to be held in 2025 and 2027.
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