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Baltic Power has signed contracts for the manufacture, delivery and installation of the offshore substations and foundations for its wind farm project located in the Baltic Sea.

Monopile foundations for all infrastructure elements of the Baltic Power wind farm will be supplied by Steelwind Nordenham. Belgian fabrication company Smulders will be responsible for supplying the transition pieces, to join the foundations with the wind turbine generators. These specialist steel structures will also be partially manufactured at its facilities located in Poland. Baltic Power has entrusted the offshore transportation and installation of the foundation components to Van Oord. A consortium of Bladt Industries and Semco Maritime will be responsible for the engineering, procurement, fabrication and installation of the offshore substations.
The wind farm will be built some 23km off the shore, near Łeba and Choczewo, Poland. When completed in 2026, the Baltic Power offshore wind farm will be able to supply up to more than 1,5 million households with clean energy. The offshore wind farm is a joint venture project of the Orlen Group and Northland Power.
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