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Via its Polish subsidiary Baltic Trade & Invest, RWE Renewables has received a positive decision by the regional Director for Environmental Protection in Szczecin. This decision specifies the environmental conditions for the realisation of the F.E.W. Baltic II offshore wind farm, which will be located in the Polish Baltic Sea, near the city of Ustka and has a planned capacity of 350MW.
It was the first Environmental Impact Assessment for a Polish offshore wind project, which has been assessed under a cross-border procedure (ESPOO convention), with participation of Danish and Swedish stakeholders. The whole Environmental Impact Assessment campaign for the offshore wind farm site took two years. Subject to the final investment decision, construction works could commence as early as 2024.
For the operation and maintenance of its F.E.W. Baltic II project RWE has chosen the Port of Ustka. and a corresponding Preliminary Plot Lease Agreement was signed with the Port of Ustka Authority. It is expected that the service station will be ready by 2025, working initially with two crew transfer vessels. RWE plans to serve its wind farm for at least 25-30 years from this port.
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