Norwegian vitality group Equinor ASA (NYSE:EQNR) mentioned on Tuesday it has employed Polish structure agency B-CA to design its future operations and upkeep (O&M) base for offshore wind on the Baltic port of Leba.
The bottom can have a quay for mooring vessels, a distant management centre for offshore farms, a warehouse and workplace area. The structure of the buildings will match into the native port panorama, Equinor defined. Its building will begin on the flip of 2023 and 2024 and be accomplished on the finish of 2025.
Equinor acquired the location on the port of Leba in 2021 to function a service port for its Baltic Sea offshore wind farms. Along with its Polish three way partnership accomplice Polenergia, it’s creating the Baltyk III, Baltyk II and Baltyk I offshore wind initiatives. The proximity of Leba to their areas will optimise security and operation prices.
Baltyk III and Batyk II, with a mixed potential capability of 1.44 GW, have already been awarded contracts for distinction (CfD) by Poland’s vitality regulator. Their building might start in 2024, Equinor mentioned earlier.
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