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    Powering Poland’s Future: Siemens Gamesa Secures Major Offshore Wind Contracts in the Baltic Sea

    Siemens Gamesa has secured major contracts to supply offshore wind turbines for Equinor and Polenergia projects in the Baltic Sea, marking a significant milestone in Poland’s renewable energy journey. The agreements, finalized for the Baltic II and III wind farms, demonstrate a strong commitment to sustainable energy production, with 100 state-of-the-art turbines set to power over two million Polish households.

    At the core of these projects are the SG 14-236 DD turbines, Siemens Gamesa’s largest offshore turbines yet, boasting a capacity of 14.4 MW each. These turbines are poised to efficiently generate clean energy, contributing to Poland’s energy security and the nation’s transition towards green energy.

    Dr. Michał Michalski, CEO of Polenergia S.A., highlighted the importance of these turbines in advancing offshore wind energy in Poland, aiming to integrate them into the national grid by 2027. The contracts cover the entire turbine lifecycle, ensuring seamless operations for years to come, following meticulous planning and execution.

    Michał Jerzy Kołodziejczyk, CEO of Equinor in Poland, emphasized the transformative impact of these projects on Poland’s energy landscape, underscoring the goal of providing clean, stable renewable energy to millions of Polish households.

    In addition to Baltic II and III, Equinor and Polenergia are driving forward the Baltic I project, collectively contributing to Poland’s energy transition. These initiatives, with a total capacity of up to 3 GW, are set to become cornerstones of Poland’s sustainable energy production, delivering tangible benefits to the nation.

    To engage local communities, the “Baltic Offshore Wind Farms Information Center” has been established in Łeba, offering insights into these groundbreaking initiatives. This collaborative effort underscores the broader societal impact of renewable energy projects and signals Poland’s commitment to a greener future.

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