Join NORWEPs webinar to hear more about availability of Wind Turbine Installation Vessels (WTIV), Foundation Installation Vessels (FIV), Cable Laying Vessels (CLV), Service & Operation Vessels (SOV) and Crew Transfer Vessels (CTV) regarding OW development in Poland and the Baltic region and vessel availability until 2030 seen form a Baltic Sea and Polish perspective.
Poland’s offshore wind target for 2030 is almost 11 GW. The first stage of this development was started by 5 developers that have been awarded CfD-s for 5,9 GW. In the second stage two auctions, in 2025 and 2027, are planned for 2,5 GW each. The first electricity from the Polish OW farms is expected in 2026.
To enable such a vast growth a well-functioning supply chain is a must, and this includes vessels such as Wind Turbine Installation Vessels (WTIV), Foundation Installation Vessels (FIV), Cable Laying Vessels (CLV), Service & Operation Vessels (SOV) and Crew Transfer Vessels (CTV) that will be available for installation and service purposes.
An analysis of the demand and supply of such vessels has been performed and published in the form of a report. This is an opportunity to hear from and meet Tim van der Swaan, one of the authors of the report – Offshore wind vessel availability until 2030: Baltic Sea and Polish perspective. The webinar will present the key findings regarding vessel availability in the context of the development of the OW sector in Poland and the Baltic region.
NORWEP together with the Norwegian Embassy in Poland were one of the contributors together with other stakeholders to this report.
Don’t miss the opportunity to tune in and hear about the key findings in the report. It will also be an opportunity to ask questions directly to the author.
- Opening words
Jørgen Brandt Theodorsen, Director Wind, Norwegian Energy Partners
- Norway and Poland – important partners in the green transition
Anders Eide, Norway’s Ambassador to Poland
- The development of OW in Poland
Ewa Kwast, Energy Advisor, Norwegian Energy Partners
- Availability of vessels for OW – Poland and the Baltic Sea perspective
Tim van der Swaan, Blix
Moderated by Jørgen Brandt Theodorsen, Norwegian Energy Partners
Price: NORWEP partner: Free / Non-member: NOK 800,-(+VAT)