The Ustka Sea Port Authority signed a preliminary land lease agreement with RWE Renewables for the service base for offshore wind farms on Thursday, a city council spokeswoman said. Ustka Eliza Myrdal.
In the first stage of operation, the service base will support the project marine farm The 350 MW FEW Baltic II center is located In the Polish exclusive economic zone of the Baltic Sea.
Preliminary agreement between the Ustka Port Authority and RWE Renewable Energy Sources It also assumes the service of potential future farms implemented by the company in the Polish-Baltic Economic Zone.
According to Mordal, the base will initially be in operation for at least 25-30 years, starting in 2025.
“In the first phase, two CTV-class vessels will be used on an ongoing basis to support the construction process of the farm and the initial period of its operation. Ultimately, the investment will generate about 50 full-time jobs. It will be implemented with a high percentage of so-called local content in the construction and exploitation phase”- stated in the statement journalist.
Moreover, the Ustka authorities are in talks with RWE Renewables about solutions that “will allow the investor to support the local community and the economy in the long term”.
Mordal indicated that the details of this cooperation will be presented during the conclusion of the final agreement.
According to the assumptions, the FEW Baltic II wind farm, which will be built on an area of about 41 square kilometers, at a distance of about 50 kilometers from the shore and at a depth of 30-50 meters under water, will provide electricity to about 350 thousand households.
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