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Poland to get factory for offshore wind towers in Gdansk

GRI Renewable Industries (GRI) and the Polish Industrial Development Agency (ARP) have formed a joint venture to build a new offshore wind tower factory in the Polish city of Gdansk.

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Together, they plan to invest about 200 million euros to start production in 2025. This will create 400 jobs. The planned investment will respond to the growing demand for wind turbine towers and the dynamic development of the offshore wind energy market in Poland and the rest of Europe, which will significantly increase the participation of Polish companies and Spanish company GRI in the supply chain for the construction of offshore wind farms in the Baltic Sea.

“We are very proud to participate in this major wind energy project towards sustainability and carbon neutrality. This joint venture will create a world leader in the offshore market which is becoming more and more demanding year after year” concluded Jon Riberas Executive Chairman of GRI.

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Mateusz Berger, Government Plenipotentiary for Strategic Energy Infrastructure., said: “Poland has been creating a supply chain in the offshore wind sector for several years. Offshore wind turbines will be manufactured in our country and in this way we involve domestic companies as co-manufacturers and create an offshore wind ecosystem. Working with an experienced partner like GRI allows us to expand our production and service facilities”. He adds that “this agreement also incorporates future maintenance of offshore wind farm technology in the Baltic Sea. The whole process is in line with the developing energy transition policy, which emphasises the benefits and importance of a zero-emission offshore wind sector.”

As part of the investment, an offshore tower production hall will be built on Ostrów Island in Gdansk, with direct access to the jetty, capable of producing towers for the planned largest wind turbines with a capacity of over 14 MW. The facility will have the capacity to manufacture more than 200 offshore towers per year.

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