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Norway and Poland team up on offshore wind

Norwegian Offshore Wind partners with Polish cluster of Composite Technologies to strengthen the cooperation between Poland and Norway in Offshore wind.

Manager in Norwegian Offshore Wind Arvid Nesse speaking at conference on the Polish market during Wind Europe in Copenhagen this year Image: Norwegian Offshore Wind)Manager in Norwegian Offshore Wind Arvid Nesse speaking at conference on the Polish market during Wind Europe in Copenhagen this year Image: Norwegian Offshore Wind)

Together with Rosenberg Worley, Univsersity of Stavanger and Fundacja Partnerstwa Technologicznego, a research institute,  the clusters have received 250 000 EUR in funding from the EEA Grants to strengthen the bilateral links between Poland and Norway.

"Poland with its ambitious offshore wind objectives of 6GW capacity by 2030 and 11GW by 2040 is an attractive market for the Norwegian supply chains," says Caroline Whittle, who is in responsible for the Polish market in Norwegian Offshore Wind.

"That’s why we have established a dedicated Working group for the Polish market,  which will be our main platform for activities towards this exciting market," says Whittle.

The objective of the project is to strengthen the links along three dimensions: Cooperation between clusters, cooperations between research organisations and business-to-business cooperations.

Strategic activities in the project are delegation visits, signing of cooperation agreements between the counterparts and subsequently implementations of joint activities in Markets opportunities, research and innovation.

"The funding will secure a faster and stronger impact for Norwegian Offshore Wind and pave the way for a joint cooperation with our Polish counterparts. The projects will also build on the strong synergies between the Norwegian and Polish supply chain," says Whittle.

Knut Høiland in Rosenberg Worley sees a big potential in cooperating with Polish industry.

"Norway already has a very good cooperation with many Polish companies, and there is no reason not to continue this within the upcoming opportunities in renewable energy projects," says Høiland.

Rosenberg Worley is developing a concept for energy production from a floating installation offshore – Flex2power. This concept could be relevant for Poland and Polish industry.

Professor Muk Chen Ong at the University of Stavanger sees this project as an important milestone in strengthening the collaborative Research and Development (R&D) efforts and fostering innovative technology transfers between academia and industry.

"The collaboration involves Norwegian and Polish research institutions. These entities will leverage this opportunity to form a robust consortium capable of executing large-scale international research and innovation projects. Additionally, the project is geared towards enhancing public awareness regarding the green transition, environmental issues, and climate change challenges," says Ong.

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