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  • EASTERN EUROPE

    In February 2021, GRS’ market analysis focusses on the two eastern European countries Poland and Lithuania which may be considered early stage offshore wind markets. However and according to the individual project pipeline of upcoming offshore wind projects, chances are high both markets will provide several business opportunities in the offshore renewables industry, whereas first site investigations and research works are already underway.

    Poland
    • In January 2021 the Offshore Wind Act that regulates the development of Offshore Wind Projects in Poland was signed into law
    • According to the Offshore Wind Act in total 10.9 GW of Offshore Wind capacity should be either operational or within development stage until 2027
    • In June 2021 the Offshore Wind Act foresees to provide in total a capacity of 5.9 GW of Offshore Wind power in the format of Contracts for difference for the projects considered most advanced in their individual development phase. Such projects may enter construction phase most likely from 2024 / 2025
    • It seems the maximum price tag related to aforementioned projects could be capped to approx. 67 €/MWh
    • The remaining 5 GW capacity will be split equally thus auctioned half in 2025 and half in 2027

    Lithuania
    • The Lithuanian government sees the offshore wind industry as one important contributing factor to further increase local national power generation as well as to increase the local renewable energies. Therefore a draft concerning the regulation of offshore wind project development within a contract for difference approach is currently under preparation.
    • In 2020 it was reported the tender for the ownership and for the development of the first offshore wind farm will take place in 2023
    • This first project will include a capacity of up to 700MW to produce approx. 2.5 – 3 TWh / year which would cover approx. 25% of Lithuania’s electricity consumption
    • The anticipated operational start of aforementioned project would be around the year 2030

  • PREVIEW 2021 EUROPEAN NORTH SEA
  • PREVIEW 2021 EUROPEAN BALTIC SEA
  • PREVIEW 2021 APAC REGION
  • PREVIEW 2021 USA
  • PREVIEW 2021 SOUTH AMERICA
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  • Offshore Wind Capacities in the APAC Region
  • Offshore Wind Capacities in Scandinavia
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