The year 2016 caused turmoil in the renewable energy market with the adoption of the Law of May 20, 2016 on wind power investments (Journal of Laws 2016, item 961, i.e. Journal of Laws 2021, item 724), known as Law 10H or the Distance Law.
One of Ambiens’ values is development and learning. We periodically analyze milestones of ongoing projects, question existing practices looking for improvements, and observe the market and study public materials. One of the offshore wind farm projects under development encountered unexpected involvement from opponents, which is a precedent and may generate broader industry conclusions.
Tomek is a graduate of MBA at Oxford Brookes University and has completed the CIMA programme. He has worked for many years in financial management, process design and optimisation in multinational companies, playing an active role in achieving strategic and financial goals, as well as contributing to the development of people at all levels of the organisation.
Ambiens has been supporting charity for many years. Therefore, in this special year, the best in the 13-year history of our company, we have undoubtedly decided to share our success and donate some of the profit to help those in need.
Today Michał Kaczerowski, Ambiens CEO, has honour and pleasure to sign an Polish Offshore wind sector deal.
Many thanks and congratulations to Michał Kurtyka and his Team from Ministry of Climate and Environment. Special thanks also to leaders of working groups who faced combining everyday business activities with industry development.
Ambiens, MAG Offshore and Subnea have signed the agreement on cooperation in the field of environmental impact assessments implemented for Offshore projects in Poland and the Baltic Sea basin.
Ambiens, after 13 years of presence in wind energy, opens an office in Gdynia and develops the Offshore team responsible for strategic planning and supervision, permitting and relations with the client and key stakeholders.
Although green energy is recognised in a positive light from an environmental point of view, a careful analysis of its impact on nature is a crucial element in the development of new investments.
Biodiversity is the key word when carrying out such analyses, as its destruction directly and indirectly affects people – their health, life and economy.
Today we celebrate the international day of the harbour porpoise. It is a marine mammal, the only whale inhabiting the waters of the Baltic Sea. Along with the long-tailed duck, it is one of the key species analysed during environmental impact assessment and offshore wind farm design in Poland.
National Reconstruction Plan (NRP) in Poland is a complex development strategy program after Covid pandemic. It follows the Recovery and Resilience Facility – RRF and lists Energy as one of the main areas. The document approved by the Council of Ministers was sent to the European Commission.