The New Year is a time for reflection and resolutions. Ambiens is mainly about people, but today we will focus on numbers. The analysis of Ambiens’ involvement in the past year, as well as in all of its activities to date, comes out very positively.
Environmental impact assessment is one of the key stages in the development of any offshore wind farm. However, today in Poland, for the 11 projects in phase II, it takes on special significance. It is the environmental decision that is to be one of the 3 key passes to the CfD auction, among the 9 required by the Offshore Act.
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.
The Partners in the offshore wind market have completed an advisory project for an OWF in the Baltic Sea. A key task was a permitting strategy that included an environmental impact assessment, taking into account the status of remaining milestones in the early stages of development.
Ambiens takes another step forward and after 14 years of operation in Poland, it is expanding its involvement joining WindEurope, the largest organization associating leading participants in the wind market.
We are pleased to support the promotion of offshore and onshore wind energy, especially in the context of our core competences.
Ambiens has joined the Pomeranian Platform for the Development of Offshore Wind Energy in the Baltic Sea. It is an initiative bringing together the local government, employers and entrepreneurs cooperating for the development of the industry. As a practitioner and participant of the wind sector for several years, we support key initiatives.
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.
We have signed a memorandum of understanding with Offshore Wind Consultants to cooperate on offshore wind developments in Poland. OWC is a specialist consultancy that helps develop and deliver offshore wind projects and investments for developers and investors in all global markets.