Polska Grupa Energetyczna (PGE), Enea and Tauron Polska Energia have signed a conditional agreement for the sale of shares in project companies that will apply for new permits for the construction of artificial islands for wind farms in the Baltic Sea. The companies are to apply for a total of four locations.
“Enea, Tauron and PGE today conclude a conditional agreement in project companies that will implement investments in the Baltic Sea. It is a conditional agreement, we have already applied for the consent of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection, ”said PGE President Wojciech Dąbrowski during the ceremony.
As part of the transaction, PGE is selling the shares that will be taken over by Enea and Tauron.
“This is a significant step in our efforts to build a new green power system, an important step towards climate neutrality,” commented Paweł Szczeszek, President of Tauron.
“We are undergoing a transformation. The energy mix is to be completely different, coal will be put aside. This gives us a chance for Polish companies to build offshore wind farms “- added Artur Michałowski, acting CEO of Tauron.
As part of the cooperation, the companies will apply for permits for a total of four locations. For this purpose, shares in four special purpose vehicles are to be sold.