Northland Power is “very interested” in participating in more offshore wind farm projects in the Baltic Sea, and is also looking at onshore wind and photovoltaic projects, Northland Power CEO Mike Crawley announced.
“We are very interested in participating in more offshore wind farm projects in the Baltic Sea, our cooperation with Orlen on the Baltic Power project is going well, and we are also following the development of other projects by other operators.” – Crowley told reporters during the announcement of the final investment decision for the Baltic Power project.
He also assured that he is “fully confident” that the Baltic Power project will be completed on schedule and within budget. The 1.2 GW, approximately PLN 20 billion investment, in which Northland Power has a 49% stake, is expected to be completed in 2026.
“We are also looking at investment opportunities in onshore wind and photovoltaic projects in the Polish market, they are also of great interest to us,” Crowley added.
Northland Power, ranked among the world’s top 10 offshore wind companies, is a Canadian developer, owner and operator of offshore wind power plants operating in Europe, as well as projects currently underway in Asia. The company’s installed offshore wind power capacity is nearly 1.2 GW, and consists of three farms located in Europe in the North Sea: Gemini (600 MW), Nordsee One (332 MW) and Deutsche Bucht (252 MW).