Equinor and also Polenergia have actually chosen Hitachi Power to provide electric systems facilities for the MFW Bałtyk II and also MFW Bałtyk III overseas wind tasks in Poland.
Under the granted agreement, Hitachi Power will certainly be accountable for the electric system layout for the entire overseas wind ranch, from the wind generators to the factor of link to the grid at the Słupsk-Wierzbięcino substation, Poland.
The agreement covers system research evaluation and also the assimilation of all appropriate tools of interfacing service providers to ensure that the general wind ranches are developed with a secure, cost-optimal, and also steady transmission system that is certified with the Polish Grid Code needs, Equinor stated.
” We are getting the ‘heart’ of the system for transmission and also improvement of power from overseas wind ranches. This is just one of one of the most essential agreements of our Bałtyk tasks”, stated Michał Michalski, head of state of the Administration Board of Polenergia.
Additionally, Hitachi Power is additionally in charge of the distribution of the general power control system, general telecommunications network, and also all high voltage tools at the overseas substation and also the onshore substation, along with complete distribution of the entire onshore substation.
The agreement additionally covers user interface operate at the grid link in Slupsk.
With an incorporated capability of 1,440 MW, MFW Bałtyk II and also MFW Bałtyk III are 2 of the biggest and also most sophisticated overseas wind ranches being established in Poland, Equinor stated.
The tasks, which will certainly include Siemens Gamesa 14 MW wind generators, were granted Agreements for Distinction (CfDs) in May 2021 by Poland’s Power Regulatory Workplace (ERO).
Found in the Baltic Sea around 27 kilometres and also 40 kilometres from the port of Łeba, the wind ranches are a considerable component of the very first stage of Polish overseas wind sector growth system with an overall capability of 5,900 MW.
The last financial investment choice for both tasks goes through getting the required licenses and also is prepared for 2024 with the very first power provided to the grid in 2027.
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