Polish Gov’t Authorises Lloyd’s Register for Offshore Wind Farm Certification

The Polish Ministry of Infrastructure has authorised Lloyd’s Register to conduct certification of offshore wind farms in accordance with the requirements introduced by the ministry in 2022.

This authorisation follows the signing of the Polish Offshore Wind Sector Deal, one of whose signatories is also Lloyd’s Register.

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The sector deal constitutes a permanent platform for cooperation between government administration and local government bodies, current and future investors and operators of offshore wind farms in Poland, as well as representatives of the supply and service chain, scientific and research units, and financial and insurance institutions, to achieve the agreement’s objective.

Poland has several offshore wind projects under development and awarded multiple new offshore sites to developers at the beginning of this year.


Wojciech Zwierzynski, Managing Director of Lloyd’s Register Polska Marine said: “Lloyd’s Register has a proud history in Poland dating back to the opening of our office in Gdansk in 1956. As a newly authorised offshore wind farm certifier in Poland, we look forward to supporting our clients in the region as trusted advisers in the offshore wind sector”.


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