Windar to Produce Towers for 20 MW Offshore Wind Turbines in Poland

Windar Renovables has obtained the final approval for its new manufacturing facility in Poland as the Spanish company and Szczecin Port Authority today (16 January) ratified the concession agreement for the port site where the facility will be built.

Windar Renovables via LinkedIn (16 January 2024)

The new offshore wind turbine tower factory was announced in February 2022, when Windar said it decided to invest EUR 80 million to build the facility to serve the emerging offshore wind industry in the Baltic Sea.

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Two years ago, Windar said the factory would be producing 100 towers per year for offshore wind turbines with an output of between 14 MW and 16 MW.

In a social media post on 16 January, the company said the XXL offshore wind tower manufacturing facility was designed to support the new generation turbines that have a single unit capacity of 20 MW.

The new facility will create 450 direct jobs and “will be a wealth source for the area with the development of local suppliers”, Windar says.

The Spanish company has been involved in numerous offshore wind projects so far, many of them being in cooperation with its compatriot foundation manufacturer Navantia.

Earlier this month, Windar Renovables started delivering the transition pieces for the foundations that will be installed at the UK’s 1.4 GW East Anglia Three offshore wind farm.


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