ENMARO Pondera Consult

Pondera Consult and ENMARO Eye Wind Opportunities Offshore Poland

The Netherlands’ Pondera Consult and ENMARO (Energy Market Observer sp. z o.o.) have signed an agreement to jointly source, define, and target potential offshore wind project opportunities in Poland, leveraging their combined products and services as a consortium.

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Source: ENMARO via LinkedIn

The agreement was signed in Świnoujście, Poland, during the Polish Wind Energy Association (PWEA) Conference by Andrzej Wołczyk, Vice-Chairman of ENMARO, and Egbert Jansen, Team Lead Owner’s Engineering of Pondera Consult.

Poland has significant potential for offshore wind development, with the government aiming for 10.9 GW of capacity by 2027 and an ambitious target of 18 GW by the end of the decade.

Headquartered in Gdynia, Poland, ENMARO is an engineering and business consulting company providing advice at every stage of offshore project development.

The firm specializes in feasibility studies, conceptual design, permitting, environmental and financial assessments, development of implementation schedules, market analysis of potential contractors and suppliers and their selection, client representation or manning during the construction and installation process, moving to operation and maintenance, and decommissioning strategies.

We specialize in engineering, consulting, modeling, and support of strategic investment decisions. Our team has extensive knowledge and hands-on experience in the whole OWF value chain. I firmly believe that our cooperation with Pondera will add value to the offshore wind industry in Poland,” Wołczyk commented.

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When it comes to Pondera Consult, the company has been involved in all parts of offshore and onshore wind project development, from feasibility studies to construction, management, and operation.

The Dutch company also supports governments in site selection, Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), permitting, and grid operators in onshore and offshore grid development, e.g. in EIAs and permitting, technical support, and owner’s engineering.

“We are globally active and experienced in working with different cultures, with specific experience in Europe and Southeast Asia. We are intimately familiar with the technical, financial, legal, and management challenges that investors face. The signing of the agreement and joining of forces is a great start to help Poland pursue its offshore wind ambitions,” said Jansen.


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