Mostostal Warszawa plans to build a factory for PLN 100 million. He indicates Gdynia as the location, where an offshore installation terminal is likely to be built, but points out that the solution can also be adapted in other maritime hubs.
Jorge Calabuig Ferre, vice president of the company, assures that the company has technology that will benefit the Polish renewable energy sector. They propose a farm foundation solution integrated with the assembly and transport of the turbine, which concerns the use of concrete GBS (Gravity Based Structure) technology with the use of floating docks. Thanks to this, it will be possible to integrate transport of the complete set – i.e. the foundation with the turbine – from the installation port to the destination at sea. The technology allows for the production of a complete installation on land.
As Jorge Calabuig Ferre says, the company needs an installation port dedicated to this type of technology, as well as a wharf and an onshore part. adapted for this investment. The Ministry of Climate and Environment proposes that the installation terminal be built in the port of Gdynia, but the port of Gdansk is also seeking to locate it on its territory.
The location of the Mostostal Warszawa factory will depend on the location of the offshore terminal. Its construction is also conditioned by obtaining a binding declaration from entities that will build wind farms, guaranteeing the purchase of products from the company’s factory.