Power and renewables

DNV GL supports agreement negotiations for the offshore wind farms in the Baltic Sea

PGE Baltica

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Marek Roszak
Marek Roszak

Head of Department Energy Poland and CEE

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Kamil Mathews
Kamil Mathews

Energy Analyst, Project Development and Analytics

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Key benefits:

  • The partnership agreement will establish exchange of know-how and set out:
    • scope of cooperation in the implementation of projects at the stage of development, construction, operation and maintenance of Baltica 3 and Baltica 2 offshore wind farms;
    • principles of the joint project team consisting of representatives of both companies and division of the competences thereof;
    • framework of the transaction of the sales of 50% of shares in the two companies: Baltica-3 Wind Power Plant (EWB3) and Baltica-2 Wind Power Plant (EWB2).

The customer
PGE Baltica is a subsidiary of PGE Capital Group – the largest power producer and DNO in Poland. The company was established in 2019 and is responsible for the offshore program, coordinating development of three wind farms in the Polish part of the Baltic Sea with total capacity up to 3.5 GW.

https://www.gkpge.pl/pge-baltica-en/offshore-program

The challenge
Currently PGE Baltica is negotiating a set of partnership agreements with one of Europe’s biggest renewable energy companies  where the aspects of financing, competence, construction and operation of OWF have to be settled.

DNV GL’s contribution
DNV GL will support PGE Baltica in the negotiation process providing consultancy on technical aspects of the agreements. The relevant documents will be reviewed and opinionated. DNV GL will also provide a workshop for the Client improving their comprehension in this area.


Benefits
The Client will gain a better position in the negotiation process and will increase their knowledge on contracting within OWF development, construction and operation phases.

Services

DNV GL will act as an advisor to evaluate, review and structure the agreement documentation including aspects such as:

  • the service development agreement (SDA); 
  • the development expenditures plan (DEVEX);
  • the construction management agreement (CMA);
  • the operation and maintenance agreement (OMA).

Contact us:

Marek Roszak
Marek Roszak

Head of Department Energy Poland and CEE

Send email
Kamil Mathews
Kamil Mathews

Energy Analyst, Project Development and Analytics

Send email