Mostostal Warszawa is strengthening its activity on the RES market. – We have a technology that will benefit the Polish renewable energy sector, says Jorge Calabuig Ferre, the company’s vice-president.
Mostostal Warszawa wants to offer investors developing offshore wind farm projects in Poland an innovative solution for the foundation of wind farms, integrated with the assembly and transport of turbines.
The proposal is based on concrete GBS (Gravity Based Structure) technology with the use of floating docks, which enables integrated transport of the complete set, i.e. the foundation with the turbine, from the installation port directly to the final destination at sea. The technology allows for the production of a complete installation on land, and thus for a more efficient, faster, safer, more environmentally friendly and only possible using domestic potential wind farm construction.
In addition to the technological offer, Mostostal Warszawa’s plans include the production of the necessary structural elements.
Our offer is a comprehensive solution. Using domestic potential we want to build a factory for wind turbine foundations. However, in order to proceed to the investment stage we need appropriate conditions to develop the country’s offshore potential using the offshore wind farm construction plans,” says Mostostal’s vice-president.
Among other things, we need an installation port, a wharf and an onshore part, adjusted to this investment. The location of the factory will depend on where the offshore terminal will be built. If it is built, it will be a workplace for at least 500 people and the investment costs will exceed PLN 100 million.