RWE receives permit for Polish offshore wind

Pending RWE's final investment decision, construction of a 350MW wind farm in Poland could commence as early as 2024.

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RWE Renewables' offshore projects have tailwind at the moment.

Last week, the German utility won its tender bid for offshore wind project Thor in Denmark, and RWE reaches another milestone with the environmental permit for Polish offshore project F.E.W. Baltic II, the company informs in a press release.

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