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Bladt, Semco preferred suppliers for Baltic Power

A consortium consisting of Bladt Industries and Semco Maritime has been selected as suppliers of two substations for 980MW Baltic Power off the Polish coast.

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Upon completion of the Baltic Power project in 2026, two substations from Bladt Industries and Semco Maritime will ensure supply of power to more than 1.5 million households, the two companies inform in a joint press release.

The two substations will be constructed and established between 2022 and 2025 at the 980MW offshore wind site 23 kilometers off the coast of Łeba og Choczewo. The Baltic Power project will consist of 70 turbines, each with capacity of 14MW.

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