Orlen, Poland’s leading oil company, announced its intention to begin constructing an offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea by early 2024. The company’s CEO, Daniel Obajtek, confirmed that they have acquired five new concessions in the Baltic Sea, expected to produce a total of 5.2 GW. A final confirmation on these concessions is awaited. Orlen is concurrently implementing the Baltic Power project and building an installation port in Świnoujście. Their previously awarded concession for the construction of offshore wind farms, totalling a maximum power of 1.2 GW, covers approximately 131 km2 area, located about 23 km north of the Baltic Sea coastline. In exploiting this concession, Orlen collaborates with the Canadian company, Northland Power.