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KGHM participates in the agreement for development of offshore wind energy in Poland

KGHM participates in the agreement for development of offshore wind energy in Poland

Thursday, 16 September, 2021
Ministers, business representatives and local governments for clean energy - a Sectoral Agreement for the development of offshore wind energy in Poland was signed at the Ministry of Climate and Environment. KGHM is one of the signatories of this prestigious document.

The signing ceremony was attended by Andrzej Kensbok, Vice President of the Management Board of KGHM for Finance.

"Offshore wind energy in our country opens up many opportunities. KGHM wants to be a leader in energy transformation and is already planning projects related to wind energy, the use of hydrogen or SMR technologies. The agreement gives us an additional impulse to act and will increase the competitiveness of Polish economy", said Andrzej Kensbok.

The agreement assumes that the signatories of the document will closely cooperate on offshore wind energy development in Poland. They consider this technology to be economically competitive and a key element in Poland's economic transformation. New investments under the agreement will create jobs, support national and local entrepreneurs in manufacturing or service industries.

KGHM presented its business plans related to transformation and "clean energy" during the Economic Forum in Karpacz. President of the copper giant, Marcin Chludziński, announced, among others, that by 2030 the company would have 50% of its energy from its own sources. All thanks to activities relating to small nuclear reactors or wind energy.

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