Tian Shou delivers wind blades to Poland
One of the largest wind blade deliveries recently arrived at one of the largest container terminals in the Baltic area. The multipurpose vessel, Tian Shou arrived at the Baltic Container Terminal earlier this month loaded with 66 Vestas wind turbine blades.
The project cargo s destined for delivery to three separate wind farms in Poland, namely, Nowy Tomyśl, Dębnica Kaszubska, Biały Bór. Tian Shou is the 78th vessel with wind turbine components, that has been handled by BCT since the beginning of 2021. The project cargo is being handled for Morska Agencja Gdynia, BCT said in a brief statement through its social media channels. According to Tian Shou’s AIS data, it loaded the wind turbine blades at the Chinese port of Dafeng before departing to Poland on September 21.
Vestas has secured a 40 MW order for the Nowy Tomysl project in 2020. Located in Kuslin in western Poland, the project will consist of 12 V126-3.45 MW wind turbines in 3.3 MW operating mode combined with 137 metre towers, maximising power production while at the same time offering competitive levelised cost of energy.
The Dębnica Kaszubska is being developed by the Spanish renewable energy group Ibereolica. The €22 million project will consist of six turbines of total capacity of 20.7 MW. Ibereolica is also behind the Biały Bór project, a 145 MW wind farm with 42 turbines and a price tag of €149 million.