OWC establishes office in Poland


OWC continues its international expansion with the establishment of a Polish office in support of offshore wind developments in the Baltic Sea.

 Lukasz Sikorski has been appointed manager of the office.

Offshore wind is growing fast globally and the recent sudden drop in oil prices has fuelled interest in offshore renewables further. Earlier this year the Polish government handed in the offshore wind act that outlines more than 10GW of capacity to be awarded by 2028 into parliament. We want to support the Polish wind industry and create jobs locally by doing so.”

Wilhelm Sander, director of OWC.

OWC also has plnas for establishing offices in Tokyo and Seoul to serve the rapidly growing offshore wind markets in Japan and South Korea.

OWC has named experienced offshore wind specialist Lukasz Sikorski to head up their new office in Warsaw, Poland. He has 13 years of experience with work in offshore infrastructure with DNV GL as well as positions as site and project manager with Iberdrola.

Sikorski is a civil engineer with a master’s degree in engineering, and a master’s degree in business administration.

Lukasz has been involved with a great variety of wind project development work, including construction and operation, feasibility studies and technical reviews of wind farms, due diligence, projects financing and risk evaluations. He is a great asset to any wind farm developer in the Baltic Sea.”

Wilhelm Sander, director of OWC.
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