ATHENS, Greece — Parkwind and Intrakat formed an official partnership to jointly develop offshore wind opportunities in Greek waters, according to a recent news release.
Greece-based Intrakat Group, having significantly enhanced its activity in renewable energy within 2021, currently has a portfolio with total capacity of more than 1 GW. Additionally, Intrakat Group has expanded its activity to the electricity storage stations with the development of nine licenses.
Parkwind is an independent green energy company that develops, finances and operates offshore wind farms. With four wind farms under operational management in the Belgian North Sea and a fifth being installed in Germany, Parkwind will soon have more than 1 GW of capacity under its management.
This agreement comes in scope of Parkwind’s international expansion strategy and an increased call for significantly more offshore wind development throughout Europe.
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Earlier this week, Parkwind awarded Semco Maritime a service contract for the Arcadis Ost 1 wind park in the Baltic Sea, northeast of the German island of Rügen. And in early June, DEME Offshore installed the first XXL monopile at Parkwind’s Arcadis Ost 1 wind farm.
In April, Greece’s New Democracy government picked five offshore areas and one land area for hydrocarbon exploration, with the intention to speed weaning off Russian energy that accounts for up to 40% of gas needs.