Botnica, fot. Port w Tallinie

Port w Tallinie rozważa budowę statku na potrzeby morskiej energetyki wiatrowej

TS Shipping, a subsidiary of the port in Tallinn, has invited tenders to create technical documentation for a prospective CSOV unit to service offshore wind farms. Although the final decision on ship construction is pending, the vessel is expected to be modern, energy-efficient, and capable of working in harsh conditions. Tallinn’s port is investing in infrastructure to facilitate the development of marine wind farms in Estonia, including a new wharf in Paldiski which will accommodate wind farm servicing vessels and transport wind turbine parts.