Media Energy Webinar: Ready for offshore wind in Poland, Romania and Bulgaria?

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CMS has been at the forefront of offshore wind developments in Europe, Asia, USA for the last 20 years. Benefitting from our long-standing expertise, we invite you to join our online event featuring CMS energy experts as they present the latest developments and key trends, and share their expectations for the future of the offshore wind market in CEE.

The dynamics of this market’s development have been accelerating significantly. Poland’s first Offshore Wind Act entered into force on 17 February, paving the way for the country to develop the largest market for offshore wind in the Baltic Sea. Romania is finalising its first Offshore Wind Law, offering support schemes for investors and tapping into the potential of the Black Sea, while Bulgaria is planning 16 GW new offshore wind capacity by 2050 and a reform of the regulatory framework to accommodate the flow of investments. It is more important than ever now that investors recognise new opportunities to speed up the adoption of offshore wind projects “Sea to Sea”.

Join this webinar to hear about the offshore wind environment, encompassing emerging legal and regulatory frameworks, consenting, offshore location licensing/leasing, CFD schemes, financing, existing and planned projects, including an overview of the M&A landscape, as well as the opportunities and issues that are coming up for local players, renewable energy developers, investors and lenders.

Speakers during the event will include:
• Munir Hassan, partner and Head of the CMS Energy & Climate Change Group
• Piotr Ciołkowski, partner at Energy and Projects, CMS Poland
• Varinia Radu, partner and Head of Energy, Projects and Construction, CMS Romania
• Kostadin Sirleshtov, managing partner and CEE Head of Energy, Projects and Construction, CMS Bulgaria

The session runs for 60 minutes, including a Q&A, and will be in English. Participation is free.

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