The Impact Mitigation Strategy of the Baltic Offshore Grid (BOG) offers suggestions for guidelines and objectives for environmental impact assessment in the scope of strategic assessment, indications of good practices for environmental procedures, and a dialogue with stakeholders for infrastructure investment projects within the BOG.
FNEZ on behalf of Baltic InteGrid consortium submitted Recommendations to the ENTSO-E’ Ten Year Network Development Plan 2018. The Recommendations were submitted within the consultation stage of the ENTSO-E’ Ten Year Network Development Plan 2018 and are based on the findings from the Baltic InteGrid project.
It summarises the results of extensive PreFeasibility Studies performed for 2 cases – an electrical connection between Poland, Sweden and Lithuania integrated with planned offshore wind farms in these countries and an analogical connection between Sweden, Germany.
The results include analysis of technical, spatial and environmental conditions as well as cost-benefit analysis of zero, partial and maximum integration of offshore wind farms with interconnectors.
Objective of the project, actions in the project, results of the project, partners and associated organisations.
The document constitutes an assumption of the project Baltic InteGrid – Integrated Baltic Offshore Wind Electricity Grid Development, planned actions and results.
The State of Play Report was prepared as part of the Seed Money Facility project “Integrated Baltic Offshore Wind Electricity Grid Development (Baltic InteGrid)”. The aim of this initiative is to develop a full scale project (main project) proposal which will be submitted to one of the EU funding programs. Goal of such project will be to prepare a feasibility study for a Baltic offshore grid integrated with offshore wind farm (OWF) projects.