ZMPSiŚ focuses on ecology and energy security
Advanced works on the expansion and modernization of technical infrastructure are underway in the ports of Szczecin and Świnoujście. As part of the investment, particular emphasis was placed on reducing harmful emissions of pollutants to the environment and energy security of ports.
In the port of Świnoujście, the Szczecin and Świnoujście Seaports Authority has just handed over the construction site to JAMP Spółka z o.o. from Wrocław, which will provide a 15 kV power connection to supply the GSZ transformer station Ferry Terminal with GPZ Świnoport at ul. Dworcowa in Świnoujście. This action is ahead of the big pro-ecological project of the port management entitled: "Expansion and modernization of technical infrastructure in the ports of Szczecin and Świnoujście" (POiIŚ 3.2-11). The connection will be ready at the end of May. Its cost exceeds 382 thousand. PLN gross.
"Expansion and modernization of technical infrastructure in the ports of Szczecin and Świnoujście" is an investment covering: water supply networks, sanitary sewage system, rainwater sewage system, power supply, teletechnical networks, fire water network and land drainage system. The works carried out will organize and supplement the technical infrastructure in all areas of the port of Szczecin and Świnoujście. This will ensure optimization of the use of energy carriers, improvement of the environmental protection situation and adjustment, including compliance with applicable standards and regulations. The works are carried out in such a way that the ports can continue to function during the construction works.
The purpose of investments in electricity infrastructure is to increase the reliability of electricity supply, thus reducing the risk of resignation from the organization of reloading. It will also reduce the risk of breakdowns and downtime. The functionality of the Ferry Terminal in Świnoujście will increase because the investment will enable the supply of electricity to ferries from the land network (instead of aggregates), which will further reduce environmental pollution, especially in terms of the emission of harmful sulfur and nitrogen compounds and noise.